Ammbusher recently expanded their attachment line with the introduction of the DL-72” heavy-duty brush cutter.
The new 2013, DL-72” and the DL-66” (since 2006), are both equipped with a newly designed “American Made” spindle. The “USA” built motor is a direct drive and bi-directional design.
The DL Series rotary cutters were built to handle extreme brush conditions. A reinforced front push bar enables the operator to push over trees and cut brush up to 6” in diameter. As you cut, the front chained intake door lifts and allows the tree to enter the blade area. The 1” steel X-blade carrier allows the cutter to mulch and cut at the same time. The 2,100lb machine was designed to fit larger skid loaders. Both will handle 22 to 45 gpm (with motor changes) and are used in the forestry, right-of-way and land clearing service worldwide.
“The DL Series is the next level up from the Ammbusher standard-duty cutters,” says Jenny Awad, VP of Sales & Marketing. “We are proud to say that Ammbusher designed and built the first brush cutter of its kind in 1992 and strives to keep American’s working,” she adds.
For more information or a dealer near you call 800-432-5955 or visit www.ammbusher.com.