A True Riding Brush Mower
The RM982 by Orec, also known as The Brush Rover, will make brush clearing fun and easy! With two flail blades on either end of the center blade and a rock-solid spindle, you can take down woody material, tall grass, and thick brush. You’ll get that Go-Cart driving feeling as you take down brush, and you take that brush down quickly, easily, and with little physical strain.
Let’s go clear some brush with the Orec RM982 Brush Rover!
What makes the Brush Rover different from other riding lawn mowers?
Many professionals attempt to cut brush using an ordinary riding lawn mower. As they quickly learn, these riding lawn mowers are not designed for rough use. As a consequence for taking on hearty brush and thick, tall grass, ordinary mowers easily receive belt brakes and damage to its spindle. Our engineers know how tough brush cutting can be on outdoor power equipment, and have therefore added extra reinforcement and minimize damage to our riding brush mower through innovation in its design. In addition, the Brush Rover’s low center of gravity and locking differential feature makes this riding brush mower easy to operate, even when tackling slopes.
- Hydro-Static Drive (HST)
- Vanguard 21 hp commercial engine
- Differential Lock
Engine Type: Vanguard V-twin (gas)
Displacement: 627 cc
Horsepower: 21 hp
Fuel Tank Capacity: 5 gallons
Cutting Width: 38.4 in.
Cutting Height: 2 – 5 in. (variable)
Cutting System: Rotary Flail
Transmission: OREC original HST variable speed
Max speed: 0-7.4 mph (forward), 0-4.9 mph (reverse)
Length: 78 in.
Width: 42 in.
Height: 63 in. (with ROPS up)
Weight: 727 lbs (with ROPS)