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FRM76

DECK MOWER / BRUSH HOG

The FRM76 Deck Mower adds to our lineup of skid steer-powered attachments. The FRM76 offers a full 72 working width and can run on skid steer power as low as 21gpm and up to 45 gpm. It does not require a case drain hydraulic connection and installation on any appropriately sized skid steer is plug-and-go. It offers either a cross or round disk blade carrier to match customer preference. The Fecon Deck Mower's bi-directional rotation allows for control of the discharge to the desired side and eliminates the need to "flip" the double sided rotary axe blades. The front chained intake door lifts to cut larger material and the smooth deck surface promotes minimal debris buildup. The robust construction of the FRM 76 includes the thickest wall components in the industry and replaceable AR400 steel skid shoes providing for optimum service life.

  • Full 72" cutting width
  • 15" Dual-sided rotary axe blades
  • Bi-directional direct drive gear motor
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Features

FRM76 Deck Mower Overview

  • Heavy duty forestry brush cutter
  • Low and High flow hydraulic set ups (21 to 45 gpm)
  • Replaceable AR400 steel skid shoes
  • Four 15" dual-sided rotary axe blades
  • Bi-directional direct drive gear motor
  • Reinforced front push bar
  • Front chained intake door lifts for larger material
  • Smooth deck surface; minimal debris build up
  • Housing offers excellent material containment for better sizing
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Specs

FRM76 Deck Mower Product Specifications

FRM76

Cutting Width 72”
Overall Width 86”
Overall Height 35”
Overall Length 86”
Cross Carrier Weight 2,100 lbs
Round Carrier Weight 2,400 lbs

Round Carrier

FRM76-A-21 21-26 gpm
FRM76-A-27 27-30 gpm
FRM76-A-31 31-35 gpm
FRM76-A-36 36-41 gpm

Cross Carrier

FRM76-21 21-26 gpm
FRM76-27 27-30 gpm
FRM76-31 31-35 gpm
FRM76-36 36-41 gpm
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Applications

  • Right of Way Clearing

    Selecting the compact tractor or the large mulching tractor for right-of-way clearing can be determined by first looking at the type of work to be done and the type of terrain most commonly found in the area you’re working. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.

  • Right of Way Clearing

    Selecting the compact tractor or the large mulching tractor can be determined by first looking at the type of work to be done and the type of terrain most commonly found in the area you’re working. Proper selection of attachments and undercarriage options can prove to be very profitable decisions for any type of right-of-way clearing machines.

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