The DL-72 and DL-66 direct drive brush cutters provide 72- and 66-inch cutting widths, respectively, and are designed to fit skid loaders running 22 to 40 gpm. A reinforced front push bar enables the operator to push over trees and cut brush up to 6 inches in diameter.
The TimberAx from Loftness uses an exclusive knife system to efficiently cut grass, vines, brush or trees up to 6 inches in diameter, or intermittently cut material up to 12 inches in diameter. Its 17-inch rotor features an innovative reverse-rotation design to lift material off the ground for proper cutting.
Semi-pneumatic tires from McLaren Industries contain several strategically placed air pockets, allowing them to offer the cushioning effects of pneumatic tires but without the chance of flats. Because the air pockets are not confined, the tires can roll over sharp objects, be punctured, and still continue to work.
The Boxer 525DX compact utility loader is Boxer’s solution to meet Tier 4 Final regulations, replacing the Boxer 532DX. The 525DX features a redesigned hydraulic package that provides smoother drive controls and improved simultaneous functionality. The Boxer 525DX also features improved protection of the radiator and hydraulic oil cooler components. Unique to the Boxer 500 series, the variable track widening system allows the Boxer 500 series to fit through a 36-inchwide gate.
The 60-hp shredder weighs 3,000 pounds and requires no modifications to the carrier. Horsepower goes directly to the cutting drum and will not limit the carrier’s power.
The TM Pro II commercial-grade splitter for skid steers features a removable splitting head. One splitter, multiple splitting heads: single split, four-way or six-way.