Utility Fleet

Brutus UTV


November 30, 2015 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Polaris</em></p>

The 2016 Brutus UTV models introduce new enhancements and attachments that deliver more productivity, versatility, and comfort. With various attachments, the Brutus UTV can lift, grab, grade, scoop, sweep, blow, mow and plow.

One new feature is an ergonomic joystick with an integrated toggle that allows the driver to raise, lower, tilt, and move power take-off (PTO) attachments without taking his hand off the joystick. This comes standard on MY-16 vehicles, and the upgrade kit is compatible with all earlier model Brutus HDPTO vehicles.

The updated Brutus snow blower has a cutting width of 62 inches and a height of 21 inches. The two-stage blower has a hydraulic chute rotator that is controlled from inside the cab. An extreme-duty cogged belt drive with automatic tensioner provides smooth operation and drastically reduces the need for drive maintenance, according to the company.

The joystick-controlled landplane attachment makes grading, leveling, and aerating soil simple. It breaks up and smooths out rugged terrain and features a unique back drag to level out the soil. An optional scarifier kit helps break up hard soil, while a screen kit allows the operator to carry and sift material. When not used for grading, the landplane doubles as a sod peeler or aerator, or it can be used to transport materials around the worksite.

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