CID Piston Motor Swing Boom Cutter 17-30 GPM. (Case Drain Required) Designed for cutting banks, fence lines, and right of ways. This cutter has a significant reach advantage over our typical cutter.
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Piston Motor Swing Boom Cutter 17-30 GPM from CID Attachments
Our Piston Motor Swing Boom Cutter is a great implement to add to your collection. It is designed for cutting banks, right of ways, and fence lines. The cutter also works great for clearing pond banks and cutting trails. This cutter has a significant reach advantage over our typical cutter.
With a reach of 96” when extended horizontally and a vertical reach of sixteen feet, it makes clearing unwanted tree limbs less of a hassle. The cutter will also swing to the right and can be used as a side cutter. It is powered by a direct drive piston motor with a bearing housing with a 4000 Max PSI. A flow of 17-27 gpm is required. We also carry a swing boom cutter with a flow of 14-20 GPM that can be viewed here.
The one year warranty does not cover the blades and hoses.
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