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Ride on brush cutters

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Just wondering what ride on brush cutters people use.

 

The etesia Attila seems the only one that jumps out on google,  and I have no doubt that it’s pretty good, but you have to pay a lot for it.

i would prefer rotary.

thanks

 

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Sherpa AS940 is an alternative, not much it won't cut. There's a remote control version to so you can get off it in brambles. 

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I have liked the idea of getting one for years and was looking at the 4x4 etesia. Still havnt been able to find the demand to make it worth wile.

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Depends on the terrain.
I have an Irus Deltrak with a heavy duty 105cm flail. It can be fitted with back-to-back flails for grass or hammer flails for brambles and woody vegetation.
Being remote control means that the operator is never in harms way. It will operate on slopes up to 60 degrees and can be up to 300m away from the operator.

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Various companies sell the old version of the Etesia, such as Iseki and Orec. But they're all largely the same. I believe the Sherpas to be the best but I've only ever used an Etesia 98

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