Product Code: 104220 (Standard Wheels)
Product Code: 104222 (Foam-Filled Wheels)

A powerful self-propelled Hydraulic Double Cutter that delivers high production. With Variable Speed Control and a 25” cut, the Hydra Cutter provide maximum efficiency on the largest jobs.


The Hydra Double Blade Roof Cutter comes with a set of additional features:

  • ASE famous quick change belt design.
  • Included 2-12" Tri-Blades for maximum production.
  • Variable Speed Control.
  • Built in Headlight.
  • Remote Air Breather.
  • Also accepts 14" blades.

A solid cutting device.

*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

System Information and Specs
Engine Types: 20 HP Honda Engine w/ Electric Start
Max Cutting Depth: 3 ½"
Battery: 12 Volts
Wheels: Standard:
  • 2 Front Wheels,
    10 x 2.75 Semi-Pneumatic
  • 2 Back Wheels,
    13.0 x 6.50 x 6 (TurfSaver)
  • 2 Back Wheels,
    13.0 x 6.50 x 6 (Foam-Filled)
Dimensions: XX" x XX" x XX"
Weight: 518 lbs


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Roof Cutting Blades

Product Code: 204024 (Straight 12")
Product Code: 204028 (Straight 14")
Product Code: 204020 (Tri-Blade)

The carbide cutting angle ensures maximum surface contact to slice through material while minimizing the force of the blade impact to reduce the strain on the roof cutter engine.

  • Designed to fit all makes and models of roof cutters with a 1" mounting hole and 12" diameter cut profile.
  • Even at 2.5" cutting depth, the cutting edge clears the roof profile before beginning the next cut, reducing the strain on the engine.
  • Full 2.25" long by 0.25 wide carbide tips.
  • 12" and 14" overall lengths.

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