All new from the ground up, the Billy Goat SC181H Next Gen Hydro-Drive Sod Cutter is built with a newly designed superstructure frame featuring 50 more pounds of steel, supporting a robust new drive-and-cut system. The machine’s new heavy-duty gear box and cutting system include oversized sealed bearings, tight shaft-mounted eccentrics and a new one-inch lateral stability bar. The SC181H features variable speed fingertip control in both forward and reverse, similar to the Billy Goat hydro-drive overseeder and brushcutter. “Set and Forget” blade depth adjustment allows users to adjust depth to 2.5 inches with a single lever from the operator station.
The Predator-Pro and ProCat mowers now feature the all-new 61-inch DuraDeck XF cutting deck. The mower is ¾-inch deeper, allowing for more airflow and better dispersal of clippings. The airflow and enhanced baffle system are designed to improve the vacuum and lift of the grass, providing an even better quality of cut.
Classen’s PRO HTS20 Hydro-Drive Overseeder features tight blade placement, providing 13 seed rows in a 20-inch swath for a thicker, carpet-like coverage. The unit’s double-edge double-blade reel spaces the blades a narrow 1.5 inches apart to provide greater than 15 percent more rows of seed than competitive units, according to the OEM. Depth can be set in any of 10 settings from 0 inches to 1.625 inches, to attain the proper depth for the seed. This allows for better seed placement to refresh existing turf, establish new grass or tackle a weedy lawn.
The new Honda HRC216K3HDA lawn mower allows the user to save time by starting the engine while standing behind the mower and the flywheel brake safety system stops the engine and blades when the user lets go of the brake lever on the handle. The fuel efficient Honda GXV160 commercial engine offers precision speed control and maintains consistent speed across all mowing conditions. The mower’s hydrostatic transmission includes a heavy-duty automotive style shaft drive that eliminates the belt. The exclusive Honda MicroCut Twin Blade System offers four cutting surfaces to produce finer clippings, and the mower can be adjusted to eight different heights suitable to all types of grass and mowing conditions.
Iron & Oak’s BHVH2616GXT torsion axle log splitter features an independent torsion axle for smoother towing. The splitter has a 26-ton splitting force and comes standard with a Honda GX270 engine and log dislodger. Cycle time is 12 seconds. Other key features include a 25-inch log opening, 6-inch heavy-duty formed steel beam, 6-inch high carbon steel wedge and a 4.5-inch x 24-inch clevis cylinder for ultimate durability.
Little Wonder’s BRC-26 Hydro Brush Cutter features a hydrostatic drive with clutchless variable operating speeds — as fast as 4.2 miles per hour driving forward and 1.7 miles per hour in reverse — which makes it easy to adapt to changing worksite conditions. The brush cutter tackles a variety of vegetation including weeds, heavy brush and dense vegetation, clearing about an acre of brush per hour. The BRC-26 effectively handles heavy, thick brush and trees up to 2 inches thick and 5 feet high. It features solid rods to connect the transmission, park brake and blade clutch, eliminating the risk of branches getting tangled in and breaking cables.
The Beever M18R Track adds 400mm rubber tracks, with 4.84 PSI ground pressure and low-speed and high-speed travel ranges of 1.0 MPH and 1.8 MPH, to its popular M18R chipper.
The Steiner 450 tractor uses an articulating frame, giving it a tight turning radius of only 43.5 inches. The frame also oscillates, keeping the operator upright and in control even on the most uneven terrains. Steiner’s Quick-Hitch System facilitates quick switching between more than 20 attachments. Customers can choose from three engine options: a Kubota 25-horsepower, liquid-cooled diesel; a Kubota 32-horsepower, liquid-cooled gasoline; or a 37-horsepower Vanguard EFI air-cooled gasoline engine. A new, stacked gear pump design increases durability, hydraulic performance and efficiency. It also offers increased oil cooler capacity and reduced drive system pressure.
Powered by a Honda GX270 engine, the Toro log splitter has a 22-ton cutting force. Featuring a 12-second cycle time, the 9-inch solid steel wedge is designed for a rapid and clean cut. The GX270 features a dual wheel jack to assist in maneuverability over difficult terrain. Additionally, the unit can be operated horizontally or vertically for greater flexibility, and an intuitive control lever simplifies operation.
The TurfEx TT5000 Spread-N-Spray is driven by a 7-horsepower Subaru EX210 engine with electric start and a 0.95-gallon fuel tank. Its heavy-duty Peerless transmission has two forward gears, neutral and reverse, with a top operating speed of 5 mph. A hand-operated transmission disc brake and foot-controlled sulky band brake allow smooth, confident operation of the unit, and the machine’s low center of gravity further increases the safety of the TT5000. An integrated 17-gallon tank system has a single rapid-fill port for easy filling, and a balanced design for enhanced stability.
The Yardmax power wheelbarrow is designed to safely and efficiently transport dirt, cement, stones and other heavy loads. Each power barrow incorporates all-terrain maneuverability and stability, using zero turn radius to pivot without damaging the ground or work surface. The compact power wheelbarrow has a load capacity of 660 pounds and offers traction and stability needed to move heavy loads across rugged, uneven, muddy and wet landscapes.
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