The 710 is lightweight, compact in size, and loaded with BCS quality. Designed for decades of dependable service, its all-gear driven transmission, automotive-style clutch, and Kohler 7HP Command Pro engine make this a great investment for those interested in a basic range of attachments. Because the engine’s power is not lost due to the inefficiency of belts, the tractor comfortably handles an 18” or 20” Rear-Tine Tiller, Hiller/Furrower, 30” or 40” Sickle Bar Mower, 24” Snow Thrower, Water Transfer Pump, and more.
Like the 710, Model 718 is lightweight, compact in size, and loaded with BCS quality. It features the same all-gear driven transmission and automotive clutch. And the 718 powers the same basic set of attachments.
Of course, there are differences between the two models; one of which is the engine. The 718 is powered by Honda’s commercial GX200 engine.
The second difference is the handlebar system. From the base of the steering column to the operator controls, the handlebar system screams user-friendliness and versatility.
In addition to all-gear drive and the advanced handlebar system of the 718, the model 722 is the most popular of the Harvester Series and features:
This is a game changer, folks. Introducing Model 770. The only BCS two-wheel tractor in the Professional Series with hydrostatic drive, enabling the operator to select the ground speed and direction of travel without the need to shift or vary the throttle setting.
The comfortable "EasyGrip" lever on the right handlebar precisely dictates the machine's ground speed, which is especially convenient for applications that require frequent changes of direction. A high and low range speed selector rod provides two different maximum and minimum speeds. The high range is for mowing light material quickly or shallow soil cultivation, while the low range is intended for heavy, more arduous cutting applications or digging deep in unbroken soil. The lever control provides an extra measure of ease and comfort for all applications, especially landscaping, gardening, mowing and snow removal.
BCS model 732 is the most economical of the Professional Series, with more features, more horsepower, and more versatility than Harvester models.
The key feature difference between the Harvester and Professional Series is that the Professional models are equipped with Differential Drive.
PowerSafe Model 739 is the entry model to the portion of the Professional Series tractors that feature a third working speed. At 2.7 mph, third gear provides both a comfortable walking speed when transporting the machine and a functional speed when mowing with the rotary Brush Mower, Flail Mower, Lawn Mower, and Dual Action Sickle Bar.
Another important asset when mowing - differential drive and “turn-on-a-dime” maneuverability. The ease of turning makes the job more enjoyable for all applications. The BCS differential drive includes an on-demand lock, so posi-traction is available for circumstances such as mowing across steep slopes and clearing snow on slippery surfaces.
PowerSafe Model 749 is a larger, more fully-featured version of the 739. Designed to better accommodate larger, heavier attachments, such as the 32” Brush Mower and 35” Flail Mower, the 749 includes an individual brake for each wheel, making it easier to turn and maneuver. To power larger attachments, the engine size is increased to Honda’s GX390 (13HP) engine. And, with a longer transmission, the standard tire size for the 749 is increased to 22” in diameter; a huge advantage when navigating uneven terrain and straddling raised beds.
Like the 739, Model 749 features the patented "PowerSafe" hydro-mechanical clutch which is particularly well-suited for long hours of use with high torque implements like the Flail Mower and Chipper/Shredder. The durability of the PowerSafe clutch is also reflected in its 5-year warranty (for both commercial and non-commercial use) and ability to withstand the frequent abuse by multiple operators. Finally, the hydraulic clutch is more user-friendly. Since the clutch lever is operating a hydraulic valve rather than compressing a spring, shifting gears with the hydraulic clutch requires less hand pressure to depress the lever.
One of BCS’s most popular models, the 853 is a larger, more fully-featured version of the 732.
The four-speed transmission includes three working speeds in both directions, with third gear being particularly helpful when mowing large areas. Fourth gear is strictly a transport speed enabling you to drive the BCS Utility Trailer down the lane at speeds up to 9+ miles per hour!
Designed to better accommodate larger, heavier attachments, such as the 32” Brush Mower and 35” Flail Mower, the 853 includes an individual brake for each wheel, making it easier to turn and maneuver. To power larger attachments, the engine size is increased to Honda’s GX390 (13HP) engine. And, with a longer transmission, the standard tire size for the 853 is increased to 22” in diameter; a real plus when navigating uneven terrain and straddling raised beds.
Designed primarily for professional agricultural and horticultural use, the PowerSafe 750 is the only BCS tractor model equipped to handle the 33" version of our Rear-Tine Tiller. The tractor’s reinforced transmission and heavy-duty, cast iron mounting system also make it a great choice for the Swivel Rotary Plow, 35” Flail Mower, and 33” Snow Thrower.
Designed for the most demanding applications, an exclusive feature of the model 750 is a unique set of wheel speed reduction gears resulting in a slow “creeper” speed, even though its tires are 22” in diameter. Compared to other models with the same tire size, the 750’s tiller tines take 30% more “bites” per forward foot of travel, the flail mower blades take 30% more “cuts” per forward foot of travel, etc. This translates into tines digging deeper in a single pass, flails creating a smaller particle size, etc.
The 660 HYWS features state-of-the art technology from BCS. Equipped with hydraulically assisted steering and hydrostatic drive, Model 660 combines performance with ease-of-use for tackling jobs where you wouldn't dare take a traditional mower or tractor.
Designed for commercial front-mount applications only, Model 660 features a 16HP twin cylinder Vanguard engine to provide both the power and engine oil lubrication needed for slopes up to 30 degrees. Hydraulically-activated, individual clutch-brake mechanisms allow operators to effortlessly navigate steep and rough terrain while enjoying the benefits of positive wheel traction.
The BCS model 620 differs from the rest of the BCS tractor fleet because it's designed for front-mount attachments only. This means the handlebars don't rotate 180 degrees and can't operate any rear-mount attachments like the Tiller or Rotary Plow.
Model 620 is for applications where only front-mount attachments are desired, and it offers versatility with the ability to attach various mowers, snow implements, and blades - click here for the compatibility chart. With three working speeds and one transport speed, the 620 offers an appropriate speed for every application. The only limitations are that the straight axle design limits its maneuverability and the 8hp engine limits the size of the mowers that can be accommodated.
Like its sister 853 model, the 852 is a larger, more fully-featured version of the 732.
The four-speed transmission includes three working speeds in both directions, with third gear being particularly helpful when mowing large areas. Unlike the 853, the fourth gear is strictly a transport speed for front-mount attachments which enables the operator to ride the BCS Mowing Sulky to the job site. This feature is particularly appreciated by those who need to travel a distance before beginning the day’s mowing, such as Christmas tree growers or folks making hay.
Designed to better accommodate larger, heavier attachments, such as the 67” and 71” Dual Action Sickle Bar Mowers, the 32” Brush Mower, and 35” Flail Mower, the 852 includes an individual brake for each wheel, making it easier to turn and maneuver. To power larger attachments, the engine size is increased to Honda’s GX390 (13HP) engine. And, with a longer transmission, the standard tire size for the 749 is increased to 22” in diameter; a real plus when navigating uneven terrain and straddling raised beds.
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