Tractor-mounted mower MULTICUT 460
for airport

tractor-mounted mower
tractor-mounted mower
tractor-mounted mower
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tractor-mounted mower
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Characteristics

Mounting
tractor-mounted
Applications
for airport

Description

The Multicut 460 has an award winning heritage of reliability and performance that sets it apart from the competition — Whilst initially built for agriculture, it is just as likely to be seen in an airport or on a military training field where the reliability and cutting performance excel. Mounting is simple with a trailing drawbar that can be set in low or high position dependant on tractor specification, and optional hitch types available to satisfy requirements from standard pintle to K80. The machine is ultimately built to perform and comes standard with eight tough wheels, a robust heavy gauge fully seam welded deck, and high horsepower gearboxes to ensure trouble free operation. Delivering more driveline power than previously, the Multicut 460 comes complete with high specification 165hp rotor gearboxes designed for the most demanding of work environments certified with Spearhead’s extended 7 year gearbox warranty. Machine weight*:2440kg / 5379lbs Hitch:Multi-positional drawbar Cutting width:4.60m / 15′ 1″ Working machine width:4.79m / 15′ 9″ Transport machine width:2.70m / 8′ 10″ Maximum working length:4.91m / 16′ 1″ Transport length:4.84m / 15′ 11″ Deck height**:0.23m / 9″ Transport height:2.17m / 7′ 2″ Cutting height:25mm – 400mm (1″ – 16″) Cutting capacity:100mm / 4″ Wing working angles:45° up / 15° down Recommended tractor HP:70hp / 52kW Power take-off speed:1000rpm (540rpm optional) Gearbox [splitter]:Cast Iron housing Gearbox [rotor (x3:Cast Iron housing Input shaft:1-3/8″ Z21 or Z6 SFT 6/8 tractor end

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