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Photo courtesy of Ammbusher.

Ammbusher

Ammbusher rotary cutters are built to fit all brands of skid steer loaders with at least 13- to 25-gpm low-flow hydraulics and is available in 60- and 72-inch cutting widths. The DL66 and DL72 are direct-drive, heavy-duty brush cutters and are built to fit most brands of skid loaders standard and high flow.

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Bandit

Turn your skid-steer loader into a powerful Bandit forestry mulcher with the Model 60FM. It quickly attaches and is powered directly from the loader’s hydraulic systems. A 60-inch rotor is powered by a 110cc variable-speed motor that adjusts with the load — providing torque when encountering solid wood and speed when encountering brush. An anvil bar regulates the bite, increasing chipping action.

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Bradco

The Bradco Flail mower has been engineered to handle the toughest vegetation management jobs on hillsides, roadways, ditches, riverbanks, lakes and more. Designed for maximum performance and ease of use, operators can mow in both directions and control the direction of cut material. Available with multiple motors and mounts to fit 3- to 10-ton excavators.

Efco

Efco

From precision pruning to thinning of all tree types, the Efco PTX 2700 is reliable, durable and easy to operate. The PTX 2700 is equipped with an innovative and unique pruning head, which easily adjusts to work in five different positions, from 0 to 90 degrees, making it easier to get the right angle when cutting branches. Efco’s five-year consumer and two-year commercial warranty also back the PTX 2700.

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Photo courtesy of Fecon.

Fecon

Fecon’s RTF230 rubber tire mulching tractor, a four-wheel drive, four-wheel steer model, features a center mounted engine and hydraulic drive train giving the RTF230 a low center of gravity and even balance. Climbing slopes is made easy with the 230-hp engine and 75-gpm/6,000-psi hi-flow to the Bull Hog mulcher head or other hydraulic PTO attachments.

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Photo courtesy of Jarraff.

Jaraff

The Geo-Boy brush cutter from Jarraff Industries is ideally designed for land clearing and vegetation management, available in both wheeled and track configurations. The Geo-Boy has the ability to lift the cutter head approximately 11 feet and can quickly and effectively clear brush and trees up to 12 inches in diameter. With two Tier III-engine options — 220 hp and 260 hp — the Geo-Boy boasts power, maneuverability and fuel efficiency and both Geo-Boy models are ROPS and FOPS certified.

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Photo courtesy of Loftness.

Loftness

As part of its VMLogix line of products, the Loftness Carbide Cutter G3 is a high-performance mulching head attachment for skid steers. Incorporating the latest cutting-tooth technologies and power drive systems, the Carbide Cutter G3 maintains rugged reliability and is available with 51-, 61- and 71-inch cutting widths. All models are offered with a variety of carbide-tipped and heat-treated steel teeth to match any job application. The precisely engineered spiral tooth pattern on the rotor ensures continuous tooth contact with the material being cut.

Rayco

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Rayco

Rayco’s C160 forestry mulcher features a 160-hp diesel engine, large cab with side-entry door, extended mulcher lift height and a hi-track undercarriage. The C160 is ideal for those who want a powerful mulcher in a compact chassis, weighing less than 18,000 pounds with overall width of just 83 inches. It rides on a hi-track steel undercarriage with two-speed travel. The hi-track design promotes longer track life by reducing debris packing in the track chain and keeps the drive components out of the hi-impact areas.

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Ryans

The Wood Hunter has a staggered tooth pattern to bring material to the center of the drum. It also offers improved visibility, simple maintenance and reduced wear and tear on tracks or tires.

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Photo courtesy of Sneller Machines.

Sneller Machines

Grind up to six acres per day with Sneller Machines’ 275-hp (also available in 170h-hp) Stump Mill excavator attachment. This product can be used with no modifications to your current carrier and it is build without hydraulics to avoid limiting speed or functions. The Stump Mill features patented triple-sealed lower bearings along with a two-piece cutter wheel and carbide teeth design. It also comes with a redesigned remote control.

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Photo courtesy of Trac-Ax.

Trac-Ax

The Trac-Ax TX440 brush cutter is a rubber track carrier with a 60-inch cutting deck. It also features double-cutting life with a bidirectional hydraulic cutting system that allows the operator to use both sides of the six, double-sided hammer knives. A self-leveling operator platform provides ease of use and better visibility when removing brush on rough terrain and slopes that otherwise need hand cutting. It weights 4,280 pounds and can be transported with a midsize pickup truck.

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Photo courtesy of Turf Teq.

Turf Teq

The Turf Teq Model 1305BC brush cutter features a 13-hp Honda engine with a fully hydrostatic forward/reverse transmission. It also features an innovative Side Shift mowing deck, allowing the operator to cut under fences, trees and other difficult-to-mow areas. The deck also has an adjustable cutting height and the hydrostatic drive provides maximum productivity while operating in a variety of conditions. The 1305BC also features a multi-use tractor with quick attach that can be converted to operate a power edger, power broom, power rake or plow.