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The Wakeham Skid Steer Trimmer attachment uses direct hydrostatic drive to trim 88 inches wide.

March 01, 2010

Wakeham Skid Steer Trimmer The Wakeham Skid Steer Trimmer uses direct hydrostatic drive to trim 88 inches wide. The 2,000-pound attachment will work on a 6,800-pound skid steer of 65 horsepower with high-flow hydraulics, but its designer says the machine is most at home on a heavier compact track loader. The hydraulic system relies on Vickers valves and an Eaton motor. The Skid Steer Trimmer costs about $35,000 when it is outfitted with a Leica Power Grade Control system with sonic elevation sensor to control both elevation and grade.

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