Many attachments advertise themselves as being built for mini skid steers (also known as compact utility loaders or compact tool carriers), when in fact they are just smaller versions of a full sized skid steer attachment. Mini skid steer attachments should be designed from the ground up to fit correctly and work efficiently on a mini skid steer. The CID Mini skid steer brush cutter is one such attachment.
This mini skid steer brush cutter has a mounting system that will fit these brands of mini skid steer loader: Toro Dingo, Boxer, Ramrod, and Ditch Witch. The brush cutter has a working width of 44”. This cutting width covers a lot of ground, and matches well to the mini skid steer performance specifications. The brush cutter will fit into many tight spaces that cannot be reached with a full sized skid steer brush cutter.
The mini skid steer brush cutter will handle material up to 3” in diameter. It works equally well in grass applications as well as in trail maintenance, in right of way maintenance, in nurseries and vineyards.
CID uses Parker drive motors to power the mini skid steer brush cutter. Parker is an industry leader in hydraulic applications, with many servicing dealers located across the country. Chances are your local hydraulic shop will handle parts and service for Parker hydraulics. Hydraulic hoses have standard fittings that are readily available at all tractor and hydraulic dealerships. All hoses are fitted with protective coverings to extend hose life and protect the operator in the rare instance that a hose gets damaged causing a hydraulic leak.
The CID mini skid steer brush cutter requires a minimum hydraulic flow of 10 gallons per minute. The operating weight of this model is 700 pounds. To ensure safe operation, make sure the operating capacity and tipping capacity of the mini skid steer are rated to handle the brush cutter attachment.