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Swing Boom Cutter

Swing Boom Cutter

The swing boom cutter has 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 high torque motor with built in relief valve with a maximum supply pressure of 4,000 PSI. A flow of 14-20 GPM is required.

Our swing cutter is a unique attachment to have in your collection. It is designed for cutting banks, fence lines, and right of ways. It also works great for clearing pond banks and cutting trails. This cutter has a significant reach advantage over our typical cutter. The one year warranty does not cover the blades and hoses.

Swing Boom Cutter Specs

Reach advantage over our typical brush cutter.
Can be used as a side cutter.
high torque motor with built in relief valve.
Maxmium supply pressure of 4,000 PSI.
3″ x 16″ tilt cylinders.
5/8″ AR400 Blades.
44″ cut.
3″ cutting capacity.
Does not requires case drain.
Optional universal, 8 pin or 14 pin wiring harness are available.

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The majority of attachment products for sale come with a manufacturer represented warranty against manufacturing defects for at least a 12 month period after the date of sale. Expendable components and “wear parts” including but not limited to blades, knives, teeth, oil, chain sprockets, skid shoes, knife mounting discs, and similar components are usually excluded from manufacturer warranties. Items sold as “demo”, “return”, “resale”, “prototype”, or “closeout” are generally not covered by warranty.

 

 

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