You have invested a fair amount of your hard earned money in the purchase of a skid steer so why not protect that investment with an anti-theft device. These devices range from a simple locking mechanism like the wheel lock to the more sophisticated anti-theft system that requires a key fob or security code to turn on the equipment.
Safety enhancing accessories are a must to consider. Mirrors, lighting systems and back up cameras are a good start, but why stop there? Other handy accessories are step systems that make mounting and dismounting the skid steer safer; tire chains for safer navigation in icy conditions; and a must – the fire extinguisher.
Fit your skid steer with a trailer hitch to make rearranging your storage building or yard easier. Just hook up that trailer or boat and easily move it where you want.
Now on to the really fun stuff, accessories that maybe not a necessity, but would make your skid steer experience more enjoyable. Who says you have to be miserable while you work?
One of the biggest comforts, especially in the rainy spring months, cold fall months and snowy winter months, is the cab enclosure. Cab enclosures are available with a variety of options; nylon and/or vinyl, locking or non-locking doors, with or without wipers, windows on all sides to increase visibility and many more. Cab heaters are also available.
Other accessories include; steel mesh doors, tailgate locks, attachment control box, harnesses and adaptors, tires and tracks and tool boxes.
What are you waiting for? Get out there and accessorize!
Go to our skid steer snow plow page to get more information, or call us direct at 877-378-4642 to speak to a specialist.