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New flex wing cutters added to Bush Hog line

The company rolls out 2215 and 4815 machines for the market.

July 24, 2016

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One of Bush Hog’s latest introductions into the Company’s product offering is the model 2215 15’ Flex-Wing rotary cutter. The model 2215 is designed to cut weeds, grasses and brush up to 3 1/2” in diameter. The 2215 is recommended for use in pasture maintenance, crop shredding, and roadside maintenance.

The 2215 is a great choice for farmers who operate tractors in the 60 and up horsepower range. This unit is loaded with performance enhancing features and the model 2215 rotary cutter from Bush Hog is built to deliver customer satisfaction. Bush Hog’s EZ lube drivelines are quick and easy to service. All grease fittings on the PTO CV drivelines and wing drivelines align for quick location of grease points.

The Bush Hog 2215 flex-wing mower has a wide range of uses from pasture maintenance to road side management.

Each axle arm on the center and wings has a spring cushion to absorb the shock loads near the wheels. The 2215 model cutter offers wing free float from 22-degrees down to 25-degrees up without moving the hydraulic cylinder rod to help preserve cylinder life. Optional distribution baffles spread grass and cornstalks to eliminate windrows. With the long list of features detailed above, it is easy to see how the 2215 is a value-filled offering for any discerning Flex-Wing customer.

4815 offered too

Those we didn't have a photo, Bush Hog is also launching the 4185 Flex Wing Cutter. The 15-foot machine is designed to cut weeds, grasses and brush up to 4-1/2-inches in diameter (you read that right). This machine is built for the tough jobs, in fact, Bush Hog calls it the Extreme Heavy Duty 4815. It has a smooth top deck for easy cleaning, the machine has been beefed up in a number of areas for more durable performance. Learn about both of these machines by visiting bushhog.com.

 

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