BCS offers a wide range of accessories to use with your walk behind tractor.
If you own a BCS tractor made before 1995, this adapter will let you use newer attachments with your tractor.
The Bumper Weight Kit acts as a counterbalance to improve control and operation of BCS equipment when using heavy rear-mount implements such as the Power Harrow and the Swivel Rotary Plow. In particular, the added weight makes it much easier to turn the...
The curved coupler is used to balance and stabilize the BCS walk-behind tractor when using tow-behind implements.
These accessories—the anti-scalp roller and the lawn mowing "scoop" blades—further extend the versatility of your BCS flail mower.
The Power Cradle attachment increases your effective PTO speed by a factor of approximately 3.6X, enabling you to use a range of attachments that require higher drive speeds, including the Power Washer, Water Pump and Log Splitter.
The PTO extension helps to increase stability when you use light-weight attachments, such as the Snow Thrower or Sickle Bar Mowers.
With the quick hitch, you can change attachments fast, without using tools.
The sickle bar weight kit and adjustable skids are useful accessories for use with your Sickle Bar or Duplex Sickle Bar mower attachments.
Spiked Wheels are provide additional traction when mowing steep slopes. While they can be mounted directly onto the axles of any BCS tractor, we highly recommend that you use them only with tractors that feature Differential Drive.
With the Straight Bar, you can operate several gardening implements in parallel.
Use the tool carrier when operating the Root Digger, V-Cultivator and Ridger attachments.
Tracks provide excellent traction for working in difficult areas, such as along hillsides or wet terrain. They are available for tractor models 749 and up and for the 660 Hydrostatic.
Use the transport wheel with your tiller attachment to raise it off the ground for easier transport.
Wheel extensions improve stability by widening the space between the tires. They can also be used for bolting together dual wheels.
Wheel weights increase your traction when using non-powered attachments.
Larger wheels raise the height of your BCS tractor to accommodate certain attachments.