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VHD Delta-Wing Very Heavy Duty Mower Slashers

The VHD Delta-Wing Very Heavy Duty Mower Slashers from Gason has been designed to clear fire breaks in forests, slashing under power line easements, scrubby paddocks, orchards or road and rail verges.

Mower Slasher for tasks requiring narrow road transport width and maximum cutting width
  • Industrial strength driveline components, deck construction and wear points
  • Easy to service parts
  • Free floating wings that follow ground contours for road side slashing
  • Mowing or slashing blades provide a clean cut for airfields, pasture and orchard requirements
  • Capable of handling regrowth
Complimenting options available
  • Front mounted height adjustable rollers for side discharge option
  • Twin front mounted dual castor wheel assemblies for orchard models
  • Dual mulching blades
The VHD Delta-Wing Very Heavy Duty Mower Slashers has front and rear debris chains, spring suspensions and optional mulch discharge sides for orchard operation.
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