Lightweight mini-trencher designed for ease of operation, maneuverability and versatility. Easily loaded, unloaded and operated by one person. With a wide variety of uses; such as burying cables or pipes, pruning roots, removing stumps, installing invisible dog fences, sprinkler systems, edging, and defining landscape beds.
||200cc Honda GX
|Max. Trench Width
||Up to 20 ft/min
||Double Belt and Pulley System
||Steel w/ pneumatic tires
|• Rotors are fully enclosed for safety
|• Low profile for maximum stability
|• Standard clay hood reduces soil build up
|• Minimum turf damage
|• Clutch level cuts power to rotor for safety
|• Remove one nut to change rotors
Clay Rotors (2 or 3 Point)
Used for burying wires, cable or edging (plastic, steel or other materials). The 3 Point rotor is also used for installing sprinkler systems.
Uses different sized rotors to dig 3", 4" or 5" deep and slopes 6" to 8" back into bed. The 3" is designed for bed defining and the 4" and 5" are designed for installing steel or plastic edging, bricks, paving stones or other edging materials.
Rain Drain Rotor
Used to bury 4" drain line in order to divert water from cutter downspouts away from the house. Can also be used for installing block or brick edging.
Used for redefining beds. Trenches 3" deep and slopes into the bed 3". Designed as BedMaster alternative for exising beds. Costs less, digs faster and requires less clean up.
Used for areas of heavy, scattered rock conditions. Requires 4 replaceable tungsten carbide rock points for operation (sold separately). Trenches 1-1/2" wide by 4", 5" or 7" deep.
Used to remove small stumps up to 3-1/2" below the ground surface and no higher than 6" above the ground. May also be used for removing large surface roots.
Root Pruner Rotor
Used for pruning roots close to sidewalks, driveways, cart paths or other paved areas, preventing concrete damage. Also used for installing electronic dog fencing, and burying irrigation control wires or lines for low voltage lighting.
Used to repare the bed for concrete curbing machine. It digs a 2" deep by 9" wide trench.