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Tilt Attachment

Discussion in 'Skid Steers' started by SNOW JW, Oct 30, 2016.

  1. SNOW JW

    SNOW JW Member

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    Is there any tilt attachments that have a float feature that would let the bucket move with the slope of the land for berms and such??
     
  2. ironjunkie

    ironjunkie Well-Known Member

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    All of SS's/CTL's have "boom" float that I've ever seen. Now if your talking about the bucket itself curling in & out, I don't think so.
    Every " " that I remember usually with the boom control pushed all the way forward or down (toe) past a detent of some sort. You should be able to feel passing this detent in the control. (hand or foot). I'm not sure at all with the newer e/h or pilot controls, but I'm sure there is a way.
     
  3. Tones

    Tones Senior Member

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    Do you mean tilt, same as dozer blade?