Gasoline Bruch Cutter TP445441
Gasoline Bruch Cutter TP445441 using the Cutting heads include circular saw blades (chisel tooth or scratcher tooth), brush knives, grass blades, etc. Most Brushcutters also allow other heads to be fitted, including bump feed and fixed line heads such as those used on line trimmers or modified saw blades such as a beaver blade which resembles a chainsaw. Deflectors are attached on the cutting side of the machine to prevent injury to the operator from debris thrown by the cutting head. Handles vary on brush cutters depending on weight and size of the unit. Larger, more powerful saws employ bike handles (two handlebars on either side of the shaft), and smaller units use a D-shaped handle mounted on the shaft. Heavier saws usually require harnesses for safety and reduced fatigue. The shaft on units requiring a harness has multiple slots for the harness to attach for balance of the entire unit.
1pcs cutting blade
2pcs debris shields
1pcs oil bottle
1pcs carrying bag
2pcs hex keys
1: Durable two stroke engine with a powerful driving force
2: Quick and easy starting, less pull force required for starting
3: Comfortable switch handle for a prompt start and stop
4: Detachable shaft for easy transport and storage
5: Combination metal shield for better protection
6: Heavy duty clutch for tough work & large diameter cuttings
7: Optimised shaft and sturdy gear system for longer tool life.