You are looking to recreate your garden. But the grass is so growing that your lawn mower can’t meet. Don’t worry, there is the Lawn Mower Trimmer Head that gives your lawn mowers that extra power! Unlike common trimmer head, our lawn mower trimmer head comes with chain structure which is much more flexible compared to that nylon cable. It will give any lawn mower extra sharpness to cut through even the tallest and thickest grass and shrubbery effortlessly. Save time and energy! Buy it now!
Lawn Mower Trimmer Head Chain Brush cutter for Garden Grass Brush Cutter Tools Parts
Features: Power Chain Cutter,useful for Brush Lawn Garden Grass Trimmer This type of chain is the head of a medium-sized gas-powered lawn mower. Suitable for M10 X 1.25LH gear box.
Specifications: Size: 13 X 11.5 X 7 cm/5.12 X 4.53 X 2.76"
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Brush Mower vs. Lawn Mower: What’s the Difference?
If you’re looking out at your property and wondering how to manage overgrown grass, high weeds, brush, and other herbaceous nuisances, you may have considered whether you need a regular lawn mower or a brush mower. But how to choose? There is obviously a big difference in cost between the two machines, so it makes sense to get all the facts before you decide which to invest in. And here at DR, we know a thing or two about brush mowing!
What’s the difference? Brush mowers are, to put it simply, a bigger, beefier, more powerful version of a traditional gas-powered walk-behind lawn mower. They operate using the same principles. Both are rotary mowers that use a combustion engine to turn a blade which slices through grass, weeds, and anything else in its path. Both are operated in much the same way, with the user using the handles to guide and propel the machine forward (except, of course, for tow-behind brush mowers).
The differences lie in the power of the engine, the heft of the blade, the ruggedness of the frame, and the available controls. While traditional lawn mowers generally have engines with 2 to 6 HP, brush mowers will have between 10 and 20 HP. (Although note that not all engines are rated in terms of horsepower; some are rated for their foot-pounds of torque (ft-lbs.) or their engine displacement (cubic centimeters, or ccs).) The extra power in a brush mower turns an extra-heavy blade and propels a much heavier and more rugged frame, allowing it to cut more intense weeds and brush.
What can they cut? A lawn mower is designed to cut through grass, plain and simple. They can usually handle about 4″ of grass height, and really struggle in wet grass. The engine bogs down, the bagger needs to be emptied more often, and the wheels sink into soggy ground. For well-maintained lawn areas, though, where the grass is mowed every week or two, a lawn mower is usually the best choice.
A brush mower, on the other hand, is a beast of a machine. Not only can they cut grass as high as 6 feet high, but they chomp through weeds as high as 8 feet, and saplings as thick as 3 inches in diameter.