Best Attachments for Compact Construction Equipment in Two Rivers, WI
Selecting which attachments to get for your compact construction equipment may seem a bit overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. One of the many great things about compact construction attachments is a lot of them can connect to multiple machines. If you have a skid steer, a compact track loader, and a compact wheel loader, your attachment will likely work on all three, depending on which model machine and attachment you get. John Deere has over 100 models of compact construction equipment attachments and our team at Eis Implement in Two Rivers, Wisconsin is dedicated to finding the models that work best for you.
With 10 different bucket designs (light-material, multipurpose, dirt, rock, rollout buckets, utility, tooth, grading-heel, foundry, construction) and numerous model sizes, there are endless ways having a bucket can be beneficial on a job site (and on the farm). Buckets are great for hauling material of all types, whether it be dirt, rocks, or concrete. They are also good for separating rocks from loose dirt, evenly distributing materials, smoothing/grading surfaces, and digging. John Deere’s buckets can be used on skid steers, compact track loaders, and compact wheel loaders.
If you are needing an attachment for concrete demolition and breaking through rocks, hydraulic hammers are the way to go. John Deere’s hydraulic hammers are the fastest hammers on the market which means you can get more work done faster, talk about being efficient. There are also various Bit options you can choose from to make sure you are getting the most break for your buck. Some of the bits options are moil point, spade, and compact plate. The John Deere hydraulic hammers are compatible with John Deere’s skid steers, compact excavators, and compact where loaders.
Whether your job site is for construction work or landscaping, having a trencher can make your work days much easier and less exhausting. Trenchers are great for digging narrow trenches for utility lines, sprinkler systems, and drainage pipe. John Deere’s trenchers are built with a skid shoe and indicator to give you increased control over how deep you are digging. These trenchers are designed with the operators comfort in mind from allowing easy access to the operators station to having a spring loaded boom that decreases the jolts the operator feels. John Deere’s trenchers were made for skid steers and compact track loaders.
When people think of rotary cutters, they often think of mowing down grass and giving a pasture a fresh cut, which they are great for, but they can also be used for much heavier duty jobs. John Deere built several different size rotary cutters that fit different needs. Their lighter duty cutters are great for giving your field a fresh and crisp cut, and for mowing down overgrown grass along a ditch. Their mid to heavy duty machines are great for clearing brush and trees. These cutters are perfect for clearing paths through trees for riding ATVs such as John Deere Gators. John Deere’s rotary cutters are compatible on skid steers and compact track loaders.
Need to make quick work of underbush? Look no further. John Deere’s mulch heads were built for just that. Their two-speed hydraulic system makes the most of available horsepower. They can make quick work of trees up to 8 inches wide. With these mulch head attachments you can chew up the trees and polish off the stump, leaving the land smooth and ready for it’s next purpose. John Deere’s mulchers are designed with heavy duty push bars to keep trees from falling back on the cab of your machine. The mulcher chamber is designed to allow materials to flow through without bogging down the mulch head. John Deere’s mulch heads are designed to fit skid steers and compact track loaders.
When the winter months roll through, few attachments are more useful than a snow blower. You can say goodbye to the cold hands and sore arms that are inevitably the result of shoveling snow, and say hello to a comfortable seat and no sore muscles if you get a John Deere snow blower. John Deere’s snow blowers can throw snow up to 45 ft. from where you are working. There are three series in John Deere’s line up, the B, the D, and the H, which means we are sure to have a snow blower that meets your properties needs. You can use it to clear your driveway, a path to your barn/shop. John Deere’s snow blowers fit on compact track loaders, compact wheel loaders, and skid steers.
To get your hands on one or several of these compact construction equipment attachments, swing by Eis Implements and we will be more than happy to help you. We treat our customers like family, which means we wouldn’t suggest you buy anything we don’t believe would truly be beneficial to you. Come by Eis Implement so we can welcome you into the family.