RCF20 Series Rotary Cutters

RCF2060 & RCF2072 Series Rotary Cutters

RCF20 Series Rotary Cutters

Available Models

RCF2060, RCF2072


The RCF20 Series features a smooth top for easier cleaning and a floating top link for following ground undulations in grass, weeds, and light brush up to 2"  in diameter. The RCF20 is ideal for rural acreage or farm grass maintenance. The 60" or 72" cutting widths are compatible with the more maneuverable 20 to 65 horsepower tractors with 540 RPM PTO speed. These cutters have a Category I 3-Point hitch that are Quick Hitch adaptable. The standard ASAE Category III driveline is offered with either shear bolt or slip-clutch protection and the tailwheel is offered laminated or solid rubber.

Features and Benefits

Surpassed rugged industry standards All Land Pride Cutters have been designed and tested and meet rigorous voluntary testing procedures specified by ANSI.
5 Year gearbox warranty Shows our confidence in the gearbox integrity.
Gearbox Seal Protection Gearbox bottom seal protection for longer bearing life.
Cat. 3 driveline with shear-bolt Option Shear-bolt offers maximum driveline protection.
Cat. 3 driveline with 2-plate slip-clutch Option Slip-clutch driveline offers convenience for continual work.
Dual position clevis type 3-Point floating top link Permits deck to follow the terrain for an even cut.
Lower clevis type 3-Point hitch Allows for ease of hook-up to tractor. Also adds additional strength allowing for an even pull from the tractor’s lower arms, vs. pulling on a single pin design.
Heavy 10 gauge deck & side skirt construction Can withstand more abuse than lighter gauge decks.
Box tubing deck supports Makes for a stronger rigid deck.
Fully welded deck Adds additional strength.
Extended cutter front For increased material flow and added protection.
Round back design Helps discharge grass better than enclosed or partially enclosed cutters.
Deck Height 9 11/16” Deck height on 60” and 11” deck height on 72” model Allows cutter to handle heavy cutting conditions.
1 1/2” to 12” Cutting height Provides for a wide range of cutting conditions.
Full length skid shoes Provides sidewall reinforcement and full protection to bottom of sidewall.
1/2” x 3” Heat-treated free swinging blades Free swinging protects from obstructions. Heat-treated offers longer life.
Splined blade bar hub Allows for tight positive fit of stump jumper and blade bar to gearbox output shaft.
10 Gauge stump jumper Standard round stump jumper slides over stumps, rocks and debris.
High blade tip speed Ensures clean cut.
15” Laminated tailwheel Laminated material is long lasting in rough conditions. Can’t go flat.
4” x 16” Solid rubber tailwheel Can’t go flat.
1 1/4” Heavy-duty spindle on tailwheel Tailwheels take a beating, spindle gives the strength to protect tailwheel assembly.
Optional Guarding Protect against flying debris. Customer can choose to include single chain or rubber guarding on the front and back. Rear Metal Band standard on the back.

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Operator's Manual

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Parts Manual

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Overall Unit and Driveline: One year Parts and Labor
Gearbox: 5 years Parts and Labor
Blades, tires and driveline friction discs: Considered wear items

See complete Warranty Statement below.

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Frequently Asked Questions About This Product

Why is by tailwheel/gauge wheel not pivoting properly?

The gauge wheel spindle tube could be locking up. Make sure that the spindle tube is grease at a minimum of every 24 hours of use. The gauge wheel hub needs to be greased every 8 hours of use.

Why do I keep breaking my tail wheel yoke?

Grease tailwheel and yoke per manual instructions as it is likely becoming stuck.

Why did the shear bolt break on my driveline?

The shear bolt is in place to protect the gearbox from damage. The shear bolt is designed to shear when the blade impacts foreign objects that it is not designed to cut through. To avoid shear bolt failure, engage the PTO slowly at low engine RPM. Shear bolt should be replaced with Grade 2 bolt.

Why are my cutter blades locking up?

Ensure that your cutter is being engaged and disengaged at an idle speed. Check that the tractor has a hydraulic engage oil clutch. Blades may also need to be reshimmed. The mower blades need to be less than ¾” deflection.

Where should I set the front of the cutter in relation to the rear?

½” to 1” lower in the front.

When I start the cutter up it shakes and vibrates. How do I prevent this?

Start unit at idle and wait a moment to raise RPM.

What is causing my cutter to vibrate?

Your blades may need to be weighed, and checked for damage. The dishpan also needs to be checked for damage (from a forklift, stump, etc.)

What do I need to do if my cutting height is off or my deck is lower at the front than at the back?

You will need to raise or lower the tailwheel height. To lower the cutting height, adjust the tailwheel up. To raise the cutting height, adjust the tailwheel down.

What do I do if I break the shear bolt when I start the tractor?

Start your cutter with the tractor at idle and no load on cutter.

What could be causing my cutter to vibrate?
  • The cutting blades could be out of balance. Be sure to replace both cutting blades at the same time. Not replacing both blades could result in premature bearing damage or structural damage to gearbox or deck.
  • Dishpan could be out of balance. Check the integrity of the dishpan. Make sure it does not have any damage.
What caused the tailwheel support to fail?

Lowering the cutter to the ground too fast can cause the tailwheel support to fail. The rate of drop on some tractors can be adjusted. Backing up when the cutter is in a ditch can also cause the tailwheel support to fail.

What caused the driveline to bend or twist?

Either the slip clutch was never slipped, or a grade 5 or grade 8 bolt was used in place of the grade 2 bolt specified.

What are check chains?

Check chains are used when you want to return the mower down to the same height of cut every time.

The u-joint has come apart. Why?

If you have a Slip clutch driveline: Pre slip clutch per manual instructions.

If you have a Shear bolt driveline: Use grade 2 shear bolt.

My driveline will not slide or telescope?

Grease driveling profile also check to be sure the profiles are not bent.

How do I remove the blades on my cutter?

Rotate the dishpan until the blade bolt aligns with the access hole. The blade bolt is keyed so it will not rotate freely. You will need to unscrew the lock nut to remove cutting blades.

How do I drain the oil in the gearbox?

Remove the vent plug (if on top) and use a suction gun to pull the oil out. If the vent is on the side or back, the top cover can be removed and then the oil can be removed with the suction gun.

Product Literature

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