If you’re a grower, orchard keeper, smallholder or commercial landscaper needing to tame heavily overgrown areas too expansive for a conventional handheld brushcutter, this fast-working and easy-handling wheeled model from Oleo-Mac is the machine for you!
The self-propelled Oleo-Mac DEB 518 runs on a pair of extra-large-diameter drive-wheels, which not only make it easier to turn in long grass, but also enable a smooth, controlled run across the roughest terrain. The double front-wheel is mounted on a castor for turn-on-the-spot manoeuvrability.
The Oleo-Mac DEB 518 Self-Propelled Wheeled Brushcutter features a sizeable 190cc four-stroke Yamaha engine with a high-specification overhead-cam design that works to maximise torque-output and allows for higher engine-speeds. The OHC configuration also brings benefits in terms of economy, minimising the frequency of top-up stops and cutting your fuel expenses.
Highly productive across substantial grounds, the Oleo-Mac DEB 518 Self-Propelled Wheeled Brushcutter boasts an extra-wide 51cm rotary blade – that’s around twice the size of the brush-blades equipping handheld trimmers.
The side-discharge design of the Oleo-Mac DEB 518 Self-Propelled Wheeled Brushcutter means you won’t get vegetation tangled around your legs as you progress.
A steel cutter deck confers the sort of durability that’s essential for a machine built for heavy-duty work; while four-step working-height adjustment – controlled from the handlebar – ensures you’ll be able to adapt to a variety of vegetation-types.