What does BCS tractor stand for?
Overview of BCS Tractors. The BCS company was founded near Milan, Italy in 1942 by Luigi Castoldi and two associates, Camillo Bonnetti and Severino Speroni (Castoldi is the “C” in BCS; the other two the “B” and “S”) and their first product was a motorized walk-behind sickle-bar mower.
How much does a BCS two wheel tractor cost?
Our most popular walk behind tractor, the 853 has enough horsepower to power nearly all the BCS implements and features a third working speed and a fourth transport speed for rear-mount (tiller) mode.
|Retail Price||Sale Price|
|Electric start – Honda 13HP Gasoline||$5070.00||$4770.00|
Are BCS tractors worth it?
The BCS is a great option for somebody who doesn’t have the resources to purchase a large tractor, or somebody who has the need for a number of specialty attachments. It’s also great exercise because you get to walk along with it. This is really the perfect tool for the small market gardener (or the crazy hobbiest).
What is a walk behind tractor?
Walk-behind tractors are about the size of a large rear-tine tiller. There are 45 different implements for the machine from plows, to mowers, to hay balers, to wood chippers.
How much does a BCS Tiller weigh?
The 33” Rear Tine Tiller (sold separately) has a unique, easy-to-use crank system for adjusting tine depth. Model 750 has bolt holes on its transmission to easily install weights on either side. The 750 Transmission Weights (922C0036) total 76 pounds (sold separately).
What is a rotary plow?
1 : a plow having a rotating propeller-shaped element for throwing snow aside. 2 : a rotary tiller : a plow with rapidly revolving blades or hooked fingers.