ASV expands line of branded attachments

By Jenny LescohierMay 23, 2022

New line of attachments are tested to ensure maximum efficiency and performance with ASV equipment

ASV has expanded its new line of branded attachments for use on ASV machines, now including augers and bits, breakers, trenchers and soil conditioners. 

The attachments are tested to ensure maximum efficiency and performance with ASV equipment. Plus, contractors can benefit from working with a single point of contact for a comprehensive package of ASV equipment and attachments.

Earlier this year, ASV Holdings Inc. - manufacturer of all-purpose and all-season compact track loaders and skid steers - announced the first ASV-branded attachments including a full range of buckets, pallet forks, grapples and brush mowers.

“ASV is excited to further expand its line of branded attachments with the addition of trenchers, augers and bits, breakers and soil conditioners for CTLs and skid steers,” said Frank Gangi, attachments product manager for the ASV brand. “These new attachments are the perfect option for contractors who need enhanced versatility and want the guarantee that the tool is perfectly matched to their ASV machine.”

The attachments are available through ASV’s dealer network and include a two-year warranty with all parts and support available directly through ASV. Additionally, each attachment is matched and tested for use with ASV machines for compatibility contractors can trust.

“Our goal with these attachments is to increase accessibility for contractors to take on more jobs with their CTL or skid steer,” said Gangi. “We’ve designed our line of attachments with durable paint and heavy-duty construction to hold up to whatever the job site brings.”

The expanded line of ASV attachments is simple to finance, according to ASV. Eligible commercial buyers who purchase an ASV machine through an ASV dealer have the option to finance the attachment with their machine.

In related news, ASV introduced it’s largest CTL to date late last year, the MAX-Series RT-135 Forestry Posi-Track loader. Featuring 10% more horsepower than its predecessor, ASV’s RT-120, the 12,990-lb RT-135F is designed to give operators the ability to maintain best-in-class machine performance while operating high-flow attachments.

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