Boleo Skid-steer attachments are compatible with most skid-steer brands, so many of our customers can use their existing machines to get the job done.
Compatible brands include but are not limited to: John Deere | Bobcat | JCB | Caterpillar | Gehl | Kubota | CASE | Mustang | New Holland | Wacker Neuson | Terex
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Attachments are almost all interchangeable among the different brands and models of skid steers, compact track loaders, thanks to a universal skid steer loader attachment bracket called the "quick attach." Even some compact tractors and compact wheel loaders use the same system, giving you the ability to share attachments among multiple machines and brands.
Attachments drive the decision
A skid steer’s auxiliary hydraulic system provides the hydraulic flow that drives the machine’s attachments. The key to remember is that not all attachments have the same hydraulic flow requirement.
The most common system is the standard-flow auxiliary hydraulics package. Although flow rates differ by manufacturer and skid steer model, the flow rate of a standard-flow system ranges from 17 to 24 gallons per minute (gpm). Standard-flow auxiliary hydraulics are included on all skid steers from the factory and operate on the same pressure that the machine’s main hydraulics operate on, which is approximately 3,000 to 3,500 pounds per square inch (psi). A standard-flow system powers many of the most common hydraulic attachments on the market, such as 4-in-1 buckets, hydraulic hammers, augers, trenchers and grapples.
A high-flow auxiliary hydraulics system is a second option that further increases a skid steer’s versatility and productivity. As with standard-flow, it operates on the same pressures (approximately 3,000/3,500 psi) the main hydraulic circuits operate on. The flow rate, however, ranges from 30 to 38 gpm. A high-flow system can be factory-installed as an option or installed later in the field. It powers production-type attachments that require a high flow rate to perform as specified. Examples include cold planers, many snow blowers, rock saws, small mulchers, and chipper/shredders.
When even more hydraulic power is required, an enhanced high-flow auxiliary hydraulics package is available. This high-performance option has flow rates that are similar to a skid steer with a high-flow package, yet it operates up to 4,000 psi. Examples of attachments that require an enhanced high-flow system include larger cold planers, larger mulchers used to clear brush and small trees, and a large rock saws you might find in an aggregates operation.
Also available is a secondary auxiliary hydraulics system for applications that require multiple hydraulic movements simultaneously. This would include the side shift function on a cold planer or stump grinder, snow blower for direction change on the chute, or a tree spade with down riggers.