Skid Steer Brush Cutter Terminator XP
When it comes to finding the right brush cutter for your skid steer, sometimes you need an attachment that’s willing to go the extra mile – and that’s exactly what the Terminator XP does. Unlike other skid steer attachments, this brush cutter knows what it takes to tackle overgrown brush, troublesome native grasses, and other foliage standing in your way. Not to mention, the integrity of this product makes it perfect for residential and commercial use. You’ve never seen a heavy-duty brush cutter like this before.
Curious what makes the Terminator XP attachment so unique? It’s still made with the same AR400 steel blades as the Terminator but has a few additional features that make the Terminator XP one of a kind. For starters, we’ve increased the deck thickness (¼”) and deck sides (5/16”), which protect your machine from any troublesome brush and overgrowth. We’ve added carbide-tipped mulching teeth between the blades for improved work optimization, making it easier to devour unruly shrubbery, overgrowth, and unwanted tree stumps. With the additional upgrades to the gear motor, the Terminator XP can tackle all your most challenging projects in half the time. Plus, the open front design allows the brush to quickly enter the blade path and aids in cleaning the debris from underneath the deck so that the cutter can maintain its blade tip speed. With the Terminator XP by your side, you’ll never approach your work the same way again.
At Rut, we understand that everyone’s equipment is different. That’s why we customize the Terminator XP’s motor to your specific skid steer, ensuring your cutter operates at peak performance. Now, you’ll have a machine that’s built to fit your needs. Plus, this skid steer forestry mulcher comes with replaceable wear shoes, so you never have to worry about the longevity of your brush cutter. These wear shoes help protect your deck from abrasive conditions on the job while extending the life of your deck. When it comes to the design of the Terminator XP, we’ve gone to great lengths to ensure the durability and longevity of your skid steer brush cutter.
At Rut Manufacturing, we’ve designed the Terminator XP to work on skid steers, CTL, and MTL machines. This unit is compatible with machines with a hydraulic flow between 17-45 gallons per minute for optimal efficiency. This is a direct drive cutter with a three-blade cutting system that provides a powerfully effective cut while maintaining safety and comes with hydraulic hoses with quick connect couplers.
No matter how hard you work, we manufacture the Terminator XP to withstand years of use, whether that’s spent removing brush from your farm, private land, or right of way. Our skid steer brush cutter is ideal for personal landowners, residential builders, commercial landscaping, tree companies, power companies, and much more.
If you need a skid steer brush cutter that will devour brush and overgrowth quickly, the Terminator XP was made for you.
Fast Facts about the Terminator XP Skid Steer Brush Cutter
Want to learn more about the Terminator XP? Review the dimensions and pricing of our product down below.
Begins at: $5410
As low as $902/mo with 0% No Interest for six months.
Designed for: Skid steers, CTL, and MTL machines.
Hydraulic Flow: 17-45 GPM
- 3 blade 60″
- 4 blade 72″
- 4 blade 78″
- Carbide tipped mulching teeth
- Hydraulic Hoses
- Quick Couplers
- Customized Motor for Individual Skid Steer
Get to know the Brush Cutter Terminator XP and other Skid Steer Brush Cutting Attachments
Finding the right mounted skid steer brush cutter for your line of work is a big decision, but there are plenty of other things to consider once you’re ready to get to work. Sometimes, it’s challenging to keep track of annual attachment maintenance or operating your skid steer safely. At Rut, we understand how important it is to care for your skid steer attachments, like brush cutters, brush bogs, and forestry mulchers, which is why we’ve rounded up our favorite resources on skid steers.
We discuss how our attachments work, annual maintenance tips and tricks, and the best locations for their daily operation in these resources. We also take a closer look at different skid steer attachments, such as brush cutters, skid steer tree cutters, skid steer grapple buckets, annual skid steer maintenance, and so much more. If you’re ready to familiarize yourself with brush cutter attachments for skid steers, explore our resources below.
- How to Buy a Skid Steer Attachment: Brush Cutters
- How to Choose the Right Skid Steer Brush Hog Attachment
- How to Change Skid Steer Attachments
- How to Use a Skid Steer Brush Cutter
- Explore the Top Skid Steer Brands
- Your Must-Have Skid Steer Attachments
- Answering Your Frequently Asked Skid Steer Questions
If you need more information on brush cutter attachment for skid steers, or the Terminator XP, contact us directly. Between our resources and employees, we’re here to help however we can.
Our Promise to You
Our goal is always to create products that serve you on various projects, job sites, and industries at Rut. Not all jobs are the same, but with every project, we can guarantee that you’ll never have to worry about the quality, durability, and reliability of your machine. Unlike other brush cutter mower manufacturers, all of our brush cutters are manufactured within the USA, right here in Denton, North Carolina. By manufacturing our products, we can provide our customers with handcrafted, high-quality equipment. If you’re searching for the best brush cutters for skid steers, and need a brush cutter for sale, look no further. Rut Mfg has everything you need, from must-have skid steer attachments to excavator attachments.
All of our skid steer attachments, whether it’s mowers, cutter, or additional equipment, can handle anything you throw their way. If you’d like to learn more from us, instead of searching the internet for answers, or skid steer attachments near me, fill out the form below. If you’d prefer, give us a call directly. You won’t be dealing with extreme wait times or bouncing from one customer service rep to another. Give us a call at 336-859-0328, or shoot us an email. We’re always happy to answer your questions.
Skid Steer FAQs
When it comes to your skid steer, it’s important to make sure your piece of equipment works as hard as you do. But, there’s a lot of thought and decision making that goes into owning a piece of equipment like a skid steer, so before and after your purchase, you might have some questions regarding the condition and care of your machine. That’s why we wanted to address your frequently skid steer questions, all in one place, so you’ll never have to go searching for information about your skid steer again.
You can use different attachment brands on your skid steer, it’s just important to make sure you have a universal coupler, or quick attach, installed on your skid steer. However, depending on the hydraulics and carrying capacity of your skid steer, the attachment might not be compatible with your skid steer, so it’s important to check the manual first.
There are many ways you can use your skid steer. The most common uses include: clearing, pushing, front-loading, transporting, and navigating.
The price of a skid steer will always vary, but it primarily depends on the size. You could spend anywhere between $10,000 to $60,000, it is all about what you’re comfortable with and what you need from your machine.
Mainly, the difference stems from its technology, and operating life. Getting a used skid steer won’t affect its ability to work, it just might not be as up to date with new tech features, therefore have more limitations on job sites. However, if you don’t use a skid steer very often, it could be a more practical choice for you.
A skid steer can operate anywhere from seven to ten miles per hour.
A typical skid steer can last anywhere from 2,000 to 5,000 hours, or sometimes closer to 7,000 hours. However, it’s longevity depends on how many hours a day you use it. Regularly caring for your machine, and not overusing it on a weekly basis, will help maintain its operating life.
A typical day of use would be considered five or six hours, in order to get the most out of your equipment.
Most tires should be replaced out of 500 hours of use, but if you frequently go out on uneven terrain, and suspect uneven tread on your tires, it might be in your best interest to replace them sooner.
Annual and proper skid steer care is essential for keeping your device up and running like new. It’s best to check your skid steer frequently for tears in the tires, fluid levels, and see how the oil is doing.