Bradco Ground Shark GSS72 Standard Duty Brush Cutter
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72 inch width. Bradco’s Ground Shark Standard-Duty Brush Cutter is designed for skid steers with 15-25 GPM hydraulic flow and 1,400 lb. lift capacity. It will clear light to medium density brush and hardwoods up to 4″ in diameter. The entirely new drive train runs smooth and quiet while moving easily to clear the toughest material.
Standard duty Ground Shark brush cutters are engineered to handle the toughest vegetation management jobs. They are ideal for roadside maintenance, right of way clearing, site preparation, fire control, fence line and trail maintenance.
Ground Shark features replaceable skid shoes, 1/4″ steel deck that is designed to clear easily and safety chains covering the discharge area. Optional equipment includes dual steel caster wheels mounted under the deck and a pressure gauge to help the operator prevent stalling.
Ground Shark Features & Specs
- Dual Pressure Reliefs On The Hydraulic Motor Allow For Bi-Directional Operation And Protects Against Pressure Spikes That Could Damage The Drive System.
- If The Situation Requires, The Cutting Blades Will Stop Rotating Within Seconds Once The Motor Is Disengaged To Maximize Operator & Worksite Safety, Minimizing The Potential Of Damage To The Machine & Overall Drive System.
- .25” Thick Steel Deck Design
- Replaceable Skid Shoes
- An Optional Pressure Gauge Is Easily Visible To The Operator And Helps Prevent Excessive Stalling And Overheating
- Bi-Directional Forged Steel Blades Allow Operator To Cut In Both Directions Extending Operational Life And Reducing Maintenance Costs
- Optional Dual Wheel Kits Are Available That Mount To The Underside Of The Front Deck To Keep The Blades Off The Ground And Prevent Scalping
Ground Shark represents the second generation of the Bradco Brush Cutter lineup. Design improvements include a completely redesigned drive train for improved performance, efficiency and reliability. Dual pressure relief valves on the hydraulic motor protect against pressure spikes that could damage the drive train. The new blade disc carries three bi-directional blades that move easily through the toughest material.