Little Wonder releases new brush cutter

April 29, 2016 -  By

Little Wonder released its new BRC-26 Hydro Brush Cutter. The BRC-26 features a hydrostatic drive with clutchless variable operating speeds—as fast as 4.2 mph driving forward and 1.7 mph in reverse.

“With our hydrostatic drive, operators adjust speed instantly for varying terrains without shifting gears,” said Bruno Quanquin, Little Wonder vice president of sales and marketing. “Also, we built in additional features for productivity, ease-of-use, durability and easy maintenance.”

The Little Wonder brush cutter is built to handle brush and trees up to 2-inches thick and 5-feet high.

This brush cutter includes a wraparound hand guard across the handlebars and front of the machine to shield the operator’s hands. In addition, five swinging 12-gauge steel deck plates line the front of the unit for better containment of debris.

Additional safety features include a speed limiter dial for operators to set the maximum speed for the conditions and a parking break for secured footing.

The BRC-26 is designed with steel construction and 1 1/2-inch wide and 1/4-inch thick 7-gauge plate steel skid shoes. It also features 16-inch foam-filled tires to prevent punctures from brush, nails, glass or other sharp items.

To reduce maintenance, Little Wonder bolts its brush cutter deck roof plate to the cutting deck for making easy-access adjustments, the company said. The tempered spring steel 26-inch cutting blade is sharpened on all sides and is reversible.

Operators can choose either a Honda GXV390 or 12.5-hp Briggs & Stratton Intek engine to power the brush cutter.

Little Wonder backs its Hydro Brush Cutter with a two-year commercial and rental warranty.

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