Spearhead recently launched a new generation of its Multicut rotary mowers.
The offering is made up of two models. The biggest upgrade has been made to the rotor gearbox. The major components have been beefed up by up to 30%, with horsepower rating also climbing from 111hp to 165hp. The gearbox is fitted with double-lip seals and a reinforced seal protector for further safeguarding, and now comes with a five-year warranty.
The new series has strengthened rear axles. Walking axles are now standard on both machines. The wheels are offset and pivoted, so they can roll with the contour of the ground. Spearhead claims the lift system has also been improved, with the removal of linkages. Each wheel arm now has individual lift, so changing height is faster and easier.
The centre deck of the Multicut 470 and 630 mowers is now completely flat, which makes cleaning and maintenance easier.
The wings now fold over the centre to place more weight in the middle of the machine, reducing the risk of toppling around corners.
The skid shoes are now interchangeable and one size fits all positions.
It also features the Starcut blade system as standard. Spearhead explain that this delivers more chops per rotation, a faster forward speed and lower fuel consumption