Compact Equipment

OCT 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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36 Compact Equipment OCTOBER 2018 Cat Multi V-Plow Cat Multi V-Plow for Cat skid steer loaders, multi terrain loaders, com- pact track loaders and compact wheel loaders are versatile attachments for snow removal applications with the capability to hydraulically angle five different blade configurations. Push, plow, sweep or scoop snow and ice to clear surfaces and restore safe passage to driveways, sidewalks, parking lots and roadways. The curved moldboard design rolls and folds the snow while windrowing, minimizing snow clinging to its surface and spilling over the top. For more info, visit Hiniker Tailgate Spreaders The new Hiniker stainless steel tailgate spreader provides optimal control for material spreading applications. The No-Dribble bubble auger design means the flow stops when the auger stops. The spreader features a conve- nient in-cab variable-speed controller with blast control and control for an optional vibrator. Hiniker's high-quality, brushed-finish 304 stainless steel hoppers are available in 6- and 10-cu-ft capacities. An optional swing-away hitch provides easy access to the truck bed and tailgate. For more info, visit Wacker Neuson Snowblower Wacker Neuson's 48-in. wide, heavy-duty, high-flow P-680 offers a bal- anced auger and hydraulically driven motor that is durable enough to pow- er through hard packed snow and ice. The lightweight, balanced rotor can survive harsh conditions, while reinforced sides and fully encased bearings prolong life by increasing durability of wearable components. Quick adjust skid shoes and easy chute rotation allow for adjustment and easy mainte- nance. For more info, visit SNOW ATTACHMENTS

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