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Best Brush Cutter

Walk behind brush cutters, sometimes called rough cut mowers, are made for clearing overgrown land with little or no tree growth. Some of these cutters will tackle smaller diameter trees, but for the most part, they are in their element clearing overgrown grass, bushes and shrubbery. Although all of them are self propelled, using them is a heavy duty job and may not be right for some people. You don't want to invest in something like this and find out later that it is too much machine to handle.

The best machines will be rated for ease of use and effectiveness, with price and durabiltity being taken into consideration.

Swisher WB11524BS 11.5 HP 24" Walk Behind Rough Cut Trailcutter

Swisher WRC11524BS 11.5 HP 24" Walk Behind Rough Cut Trailcutter

Top rated and deserving so is the Swisher WRC11524BS 11.5 HP 24" Walk Behind Rough Cut Trailcutter. It is one of the least expensive brush cutters here yet it is one of the easiest and most effective machines to use. It cuts a 24-inch swath, will mow down 1 1/2-inch saplings and features an 11.5 horsepower Briggs engine. It features a 4-speed transmission, a reverse gear, and large pneumatic tires that will roll effectively over any kind of terrain.

Brush Beast Model 36BB 36 in. 22 HP Subaru V-twin (653 cc) Engine

Brush Beast Model 36BB 36 in. 22 HP Subaru V-twin (653 cc) Engine

With a name like this, you know that the Brush Beast Model 36BB 36 in. 22 HP Subaru V-twin (653 cc) Engine had to make this list. This is the most heavy-duty and expensive brush cutter here, and it is made to clear acres worth of land. This "beast" comes with an unbreakable 22 horsepower Subaru engine, it will cut through 4-inch diameter tree trunks and features dual-hydro control for ease of maneuver. The almost 5 gallon fuel tank will let you cut for hours, and it will clear one acre of land in 30 minutes.

DR Field and Brush Mower 12.5 HP Premier, Self-Propelled

The lightest and nimblest brush cutter on this list is the DR Field and Brush Mower 12.5 HP Premier, Self-Propelled. The manual starter saves on weight, it has three forward speeds and one reverse, yet it will cut 2-inch thick saplings with it's 12.5 horse Briggs engine. This brush cutter comes in at the most bang for the buck. It may sacrifice on some features, but if you have a smaller property that needs to be cleared, and you want a lightweight yet reliable cutter, this is the unit to have.

Ariens 24 in. Pro High Wheel Self-Propelled Gas Brush Cutter Mower

For superior brush cutting on landscape that has many uneven places, the Ariens 24 in. Pro High Wheel Self-Propelled Gas Brush Cutter Mower is going to be your best bet. The high wheels allow it to move easily over uneven landscape better than smaller wheeled cutters, and the variable speed belt drive will keep you moving in any speed range that you need. It features an 11.5 Briggs engine, it will cut down 1 1/2-inch thick saplings and it will cut a 24-inch swath.

Snapper Field and Brush Mower Model GM2516BS

Snapper Field and Brush Mower Model GM2516BS

From one of the leaders in lawn care equipment comes the Snapper Field and Brush Mower Model GM2516BS. This 16 horsepower Briggs engine has enough power to cut through 3-inch saplings, has a 25-inch cutting swath, has four speeds and instant reverse. Sealant filled pneumatic tires means it will roll over rough terrain and you won't have to worry about punctures, and the hydrostatic transmission gives you smooth power delivery over any surface.

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