The Flail Mower or Brush Cutter is offered in other sizes as well including the EX40, EX30EX30M

Eterra Flail Mowers are precision laser balanced and constructed with toughness in mind to provide a serious and effective solution for operators in need of a clearing and light work tool. These mowers are lightweight but strong, ensuring your machine won't be tipped over while cutting. The Eterra Sidewinder is a state-of-the-art cutter designed for mini skid steers or the Raptor Boom Arm, and provides the maneuverability to clean up areas you couldn't reach before.


The Sidewinder 36" Flail Mower features 20 1lb Y-Knife flail blades powered by a Permco hydraulic gear drive motor. The precision electronically balanced blade carrier, 3" square mounting rail, full-width steel roller, and rubber vibration dampener are details that set it apart from other mini skid steer mowers. Careful who you call "mini", the sidewinder cuts up to 4" material with ease.


The Sidewinder 36" Flail Mower is powered by a USA made Permco gear drive motor. An electronically balanced blade carrier provides smooth spin-up and efficient cutting. The 3" square mounting rail allows it to be mounted on a mini skid steer or Eterra Raptor Boom arm, and can be offset for varied cutting options. Adjustable roller system can be set at different cutting heights and will follow the contour of the land.


Constructed of A572 Grade 50 high strength steel. Formed curved housing design allows for maximum cut capacity with minimal buildup of debris.


Flow Range: 8-26 GPM
Cutting Capacity: 4"
Cut Width: 36"
Deck Height: 19"
Recommended Material: Medium/Hard Brush - Grass - Brambles
Overall Width: 50"
Minimum Cut Height: .625"
Number of Blades: 20

Design Specs

Weight: 392 lbs.
Housing Material: A572 Grade 50
Drive Shaft Material: Steel-4140 HT (Heat Treat)
Blade Style Style: Y-Knife Blades
Blade Life Expectancy: 500 hrs, NO ROCKS
Drive Motor: Permco Hydraulic Gear Motor
Blade Weight: 1 lb.
Max Pressure: 3500 PSI

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