Economy Silt Fence Plow
The Economy Plow was developed for anyone who installs silt fence once in a while and does not require a commercial grade Silt Fence Plow. Home builders and developers are an example of the users of the Economy Plow. It is not designed for heavy duty commercial use or waterway fabric installations.
Model ES-SFP36 Dedicated Skid Loader Mounted Economy Silt Fence Plow with 36" Fabric Chute
Please Note: A Hyd. Top Link cylinder is required for proper operation of “The Silt Fence Plow” when attached to the 3 point hitch of a tractor.
Approved for a Minimum of 35 HP FWD tractor with a minimum weight of 3,000 lbs and up to 60 HP FWD tractors.
Approved for use on up to 75 Hp tracked skid loaders.
Patents 7,144,202 - 7,044,689
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TSA-1051 – Three Point Hitch to Skid loader Adapter Bracket
The TSA-1051 Three Point to Skid loader Adapter Bracket allows a dedicated skid loader mounted machine to be operated off the three point hitch of a tractor. It has Cat I and II three point hitch mountings. A hyd. top link is required when using the TSA-1051 mounting on Silt Fence Plows and is recommended when using it on any other skid loader attachment.
HTL-1055 – Hydraulic Top Link Cylinder
The hydraulic top link cylinder goes in place of the rigid top link on the tractors 3 point hitch. It is required with the three point mounted plows for proper operation. It allows the angle of the knife of "The Silt Fence Plow" to be ajdusted so the plow does not nose dive or come out of the ground.
FC-1136 - 36" & FC-1148 - 48" Fabric Curtains
The fabric curtain is a plastic divider that separates the fabric so it does not rub against itself when going through the fabric chute. It is only needed when using non woven fabrics to prevent the fabric from grabbing itself and pulling down. With the slick woven fabric, the divider is not needed.
CPS-1050 – Center Pull Skid Loader Mounting Plate
The skid loader mounting plate can be pinned on the three point hitch model plows to allow them to be pulled backwards with a skid loader.