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Ditch Bank Offset Flail Mowers

The Phoenix Ditch Bank Flail Mower is perfect for mowing around ponds and hard to reach spots like banks or hill sides. Available in working width of 47 inches, 60 inches, and 75 inches. The hydraulic system enables you to use the tool behind the tractor or completely alongside the tractor. 2 pair of hydraulic outlets(4 ports) required.


  • Tilt 90 up and 65 down.
  • Not Quick Hitch Compatible.
  • Easy external drive belt adjustment.
  • Gearbox with integrated free wheel protection.
  • Double parking stand for easy storage and attachment to the tractor.
  • Counter knives system inside the shredding chamber.
  • Side parallelogram hydraulic shift.
  • Adjustable roller raises and lowers working height.
  • Frontal protection against accidental ejection of objects.
  • Owners Manual download
  • Free Shipping within 1,000 miles!


Model MA120 MLE160 MPE-200
Working Width (Inches) 47 60 75
Required Horsepower 20 30-50 70-80
Weight (LBS) 551 1014 1443
Hitch Cat I/II Cat I/II Cat II/III
Number of Hammers 20 22 24
Roto Diameter (Inches) 4 5 5
Swing Diameter 11 17 17
PTO Series 4 6 6
Rear Roller Diameter (Inches) 5 6 8
Rotor Speed (RPM) 2025 2160 2025
Maximum Offset (Inches) 72 88 116
Hydraulic Ditch Bank Flail Mower is perfect for mowing around ponds and hard to reach banks or hill sides. Free Shipping within 1,000 miles!

Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
PH-BANK-FLAIL-MOWER-MA120 Ditch Bank Flail Mower MA120
$7,150.00
PH-BANK-FLAIL-MOWER-MLE160 Ditch Bank Flail Mower MLE160
$9,850.00
PH-BANK-FLAIL-MOWER-MPE-200 Ditch Bank Flail Mower MPE-200
$12,950.00
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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
4 of 5 Unique Capabilities July 14, 2022
Reviewer: Daryl Tessmann from Clarno, WI  
Worldwide supply chain snarls delayed the delivery of my SICMA flail mower...but it has the perfect capabilities to augment my WOODS Brushbull.  Mowing along the creek in our acreage was a chore of "backing and hanging" the rotary cutter over creek-bank.  Now I can simply drive along the creek edge and finish the brushbull cut with the SICMA tractor-side mower.

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