The Dx2 Mainframe System


When you invest in a new asset you obviously want to get the most you possibly can out of that resource. Now, when you order a Diamond Boom Mower mainframe you can rig it to do two jobs—boom and side mowing. Our Dx2 Mainframe System is a breakthrough proprietary innovation giving you the ability to boom mow and side mow from the same platform. This not only makes your asset extraordinarily more valuable and productive, it also makes you look amazing.

That’s what we do at Diamond.

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This mainframe upgrade is an industry first. Our Dx2 technology allows you to get the very most out of your resources. Dx2 turns a great boom mower into a remarkable multi-tasking mowing marvel. Simply choose the Dx2 Mainframe when ordering a Diamond Boom Mower and you instantly have the option of adding a side attachment. It’s a no-hassle no-brainer. Double up efficiency, double up savings and double up smart with Diamond’s proprietary Dx2.

Tier 4 mid-mounts available now.

The Highlights of Dx2 Innovation:

• Increases utilization of tractor
• Accepts side attachments with boom in stow
• Accepts side rotary or flail attachments
• Attachments changed in less than 30 minutes
Hydraulic actuator comes standard on the Dx2

o Longer life compared to traditional horizontal swing cylinder
o Fully enclosed
o Fewer moving parts and easy to maintain
o Stronger than traditional pivot pin
o Break-away protection in both forward & reverse
o 180° range of motion versus 110° with traditional swing cylinder


Tier 4 tractors are a sign of the times and represent a major design change. Diamond has led the way in meeting the challenge by re-engineering our booms to mid-mount on Tier 4 tractors. We are the first to do so in the industry and today we can mid-mount on Tier 4 New Holland, John Deere, Massey Ferguson, Case IH, Challenger and Kubota tractors. Don't be caught without a solution and on a wait-list when the Tier 3 tractors are gone. Diamond has your answer - and we can deliver now.

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