Bush Hog Squealers are a line of rotary cutters that can be connected to tractors with 10 to 70 power takeoff horsepower. There are five models in the line that have cutting widths that range between 3.5 feet and 7 feet. Each model comes standard with a five-year limited warranty on the gearbox, EZ clean deck and a pan type blade carrier. All of the models are compatible with a quick hitch.
The SQ142 Squealer has a cutting width of 3 feet 6 inches and a cutting capacity of 1 inch in diameter. The model is capable of cutting heights ranging between 2 and 12 inches. The unit weighs 397 lbs. and has a horsepower range of 10 to 25 horsepower. The blade tip speed is 11,400 feet per minute and the blade is 0.375-by-3 inch uplift. The blade holder is straight and the driveline is 0.5-by-3 inches with a grade 2 shearbolt.
The SQ149 Squealer has a weight of 455 lbs. and a horsepower range of 15 to 30 in terms of power takeoff. The blade is a 0.375-by-3 inch uplift in an oval type holder with a tip speed of 13,029 feet per minute. The driveline is 0.5-by-3 inches with a grade 2 shearbolt. The cutting height ranges between 2 and 12 inches. The cutting capacity is 1 inch in diameter and the cutting width is 4 feet.
The SQ160 has a cutting width of 5 feet and a 2-inch diameter cutting capacity. The model is capable of cutting items 2 to 12 inches in height. The driveline protection is 8-by-45 mm with a 8.8 metric gauge shearbolt and an optional slip clutch. The blade is a 0.5-by-4 inch uplift in an oval holder which functions at 14,335 feet per minute. The horsepower range is 25 to 40 and the unit weighs 636 lbs.
The SQ172 weighs 764 lbs. and functions between 30 and 45 horsepower. The blade 0.5-by-4 inch uplift blade has a speed of 14,963 feet per minute in an oval blade holder. The driveline protection is 10-by-55 mm with a 8.85 metric gauge shearbolt and an optional slip clutch. The cutting height is 2 to 12 inches and is capable of cutting items 2 inches in diameter within a 6-foot cutting width.
The SQ184 driveline is a standard clip clutch. The model has a horsepower range of 50 to 70 and a weight of 1,024 lbs. The model has a cutting capacity is 2 inches, cutting height of 2 to 12 inches and a cutting width of 7 feet. The blade holder is an oval type which houses a 0.5-by-4 inch uplift blade which functions at 14, 963 feet per minute.
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