Bobcat Brush Saw

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Top Tasks

  • Cut firebreaks
  • Clear pastures and grasslands
  • Clean road and utility line right-of-ways.


How It Works

The counter clockwise blade of the brush saw moves at a speed up to 2985 ft./min. The cutting action of the brush saw cuts trees, brush and saplings just below ground level to minimize stumps.

The operator uses the loader steer and travel functions to swing the brush saw left and right, and to move forward into the material being cut. Materials cut away are discharged to the left and away from the loader and attachment.


  • High-Tensile Steel Blade: Built for maximum durability, the high-tensile steel blade has replaceable weld-on carbide-tipped teeth.
  • High Torque, Low Speed Motor: Increases the efficiency of the saw while decreasing the possibility of stalling during cutting action, decreasing downtime and creating fewer hassles on the job.
  • Manual 3-Position Boom Angle: View the attachment from up to three positions: center, or 12 degrees left or right. Choose the angle that provides the best cutting visibility.
  • Steel Deflector Shield: Protects and prevents the operator and loader from flying debris, minimizing harm and costly machine maintenance.
  • Special Applications Kit: Must be installed on the loader when operating the brush saw attachment. This kit includes a polycarbonate door and windows to protect the machine and operator from debris.


Model Brush Saw
Operating Weight 590 lb
Length 85 in
Width 48 in
Height 29.5 in
Number of Teeth 16
Tip Speed @ 22 gpm 3256 ft/min
Degree of Angle Right or Left 12°
Cutting Wheel Diameter 28.5 in
Max. Wheel Tip Speed 2,985 ft/min