Rut Mfg’s Heavy-Duty Excavator Brush Mower
While most excavator mowers can manage a day’s work, Rut Manufacturing has designed our excavator brush cutter to minimize everyday workloads to maximize productivity. Your time is money, so why waste it? With the excavator brush mower by your side, you’ll be able to mow down any thick brush, shrubs, and other unwanted vegetation with ease.
Our excavator brush mower is so powerful, efficient, and durable because of its 5/8″ AR400 blades. These incredibly sharp blades slice through growth quickly and effectively, leaving nothing behind. You’ll never have to go back and redo your work with our heavy duty brush mower.
If you manage residential areas or personal property, the brush mower is the perfect attachment to help maintain ponds, ditches, hillsides, and any narrow or elevated terrain. You can round tight corners, narrow pathways, and other rugged landscapes with ease. Plus, because our brush mower can cut up to 2″ diameter material, you can remove dense brush in half the time. We design our attachments with two things in mind – longevity, and efficiency. That’s why we manufacture the excavator brush mower and all our excavation attachments locally. By crafting our products locally, we can guarantee their effectiveness and durability.
In addition to its AR400 blades, we construct our excavator mowers with a 3/16″ thick deck and a direct drive for additional protection and efficiency.
We understand that a brush mower excavator is a significant investment. That’s why we design each cutter to last.
Excavator Brush Mower Product Specs and Pricing
We realize every excavator model is different, which is why we manufacture two different sizes of our brush mower.
36” Brush Mower Attachment
- 5,000 -10,000 lbs
- 10 – 25 GPM
42” Brush Mower Attachment
- 8,000 -14,000 lbs
- 10 – 25 GPM
Where to Use the Excavator Brush Mower
When it comes to your workload, the excavator brush mower is ideal for various job sites and clearings. However, every industry is different. If you’d like to know the best locations to use our brush mower excavator attachment, we recommend the following:
Nothing is more irritating than overgrown trails. Whether it’s hiking, horseback riding, or a hunting trail, all of these trails can become unruly over time. During the off-season, or lack of use, plenty of unwanted vegetation appears – but that’s where the brush mower comes in. The excavator brush mower’s straightforward design can fit into tight spaces and clear away brush and undergrowth with ease, so these trails are far easier to manage.
Steep or uneven hillsides can be a hassle to maintain, considering how quickly vegetation grows in these areas. Hillsides are even more complex to care for if the ground is soft or unstable, which means your machine will sink or struggle to handle the tough brush. Luckily, our excavator brush mower allows you to reach these awkward areas from the stable ground so your excavator won’t sink and hillsides won’t become overgrown.
Ponds and lakes can become unruly during the spring and summer. Leaving those unkempt areas around ponds, riversides, and lakes aren’t wise for many reasons. Maintaining brush around bodies of water is better for wildlife prevents pests from making a home, and keeps debris from building up in your water. The brush mower is designed to keep these areas well maintained and safe.
Ditches might be an eyesore, but they are necessary. An excavator brush mower is ideal for preventing flooding and stopping the buildup of debris because it’s designed to easily mow and maintain any ditch, no matter how steep the sides.
Get to Know the Excavator Brush Mower and Other Brush Cutter Attachments
Before you buy a brush mower attachment, it’s good to have all the facts. We understand that this is a substantial investment, which is why we’ve put together a list of our favorite resources about the excavator brush mower and other heavy-duty brush mower attachments. Now you can learn more about our excavator attachments before investing.
Our resources take a closer look at our products like the brush mower, mini-excavator brush cutter, and other brush cutter attachments. Plus, we address critical questions like how much is a brush mower for sale, what to look for when shopping for an excavator attachment, and other frequently asked questions about skid steers and excavators.
Vegetation, tall grasses, and shrubs are no match for Rut’s excavator brush mower attachments. If you want to become more familiar with this attachment, and similar products, take a moment to review some of our must-have excavators and brush mower resources:
- 4 Uses for Excavator Brush Mowers
- Should I buy a Compact Excavator?
- Tips for Maintaining Your Land
- Tips for Mowing Hilly Land
- The 3 Best Excavator Attachments for Maintaining Farmland
- 6 Excavator Attachments that Get the Job Done
- 5 Tips for Buying a Used Excavator
- Best 3 Excavator Attachments
- How to Prolong Your Excavator’s Life
Our Promise to You
Our goal is to create products that serve you on various projects, job sites, and industries at Rut. Not all jobs are the same, but with every project, we can guarantee that you’ll never worry about the quality, durability, and reliability of your machine. Unlike other brush mower manufacturers, all of our excavator brush mowers and heavy-duty equipment are manufactured within the USA, in Denton, North Carolina. We provide our customers with the handcrafted, high-quality equipment they deserve by manufacturing our products. If you’re searching for the best brush mowers for excavators, look no further. Rut Mfg has everything you need, from must-have skid steer attachments to excavator attachments.
All of our excavator attachments, whether it’s mowers, cutter, or additional equipment, can handle anything you throw their way. If you’d like to learn more from us, instead of searching the internet for answers, or excavator attachments near me, fill out the form below. If you’d prefer, give us a call directly. You won’t be dealing with extreme wait times or bouncing from one customer service rep to another. Give us a call at 336-859-0328, or shoot us an email. We’re always happy to answer your questions.