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: 72"
- Deck Thickness: 12 Ga.
- Hitch Category: Cat.1
Picture shows optional chain guards, that may be purchased separately.
SKU 006063012 Model L-72-40-P6-FH Weight 710.0000 Color No Size No In Store Only No Price $1,099.99
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- Pretty good rotary cutter............ Review by Michael
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Okay I have not had this too long but I can give my impressions up front after puttind this cutter through the ringer on a tough 3-4 acre cut of heavy brush and wild grass. Not too difficult to hook up but it is really easy with two people for sure. I did not have to cut the drive shaft to fit my New Holland Workmaster 40. So that was a plus. Just a caveat here folks...........always when engaging the PTO do so at the lowest rpm on your tractor you can if you have a electric switch PTO like me. It will certainly weaken the shear bolt if you don't or snap it. If you have a clutch engaged PTO to be able to feather it then you won't have to worry so much. Now back to the cutter. It worked flawlessly. If you hit something solid it will shear the shear bolt to protect the gear box no questions asked. But that is what it is suppose to do. I would suggest keeping a good supply of shear bolts on hand. The flex system works to a degree but if you do go from a relatively flat section to a incline if you don't have a draft system the front of the cutter will dig in the ground. I don't have a draft control so when I approach a incline I have to manually draft. The only other thing I would suggest purchasing is the chain protector for keeping any object from flying toward the tractor or worse....you. The other issue I wish KK would have addressed is the sides of the cutter are thin in my opinion in regards to objects being hurled. It will leave some good dents in your cutter for sure. If KK would have only double plated the sides alone this would have been great to eliminate this. You can go behind them and do this if you have a welder and are handy. I do not have one so I am out of luck. Buy some gear box oil/grease too to keep on hand. Mine was a tad low upon arrival. The cutter did a great job overall with a few little issues of design and structure. I am sure if KK reads these reviews they will make provisions to improve it hopefully. Overall I am happy and if I get a good 7-10 years medium use from it I will have considered it a win. I would have given it 5 stars on quality if the sides had been reinforced but subtracted for an obvious oversight. Also value since the system needs the chain in my opinion and that is another $150 to the cost!!!! And that is only for the side toward the tractor. I think the smaller chain toward the wheel is another $100 almost. Those things should be std. in my book.
(Posted on 7/18/14)
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- From Swede4198 at 9/11/13 7:45 AM
- Q: What is the SKU or part numbers for the optional chains?
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- A: Hello,
Here is the Front Guard:
King Kutter Front Chain Guard for Rotary Kutter L72-40FH - 403974
And here is the rear guard:
King Kutter Rear Chain Guard for Rotary Kutter L72-40 - 403816
Hope this helps,
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- From Richard Brostrom at 5/20/14 5:16 AM
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