SC25 Series Skid Cutters

Available Models

SC2560, SC2572


Kubota by Land Pride: The SC25 Skid Cutters are ideal for clearing grass, weeds, and brush up to 2" diameter. They can be set to cut depths as low as 1.5" and come in either 60" or 72" widths with three different volume drive motors to maximize performance on your SSV or SVL models. They are ideal for tightly restricted areas under fences, in and around boxed in corner sections of corrals and out buildings, vineyard, nursery rows, wooded lots, and approaches to ditches and waterways.Only available through Kubota Dealers.

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Frequently Asked Questions About This Product

Which motor (low, med, high) do I need to order for my power unit?

First, you will need to know the flow gpm of your power unit. Once you know this, refer to the Operator’s Manual for the motor requirements (manual can be found on Related Products Page below).

What material can I cut and what size?

Any organic material grass, wood and up to 2” diameter material.

What is the chain at the hitch for?

This is a check chain. It is designed to hook to the power unit to keep the mower height 18” and under from the ground height.

What is the blade tip speed?

It varies with the gpm and pressure of the power unit and which one of the three motors that is on the unit. There is a charge located in the specifications page in the Operator’s Manual (manual can be found on Related Products Page below).

Do I have to use the third line and what’s the purpose of the line?

Yes, it is recommended that the case drain line be used. If it is not, you run the risk of blowing an output seal as the spike pressures during shut down are too great. The purpose of this line is a case drain. It relieves pressure from the case of the motor when they become greater than the seals can hold.

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