Solaris Excavator Tree Slayers 

This Excavator Tree Slayers have one function – to cut down trees and brush – and it does it well. The Excavator Tree Slayers are ideal for farmers, tree service companies, DOT’s, municipalities, or anyone who wants to maintain their property. This dependable cutter will devour trees, brush and overgrowth. Even if you are using a tractor or skid steer with a rotary cutter, the Excavator Tree Slayer is a great complement to this type of equipment.

The Solaris Tree Slayer is a professional grade excavator attachment that serves non-professional landowners or hobbyist farmers just as well. We offer you models starting at around 12 gallons/per minute (gpm) all the way to 60 gpm, depending on what size excavator you have – there are many different options. We can fit any kind of quick-coupler, pin-grabber or straight pin configuration, no problem.

In addition, the deck configuration is made of ¼” thick AR400 Steel surrounded by 2” Steel tubing reinforcement. The rear portion of the deck is outfitted with large, heavy-duty ¾” steel teeth that allow you to do some light stump-grubbing or otherwise help get you out of a difficult jam. No one else offers such features and heavy-duty design. The motor is well covered and shielded from any debris. The standard feature is a 130 hp motor with a direct drive motor driving a gear box – for the toughest environments and efficient brush elimination.

We offer the Excavator Tree Slayer in four different widths:

  • 36”
  • 42”
  • 48”
  • 60”

This equipment is 100% made in the USA with American Steel. Besides manufacturing much of our equipment, at Solaris we also hand-pick other manufacturers whom we represent, knowing they share the same values as we do – to offer you, our valued customer, the absolute best, most reliable and durable attachments at a reasonable price.

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