The CID Skid Steer Tree and Post Puller Attachment will pull posts up to 8" and trees up to 6" in diameter. A 2.5" x 8" cylinder and serrated steel jaws provide plenty of grip on the trunk. The best skid steer attachment for removing trees this size, it eliminates the need to dig up roots or deal with tree stumps by pulling whole tree and root ball in one tug.
This attachment is great for clearing heavily overgrown fields, or for forest undergrowth management. Pulling smaller trees and thinning the forest can greatly improve forest health, reduce brush fire devastation, and create a much more pleasant forest.
Operation tip: The technique becomes easy after a short time, but the best way to use this attachment is to grip the tree trunk as low as possible, grip, and then simply pull it up and out of the ground.
All CID attachments come powder coated and with protective hose sleeves to keep them looking and running great for years.
Skid Steer Solutions, Inc. offers a 1-Year Limited NO-HASSLE Warranty on all attachment products and their accessories purchased from our website SkidSteerSolutions.com, please visit our warranty page for full details. Our warranty on parts and wear parts is dependent upon the manufacturer's warranty. Please visit our warranty page for more information. To learn about our returns policy, please visit our Shipping and Returns page for the full details.
The carbon steel market is poised to grow by 699.35 MT during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of almost 8% during the forecast period." (Source: Business Wire)
This is what we are seeing all across the industry; day after day new emails from vendor's telling us that their prices are rising, every order we make for materials needs to be revised because the last price is no longer valid, and for good reason. The cost of steel materials has been steadily increasing throughout 2020, and it unfortunately has not slowed into 2021. The reduced capacities of companies in this industry due to Covid-19 health and safety regulations continues to have an impact. As a result, we are forced to increase our list pricing for 2021 and add a steel surcharge to off-set the rising costs that is projected to continue this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have on our close and prospective customers. We we will do what we can to keep our prices low when the opportunities are found, but right now we are left with little options.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support.