Bercomac Power Broom Details
power broom has the same Quick Hitch system as the other Bercomac
attachments. We use them all of the time for
lawn and removing the gravel that
gets in our grass. When we have light snowfalls we use the
power broom to
move the snow and the slippery
frost underneath the snow.
There is an optional debris collector
Broom Video Clip
Bercomac Power Broom Q&A's
Power broom is 19 x 47" wide. Brushes are 18" diameter x 44" wide,
the sweeping width is 44" wide. Weight is 165 lbs. Northeast
model weighs 190 lbs.
broom can be angled from the driver’s seat with a handle located to
the left of the driver. The broom Will angle 20° to the right
applied on the brush can be adjusted by a hand crank located on top
of the power broom.
|6 inch dolly
wheels support the weight of the brush to prolong the brush life and
helps when using the power broom for lawn dethatching.
stand is included to keep the brush suspended and protected from
damage when not in use.
broom has a 1 year residential warrantee on parts and labor
Subframe (mounting hitch) and
Drive Mechanism (required for certain model tractors) and
Adaptor (angling and mounting apparatus).
The Subframe has a quick hitch system for mounting, removing, and
switching to other attachments on the same subframe such as blade or
snowblower. There are 2 subframe models available for the Bercomac
Check out the 60" and 66" wide Utility vehicle power
Q: I have a John Deere L130 lawn
tractor and I would like a broom
for the front of it. Do you have something that would work?
A: Yes, we
have a new Bercomac broom that fits your tractor.
Q: Will the Bercomac power broom fit a 2003 Toro Wheel Horse
315-8 lawn tractor with a horizontal PTO?
A: Yes, the
Bercomac power broom will fit right on your tractor. The 2 stage
snowblower and 48" push blade will also.
Q: I'm wondering if you sell the Bercomac power broom without
the subframe. I have an 1988 John Deere 318 garden tractor with the
Bercomac 44" snowblower model 700211-1 (which I absolutely love).
The snowblower has the full length subframe and I'd hate to pay for
another one when the broom will slip right onto the current
subframe. Also it looks like the broom's angling kit is the same kit
used for rotating the chute on the snowblower. Correct?
If this is a possibility, what would the broom, parking stand, etc.
(no optional debris catcher please) cost. Also, while "we're at it",
I've never seen details/pictures about the electric chute and
A: Yes, we have the Berco broom, new in
the crate, and you are correct, you will not have to buy the
subframe again. We currently do not have the cheaper nylon brush
type in stock. We do have the more expensive poly brush type new and
in stock. For either broom you will also need a pulley kit, we have
that in stock too.
Yes, they make an electric chute and electric deflector kit. It
looks like car electric window motors, a little gear reduction box,
and of course there are 2 of them. One operates the deflector, the
other the chute. Then you have 2 electric toggle switches to
individually operate each subject.
Bercomac power broom fits on many different makes and models of
tractors, Call 1-800-618-8738 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on your
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