The Kubota DM1017 Disc Mower may be the smallest in its series, but it still brings a dominant 5’ 6” working width. The DM1017 is easy to lift and transport, and even avoids obstacles through spring loaded breakaway. Three bladed, counter rotating discs provide you with a constant cut, ensuring your hay production and mowing operations go off without a hitch. With a minimum 36 PTO horsepower required to operate the DM1017, you’re going to find it easy to get the results you’re searching for.
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When an obstacle is encountered, the DM1000 series swings backwards to protect the cutterbar; by reversing, the mower is reset into working position.
Fast Lift on Headlands
The mower is easily lifted via a hydraulic cylinder without activating the tractor’s 3-point linkage. This causes less wear on the tractor and the machine, as the PTO stays in the same position, minimizing vibrations in the transmission.
Vertical Transport Position
When in transport, the mowers are folded to a vertical position well behind the tractor. The center of gravity is close to the tractor, which ensures excellent weight distribution and transport stability.
Counter-Rotating Three-Bladed Discs
With three blades per disc Kubota mowers are constantly cutting. This means a third less load per blade; an even load on the drive; smoother power usage; and produces an even, cleanly cut stubble.