Bobcat brush saw attachment

Intended for use on Bobcat compact loaders, the brush saw attachment is designed for quick removal of unwanted brush in landscape or municipal work and when controlling roadside vegetation or creating firebreaks in forestry.

The brush saw features a high-torque, low-speed motor and has a manually operated three-position boom angle and left-side discharge. The saw can be angled left or right by up to 12 degs and has 15 teeth on a 72cm-diameter cutting wheel. Maximum tip speed is 910m/min.

Approved for use on all Bobcat skid steer loaders, the brush saw can be supplied with a Special Applications Kit of steel deflector shields to protect the operator and loader from flying debris.



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