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 a neat, cleanly cut stubble. Each steel blade is precisely angled to immediately discharge the cut crop upwards by both air flow and mechanical action.
Fully welded cutterbar
The fully welded Kubota cutterbar with overlapping C-channels makes for a very rigid and strong design, ensuring very high level of durability. The cutterbar is designed for low maintenance and quiet operation. Operators will appreciate the low noise of the cutterbar during long busy days. The long curved gear wheels run smoothly in oil and provide efficient power transfer.
Center pivot drawbar
The DMC8500 models are equipped with a center pivot drawbar for mowing both to the right and left side of the tractor. This important advantage in mower design allows operators to mow in one continuous pattern, without the need for constantly opening up new headlands. Consequently, time consuming short runs are eliminated and mowing capacity is increased.
Excellent ground clearance
DMC8500 series models have a lifting height of 1'6" to ensure excellent ground clearance for transport and during headland turning.
Transport with integrated lighting kit
DMC8500 series offers a secure and convenient transport solution which includes an integrated lighting kit for excellent road visibility. The transport width for DMC8536T and DMC8536R is 11'2" and the transport width for DMC8540T is 12'6".
Kubota suspension springs and rod design
The long spring design allows for excellent ground following ability. In uneven fields, the mower is able to adapt +19.7"/-5.9". The suspension springs are fitted on the widest possible position of the mowing section to ensure even ground pressure. Weight on ground is stable and only approx. 88 -110 pounds on each side. When an obstacle is encountered, the mowing section will move backwards and automatically raise to allow the object to pass. The mower will automatically return to it's working position once the obstacle is navigated.