The driving force behind SKIL has always been innovation, going back to the Model E circular saw. Introduced in 1924, The Model E was the first portable circular saw, pioneering the use of a worm drive and a die-cast aluminum motor housing. Its successor, the Skilsaw Model 77 became the bench-mark of portable circular saws.
Every Toro trencher provides a low center of gravity and large footprint, which increase ability on side hills and soft ground conditions, and a track design that enables a zero-turn capability. The TRX-20 is the first tracked, dedicated walk-behind trenchers to have tracks instead of wheels. Tracks - combined with Toro's exclusive easy-to-use control system - provide unparalleled maneuverability, all while offering the ultimate in operational performance.
A frequently asked question from those not in the construction industry is, "What's the difference between Link-Belt and LBX?"
The short answer: Essentially nothing. Both brands are Link-Belt brands and are referred to as such. But while they do share the Link-Belt name, the Link-Belt Construction Equipment Company and Link-Belt Excavators (LBX Company) are, in fact, two separate companies.
GEHL knows all about Vertical-Lift Skid Loader and it shows in the GEHL V330 Vertical-Lift Skid Loader. The design of the cab is to suit any operator to be easy to use. Besides the ease-of-use for the operators, the lifting capabilities exceed expectations with thew new designed hydraulic system.