KING KUTTERS PROFESSIONAL FLEX HITCH* ROTARY KUTTERS are the latest in Rotary Kutter innovation from King Kutter Inc. This rotary kutter features a Cat. 1 quick hitchable, flex hitch design, which is unlike any other on the market today. The unique hitch allows it to roll 15 Degrees up or down on the left or right side of the machine, which lets it follow the contours of your field like no rotary kutter before. Shown here with OPTIONAL front and rear chain guards. Another special features includes a sloped deck that sheds water and debris to prevent material from collecting on the deck. Whether mowing pastures, roadsides, parks, or easements, the King Kutter rotary kutter with Flex Hitch is the perfect kutter for you.
- Cutting Width: 48"
- Deck Thickness: 12 Ga.
- Hitch Category: Cat.1
Picture shows optional chain guards, that may be purchased separately.
SKU 6063025 Model L-48-40-P-FH Weight 580.0000 Color No Size No Width No In Store Only No Price $859.99
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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Pretty sure you meant to give it 5 stars rather than 1 star since you said it worked great for you and it's a "great cutter for a smaller machine"
(Posted on 7/11/2014)
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I purchased this rotary cutter for use in my overgrown pasture. I mounted it to a Kubota bx2730. I cut countless trees to 1.5 in diameter. I bought a bunch of shear pins figuring I'd use a couple. Not a one great cutter for a smaller machine
(Posted on 6/8/2014)
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Product QuestionsI'd love to know how long the cutter is from the front to back? With my 5 foot King Kutter finish mower and a FEL, I'm using all 16 ft of my trailer. This looks like it might be longer than the finish mower.prior question stated won't work behind a Ford 9N because it won't take out the tire tracks - what does this mean? Will it work behind an 8N?Chain guard that is pictured on a L-48-40-P-FH - what is number of one on front closest to trator hitch? It is pictures as a long L shaped bracket bolted on in several places but don't see it to order?