When shopping for a skid steer brush cutter you may decide to check out used models, in some cases this can save some of your hard earned dollars. Keep in mind that used skid steer brush cutters will most likely not have a warranty so if parts are in need replacement or repairs are needed these will likely be an out of pocket expense.
One of the first factors you need to consider is purpose; whether you are going to use the brush cutter for clearing or maintaining personal property or if you will be using it for commercial jobs. This will determine the size and capacity of brush mower that you need to purchase. You don’t want to buy something that is going to be too big or too small for the task at hand.
Another factor to consider is the capacity of you skid steer, this is particularly important if you are looking at purchasing a commercial grade brush cutter. Make sure your skid steer has the hydraulic power to work the attachment and that the engine has the horse power to back the hydraulics.
Ask the seller for information such as the age, number of hours on the cutter, what the cutter was used for and if any repairs were previously required.
When buying a used skid steer brush cutter, be sure to get the owner’s manual from the seller. If they do not have the owner/operator manual, you can most likely get one from the manufacturer or online. Call us direct at 877-378-4642 to speak to a specialist if you have a question about a Used Skid Steer Brush Cutter.