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  • Rubber Track and Undercarriage Maintenance Guide

    We put together a comprehensive track and undercarriage maintenance guide to keep your skid steer, excavator, or other track machine in working order. Did you know that 20% of track machines purchase price is for undercarriage? More importantly, nearly 50% of maintenance costs will be attributed to the undercarriage. This strategy guide will explain how to get the most out of undercarriages and tracks. This is not a repair manual. This will give a good look at what causes wear and provide information on how to better manage the machine for maximum production. By understanding what causes wear and by...
  • Skidsteer Tree Planting Using A Tree Bit VS. A Straight Auger Bit

    Planting a tree using a tree bit versus a straight auger bit Recently a customer asked me for a little advice on the use of a tree bit vs. a regular straight bit for drilling holes. He had several acres of trees to plant, so he was in the right direction using his skid steer and auger system.  I know that this is not in 50 words or less but here is my advice, based on experience. The tree bit will drill a hole that is narrower at the bottom. If you think about a half moon bottom, or a...
  • Metal OTT Tracks Vs Rubber OTT Tracks (Over the Tire Tracks)

    Spring is here and so is the mud. Wet, muddy conditions make for difficult farming, construction, excavation, or landscaping work to commence forward. These conditions are especially frustrating if you are relying on your skid steer as a primary tool to work in the fields, dig trenches, or any other spring time application. The best solution for this is our Over The Tire Tracks. Turn your skid steer into a compact track machine in less the 30 minutes. We offer both Rubber Over Tire Tracks, and Metal Over Tire Tracks. Both styles give you excellent flotation to power through mud...
  • Adapt Your Tractor, Skid Steer Or Telehandler to fit Universal Skid Steer Attachments

    Do you wish you could use your skid steer attachments with your tractor or telehandler? Do you wish you had a way to use your older machine with newer universal attachments? Well then you have come to the right place. now offers adapters to fit universal skid steer attachments to your non-universal tractor, telehandler or skid steer. We have adapters for Woods, Cub Cadet, John Deere, New Holland, ALO Quicke Loader, Case, Kubota, Great Bend, Ford, Massey Ferguson, Challenger, Bush Hog, TYM, AGCO, Schwartz, Allis Chalmers and more. Over time, these adapters will save you thousands of dollars in...
  • A Landscaper's Best Friend - The Mini Skid Steer

    What is the obvious difference between a regular skid steer and mini skid steer? You guessed it, the mini skid steer is about half the size. Typically a mini skid steer has a width around 40 inches. Its narrow width and low clearance give this machine the ability to get through tight spaces in order to get to the the job site. Examples of this may be excavation work in the back yard of a city lot, or tearing out an old concrete floor in a small garage. They are also used a quite a bit for demolition work inside...
  • Lots of Rain This Winter - Turn Your Tire Skid Steer Into A Track Machine

    With all the rain and wet conditions this winter, you can bet that this spring is going to be a muddy mess. If you have a skid steer with tires you know that your machine almost becomes obsolete in these type of conditions. Even if you are a skilled driver the job can take up to twice as long as it would in normal conditions. Typical spring time task such as farmers trying to get out into their fields, excavating, or landscaping become a burden. The good news is we have a simple low cost solution to keep your production...
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    Skid Steers are the ultimate tool.  Unfortunately, they’re a tool that costs plenty. In order to get the most out of your investment, you’ll want to make sure that you use your Skid Steer in as many applications as possible.  We’re here to help you with that.  If you have a labor-intensive job of any sort – even one that you’ve always done manually, let us see if there is an attachment that will take your task from back-breaking to breezy. We’ve also added Spanish Speaking abilities to the services that we offer you.  This is just one more way...
  • New for 2017 - Hydraulic Breaker Hammer Attachment

    After 5 years of development by the manufacturer Blue Diamond Attachments, we introduce to you the best built Hydraulic Breaker Hammer on the market today for your skid steer or excavator. Simply put this attachment will outperform and outlast the competition hands down. The technology and research that has gone into this attachment has made it the most durable designed breaker hammer out there. We now are fully stocked and ready to ship! To learn more about the New Hydraulic Breaker Hammer Attachment call a Representative at 866-315-3134.
  • The All New Mini Excavator Log Splitter Attachment

    Innovation and experimentation in the mini excavator attachment market keeps expanding. Customers are dreaming up new ways to utilize there machines to make work more efficient. With that we introduce the all new Mini Excavator Log Splitter. This mini excavator attachment allows you to easily transport and split wood from the comfort of your machine's cab. No more heavy lifting or ax swinging. Lift the log with the splitter and swing it over to the splitting pile and split it. Its that simple. This splitter was designed as a heavy duty commercial log splitter but also is priced right for...
  • 2 Things Customers Always Ask & Are Looking For When Buying A Skid Steer Bucket

    Questions #1: How much does weigh? Heavy is good right? The short answer is heavy is not good!! It takes away from lift capacity of the machine. The better question to ask is how is the skid steer bucket reinforced? Gussets & reinforcements are better & do not weigh as much. Look for where the gussets are placed (like in the back of the bucket) so the machine does not tear off the mount. Manufacturers often use theoretical weight. This means a perfect sheet thickness (which never happens with steel companies that sell by the pound - they make more...

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