Farmer-Helper 53" Flail Mower 3Pt. Cat.I w/PTO, 3 Point Requires a Tractor. Not a standalone Unit.
- Comes with Reversible “Y” Blades with precise blade overlap
- 3-point connection has 2 right offset positions
- Standard 3-Pt Category I Hitch Mount
- PTO Driveline Included Free of Charge
- Shear Bolt PTO Shaft for Standard 1-3/8” 6-Spline PTO
Details: The EF Series (Light Duty)Flail Mower is an option if you are looking for a better finished cut than with the brush mower. The EF Series is a Weed and Grass Field Mower. Provides a smooth and better finish than a brush mower but not quite the finish of a rotary mower. This model is great for small acreage of 10 or less. Flail Mowers are useful for jobs where you are cutting grass on uneven ground, high grass, weeds, brush, and small saplings. A flail mower doesn’t throw grass, instead it cuts finely and leaves the cuttings on the ground where it was cut making it an excellent choice for those places where you could cause damage by throwing debris. Highway mowing and park maintenance often use flail mowers because they are less likely to throw objects during cutting. Overall Width: The EF 135 has a overall width of 60″. Cutting Width: The EF 135 has a tilling width of 53″. Weight: The EF 135 has a weight 465 lbs. HP Requirements at PTO: The EF 135 requires 22 - 45 PTO horsepower. Cutting Height: The EF series has a 0" - 6" Adjustable to meet various height requirements Housing Material Thickness: The EF series has a housing of 4mm thick. Blade Type: The EF series uses standard reversible Y-blades. The Y-blades weigh 5.6 oz. Number of Blades: The EF 135 uses 48 Y-blades. Precision Blade Overlap: On the EF series the blades are staggered precisely with no gap in the mowing area. Blade overlap is important to achieve an even cutting result. Hinged Rear Gate: This allows for easy inspection, cleaning, blade changing, and maintenance of your machine. The rear gate can also be left open for easier discharge in heavy conditions, or you can close the gate to greater mulching. Rotor Rotation - Reverse: The rotor spins in the opposite direction as the wheels of the tractor when traveling forward. This allows the blades to shear the material as it is folded forward by the mowers. The material is then thrown up and over the rotor.