JARRAFF UNVEILS NEW GEO-BOY BRUSH CUTTER
Better Roads Staff | December 29, 2009
ST. PETER, Minn. – The new, state-of-the-art Geo-Boy Brush Cutter from Jarraff Industries, St. Peter, Minn., features a unique design that allows it to operate in all types of conditions including remote access sites and challenging terrain. With the ability to lift the cutter head approximately 11 feet high, the Geo-Boy can quickly and effectively clear brush and trees up to 12 inches in diameter.
With two tier III engine options, 220 hp and 260 hp, the Geo-Boy is more powerful, maneuverable and fuel efficient than other brush cutters in its class. The low center of gravity provides a smoother ride and keeps the cutter head properly positioned in uneven territory. The new Geo-Boy also offers a number of safety features including, full Lexan, No Mar windows and a rearview camera.
The ergonomically designed cab is pressurized to keep dust and debris from entering the cab during operation. Heating and air conditioning are also standard, providing a comfortable working environment.
The Geo-Boy is thoughtfully designed to allow for easy access and maintenance. In addition, the Geo-Boy includes onboard compressed air for removing dirt and debris as well as powering pneumatic tools.
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