For over a half of a century, Kut Kwick Corporation has maintained its position as a leader in the pioneering of innovative mower designs, creating many of the concepts that are used by the mower industry today.
First established in 1942 to manufacture "Pulp Wood Saws", the Kut Kwick Tool Company made its industrial debut by designing and manufacturing a machine for the pulp wood industry that cut down trees. These powerful, well-built machines quickly established a reputation for dependable performance as well as having low operational costs. The “Pulp Saw” virtually replaced the cross-cut saw in Southern Pine forestry business.
In the late 1940’s, Pulp Saws were being converted into what would eventually become the industry’s first consumer and commercial rotary mowers. Kut Kwick replaced the 36” saw blade of the Pulp Saw with a double-edged blade and a cutter deck, transforming the “Pulp Saw” into the first known “out-front” rotary mower.
1970s - 1st 82" wide cut hydraulically driven skid steered out front rotary mower with a 15' wide detachable towed wide cut mowing deck.
1980s - 1st hydraulically driven skid steered commercial slope mower for mowing slopes up to 40°.
1990s - 1st hydraulically powered out front mowing tractor for clearing forrested areas.
2000s - Kut Kwick developed and patented the BrushMaster® mower for clearing forested areas and fighting forest fires.
MOWERS BORN IN THE USA
Since its inception back in 1942, Kut Kwick Corporation has called the coastal town of Brunswick, Georgia its home. Every slope mower that we manufacture is equipped with the best parts and materials available and our machines are built with American craftsmanship by American workers with American pride!
All Kut Kwick warranty and replacement parts are warehoused at our Georgia factory, resulting in swift turn-around times when you MUST have your machine back on that hillside immediately.
We're proud to be an American disabled veteran owned company!