A MOWER FOR TOUGH JOBS
Built for skid steers and excavators, Cyclone Rotary Mowers deliver the toughness and reliability you've come to expect from Eterra. These powerful mowers are designed and built to provide operators the ability to clear trees, brush, and other heavy vegetation with ease. A heavy duty two-blade carrier system ensures maximum tip speed and minimal energy loss, making this attachment operator friendly and ready to conquer the harshest materials.
GET TO KNOW THE CYCLONE
Cyclone Rotary Mowers feature direct spindle drive hubs and the option of either a gear drive or radial piston motor. The lightweight design includes a strong T1 grain-controlled steel diamond shaped blade carrier and two heavy 9 lb flail blades. Removable debris shields are included.
UNDER THE HOOD
The Cyclone 48" Rotary Mower is powered by a USA-made Permco gear drive motor or a radial piston motor and a spindle drive hub, achieving cutter shaft rotation speed of 1300-1500 RPMs. The diamond shaped blade carrier decreases bog down and two 9 lb blades provide cutting capacity up to 6". Hydraulic flow requirement of 15-40 GPM @ 3000 PSI.
DESIGNED FOR STRENGTH
The construction design utilizes fewer pieces of A572 Grade 50 high strength steel, formed and welded together to a form that is impressively stout and looks beautiful, yet is lightweight enough to be used on a wide range of machines. AR500 Skid Shoes protect the frame as it glides over the ground.
Cyclone 48" Rotary Brush Mower Attachment Reviews
I purchased this rotary brush mower in 2019 for use on our Caterpillar 305CR Excavator. This has been an outstanding product the durability and quality has stood up to our extreme use clearing land of trees and under brush from the hills of Tennessee and Rural Ohio. If your thinking about this cutter I would highly recommend it. The cutter has proven its self to us to be a valuable addition to our Excavator attachments. The sales department at Skid Steer Solutions were great to work with and took care of us getting our cutter shipped to Ohio.