52CC 2-Cycle Straight Shaft
The BADGER 52CC Straight Shaft Brush Cutter is a powerful tool. Includes grass trimmer spool for detail work along fence lines and borders and a brush cutter blade to tackle heavier grasses and thick brush. It also includes a harness coupled with ergonomic bicycle-style handles to relieve the strain on your arms and provide stability. Powered by a 52CC, 2-cycle, full-crank engine, the power is fully reliable. This product is not attachment capable.
The full crank design provides a smooth start and operation to reduce emissions, increase fuel efficiency and provide longer life. The transmission is supported by an aluminum casing which greatly reduces vibration allowing you to work in comfort until the job is done. The straight shaft is built with a robust aluminum tube which is lightweight and durable for added comfort and convenience. The tap and go trimmer head allows for quick line feed for the twin line cutting system. Replacing the line will no longer eat up precious daylight and will give you more time to get your lawns and landscaping looking clean. All BADGER Gas units come with a 3-year homeowners and a 3-year commercial manufacturer’s limited warranty.
Includes: Harness and 3 Tooth Blade
Notes about the product: This machine takes a mix of both gasoline and oil. This machine doesn’t not work with our current suite of attachments.
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I bought last year loved it. Until it stopped working. Very cheaply put together striped screws and ones that were broken. I had the 52cc last year tried to give another chance bought 27cc one didn’t even last 3 days stripped out screw port with half a screw. Cracked over tighten carb screw. Just garbage I showed up to a new client with brand new equipment that look like something out of wile e coyotes acme kit I looked real unprofessional thinking that their equipment was professionally made garbage no response from the company at all and my inquiries in their warranties. 3 days old and Menards won’t even take it back garbage stay away from these products I was hoping to give it a good review the 52cc lasted me quite a while but cheaply made carbs crack break and they don’t back their warranties.
I’V HAD MY BRUSH CUTTER FOR TWO YEARS IN TEXAS ON TWO ACERS AND IT HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN STARTS EVERY TIME AND DOSE WHAT I NEED AND I HAVE NOT FOUND ANYTHING IT WONT KNOCK DOWN (I’V TRIDE)
Kurt James –
Unit has a lot of power. Starts easy. Easy to use. Just wish there were attachments available for it.
Nolan Pluke Jr –
I am very pleased with this product AND the company’s customer service. The brush cutter I bought at Menard’s would not start. When I thought flooding was the problem and inquired about spark plug cross reference, I got a new plug in the mail a few days later. In asking, I had described the backfires I was experiencing and before the spark plug arrived, I was advised that I was being mailed a whole new unit and was to return the problem by UPS. It arrived a few days later, with a prepaid address label for r. This one starts and runs well. Once I adjusted it to fit, I found the included harness comfortable and was able to do much more work than I expected, at age 75, before taking a break. With the supplied blade, weeds, brush and shrubs/seedlings up to about 5/8 inch will go down. Clutch seems to work fine when I would hit a more solid seedling. Handles are well-designed and vibration is manageable, though I would suggest tightening the air cleaner cover bolt before each use.
Rich Tucker –
I have used the 52 for about 18 months now. I use it to clear crp fields of small trees and to thin dense wooded areas. I find it pretty serviceable if a little heavy. It does have a long rev on it so you sometimes have to spoil it up. I had screws loosen and become lost from the handle bracket. Customer service was quick to get me new ones. Just installed them using lock tite this time. Starting is a little finicky but no worse than others. They have a great starting video on YouTube and if you follow it it fires predictably.