INTRODUCING THE VAIL PRODUCTS X-RIPPER
Vail Products is proud to announce a new product to the construction, excavation and site prep industry, the Vail X-RIPPER! The VAIL X-RIPPER is an exciting addition to the world-renowned Vail Products line of attachments. The X-RIPPER is vastly superior to the rippers currently used today in the construction, excavation and site preparation industries. The Vail X-RIPPER has a WIDE array of new and improved features including a contoured tooth/adapter design, a lifting eye positioned for handling ease, and a center of gravity that enables optimal storage and presentation. In addition, the Vail
X-RIPPER has increased strength and service life, streamlined gusseting for minimal material build-up, and the Vail X-RIPPER works with or without pin style quick couplers.
High-strength steel along with best-in-class manufacturing makes the Vail X-RIPPER the easiest to handle and toughest ripper in the industry. Add the Vail X-RIPPER to your attachments and expand your versatility and enhance your productivity.
Vail Products (a division of Hammersmith Mfg. & Sales Inc.) is the leading manufacturer of aftermarket Severe Duty Ripper Systems. This includes a full line of hydraulically operated, rear-mounted parallel rippers for crawler dozers and loaders; ripper/scarifiers (front, center, rear) for motor graders; pivotal backup rippers for dozers and loaders; and the Rip-N-Pin, a patented, rear-mounted bucket attachment with a pivotal shank design that adds ripper versatility to backhoe and excavator buckets without the need for changeover. Vail Products also offers a line of Grubbers for brush removal, and a Stump Shear for stump splitting and wood debris downsizing. Vail Products are designed for strength and durability to fit any subsoil condition, and are marketed exclusively through a nationwide network of over 1,000 O.E.M. and used equipment dealers.
For more information, please visit our website at www.vailproducts.com.
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