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BC-3000

The new patented BC-3000 brush handling attachment makes those painful labor intensive tasks like clearing trees, handling brush, or even cleaning up after a storm--Fun!

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Brush Crusher™

The new patented BC-3000 brush handling attachment makes those painful labor intensive tasks like clearing trees, handling brush, or even cleaning up after a storm--Fun! The BC-3000 model is the smallest of the Brush Crusher™ family, and it is designed to fit on the Westendorf TA-55 loader or tractor loaders in the 10-25 HP range. Complete list of non- Westendorf loader fits in column to the right.

 

 

The Westendorf advantage:

  • No additional hydrualics or cylinders required, which saves money. The claws open and close off the bucket cylinder action.
  • More lift power by keeping the load closer to the tractor.
  • No bucket allows the ability to lift more payload, yet crushes with power.
  • Allows for clear sightlines so you can see what you are grabbing.
  • The implement is gentle and precise allowing you to grab objects firmly without crushing them in the process.
  • At only 140 lbs. the BC-4000 provides more lift power, stability, and better visibility than a bucket. The added lift power comes from the ability of the Brush Crusher™ to hold the load closer to the the tractor.


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Customer Testimonials

Before I purchased a set of Brush Crushers for my John Deere 740 loader I knew they were going to get a serious workout. Over 75% of my 80+ acres are wooded and some logs are 18 feet long!  After some practice I can finesse those claws pretty good and do some delicate work like moving around attachments for my Super C in and out of storage.  Most of the work is moving logs and stumps and an occasional actual brush pile.  I also used it to clean up some scrap iron around the farm. Those Brush Crushers are the Cat's Meow.

Greg Lessord - Spencerport, NY