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SPECS SUMMARY

Overall Width74 in (1880 mm)
Cutting Width72 in (1829 mm)
Maximum Cutting Diameter3 in (76 mm)
Required HydraulicsStandard Flow
Cat® Brushcutters are used for clearing overgrowth from highway medians, utility easements and for initial land clearing for housing, parks and recreational areas.

Specifications

Overall Width74 in (1880 mm)
Cutting Width72 in (1829 mm)
Maximum Cutting Diameter3 in (76 mm)
Required HydraulicsStandard Flow
Overall Length85 in (2159 mm)
Overall Height20 in (518 mm)
Weight1100 lb (499 kg)
Required Hydraulic Flow57-80 L/min (15-21 gpm)
Optimal Hydraulic Pressure150-230 bar (2176-3340 psi)
Tip Speed (Depends On Flow)11,210 - 15,730 fpm
Motor Displacement8.5 in³/rev (140 cm³/rev)

Benefits and Features

Cat® Brushcutters are used for clearing overgrowth from highway medians, utility easements and for initial land clearing for housing, parks and recreational areas..

High strength blades deliver high cutting action, durability and also mulch overgrowth. Fully balanced blade carriers prevent unnecessary vibration. Tapered blade carrier allows cutter to ride up over stumps and rocks.

Long life motors deliver years of high-speed blade performance. Machined and heat treated gears in sealed gearbox provide reliable, durable transfer of torque from motor to blade carrier.

Motor protection guard shields motor and gear box from debris. Removing a set of bolts allows this hinged guard to be moved away for easy access to motor and gearbox.

Galvanized coil chains (7.9 mm [5/16 in] proof) provide debris guarding in the front and rear areas to restrict flying debris and material.

Heavy-duty skids allow easy movement of the brushcutter through uneven terrain while maintaining stability of the work tool and machine.