There is plenty to choose from when it comes to skid steer attachments, but there are a few great attachments that will optimize your workload and get the job done right. If you’re looking for new skid steer mower attachments for an upcoming job site, here are a couple worth your while.
Brush Cutter Skid Steer Attachment
A brush cutter is great for jobs that need versatility. The multiple blades let brush cutters remove thick vegetation and maintain high power concentration so you can work in hard to reach places. Its size and capacity lets a brush cutter gets the job done in half the time so you won’t have to change attachments throughout a job site. A brush cutter is ideal for:
- Cutting thick foliage
- Weed removal
- Trimming grass
- Can be operated on any sized property
Rut offers two brush cutter skid steer attachments, the Brush Cutter Terminator and Brush Cutter Terminator XP. The open front design lets debris flow through the brush cutter, so it can maintain its speed. If you want to learn more about theses attachments, check out our product spotlight.
Brush Mower Skid Steer Attachment
Brush mowers are similar to a brush cutter, and lets you cut through limbs, debris, trees, and other items with ease. A brush mower can withstand just about anything on your job site. Brush cutters can also have up to four different motors and can cut through material up to four inches in diameter, and their designed to last even the toughest projects. You can use your brush mower on:
- Smaller trees
- Tree limbs
- Heavy brush
- Overgrown areas of land
The Rut skid steer mower attachment uses several motor configurations to reach a blade tip speed of over 14,000 feet per minute, so the mower can cut through materials quickly and easily. This unit can be built for machines between 10-27 GPM and is great for skid steer, CTL, and MTL machines.