Make the Cut

The new Turf Teq 1305BC Brush Cutter features a 13 hp Honda engine and is self-propelled with a fully hydrostatic forward/reverse transmission. It offers a variable-angle cutting head, pivoting deck with adjustable cutting height and infinitely variable operating speed. All controls are located at the operator handlebars. The model 1305BC also features a multiuse tractor with quick-attach that can be converted to operate a Power Edger, Power Broom or Power Rake.

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Go Hog Wild

Fecon’s all-new Bull Hog mulchers for skid steers feature a new HDT (heavy-duty tooling) rotor system. They offer low fuel consumption, low maintenance and two new push bar options. Rounded skid shoes help reduce material buildup on the ground. Four tool options include single carbide, double carbide, chipper knives and stone teeth.

The mulcher is available in three models. The BH62SS has 24 tools and offers a 50-inch cut; the BH74SS has 30 tools and a 60-inch cut; and the BH85SS with 70-inch cut has 36 tools. All are compatible with carriers that provide 27 to 45 GPM.

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Compact Chipper

Morbark has introduced the compact 30 NCL Chiparvestor disc chipper. Eliminating the cab, loader and feed bed from Morbark’s RXL model results in a lighter, easy-to-transport chipper. Smaller landings can be used, allowing the 30 NCL to maneuver into tighter areas. With larger feed and throat openings, the chipper offers power choices up to 1,000 hp and an 83-inch disc with three or four knives.

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It’s Electrifying

Terex has developed a new plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) system. It allows the aerial lift to be operated without running the engine, providing fuel savings, low emissions and quiet operation. Self-contained and capable of working on almost any stock chassis, it won’t increase engine load. The entire system functions independently and does not interface with the transmission or truck chassis. The Absorbent Glass Mat battery recharges in eight hours with a standard 110-volt, 20-amp outlet. The system recharges in 20 to 30 minutes with the engine running. Continuous run time with batteries is six to eight hours.

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