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Virnig Manufacturing's Skid Steer Attachment Naming System Explained

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Sep 7, 2021 at 7:00 AM

You may or may not have noticed, but Virnig attachments don’t have names like “Medium Duty,” “Heavy Duty,” “Extreme Duty,” and the like. Instead, we have the V-Series: V30, V40, V50, V60. While our naming system is a bit different when you first come across it, it really makes understanding the product line much simpler.

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Introducing Two New Mini Skid Steer Brush Cutter Attachments

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Sep 7, 2021 at 6:30 AM

Virnig Manufacturing’s new open front and closed front mini skid steer brush cutters are designed to cut down up to 3” diameter trees and clear grass and brush for a maintained finish.

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Introducing New Low Profile Water Kit for Pick-Up Broom

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Sep 7, 2021 at 6:30 AM

The new Low Profile Water Kit option for the Virnig Pick-Up Broom attachment has a tapered tank for better visibility.

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Introducing New Pick-Up Broom with Internal Water Tank

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Sep 7, 2021 at 6:30 AM

This patent pending skid steer broom features an internal water tank with industry leading capacity to control dust without compromise. The protected 55-gallon tank located in rear of bucket provides 35 minutes of continuous runtime. Translucent tank with capacity indicators for viewing water level while sitting in the cab. The guarded adjustable valve regulates water pressure to the nozzles. Broom is available in two sizes: 72” and 84”.

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Skid Steer Forestry Mulcher FAQS You Need to Know

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Aug 17, 2021 at 10:30 AM

Curious about skid steer forestry mulchers? Our experts get you up to speed, and answer all your frequently asked questions below.

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How to Look Up Virnig Attachment Manuals Online

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Mar 9, 2021 at 3:27 PM

It's important to have the manual for your attachment on hand, as it provides nearly everything that you will need to know about the operation and maintenance of your equipment. From safety warnings and procedures to details about specific parts, your attachment manual is a valuable resource.

We make it easy for you to access all Virnig manuals by using our online lookup tool. The following will walk you through the steps to find your manual, as well as share information about our other online tools.

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How to Use Electrical Auxiliary Functions on Joysticks or a Switch Box

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Mar 4, 2021 at 1:18 PM

As an operator, learning to master your electrical controls is essential to getting the job done with accuracy and efficiency. From selecting the proper grade to the configuration of your Hydraulic Snow Blade Pusher, knowing how to use the electrical controls of your equipment can save time and greatly reduce frustration.

The following instructions are applicable to joysticks or switch boxes used with our Angle Broom, Power Rake, Dozer Blade, Snow Blower, and Hydraulic Snow Blade Pusher attachments.

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How to Check the Fluid Levels of a Brush Cutter

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Mar 2, 2021 at 8:18 AM

Clearing brush can be very tiring, but having the right equipment can make it a lot easier. However, it is important to manage the care and upkeep of your equipment to ensure that you’re getting the job done effectively. This post will describe how to check the fluid levels of Virnig brush cutter attachments, so that you can clear dense terrains with ease. 

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How to Replace Wafers on an Angle Broom

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Feb 23, 2021 at 10:45 AM

Skid steer broom attachments are beneficial for quickly clearing debris or light snow from surfaces. It is crucial to keep your broom in good working condition so that you’re always functioning at peak performance. This post will detail how to replace the wafers on an Angle Broom.

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How to Replace Wafers on a Pick-Up Broom

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Feb 3, 2021 at 4:29 PM

The job you've tasked your attachment with is only as good as the condition the attachment is in. Does that make sense? To ensure your equipment runs at optimal performance, you'll have to manage the care and upkeep of all attachments in your arsenal. This post will cover how to replace the wafers on a Pick-Up Broom—a job you're definitely cut out for.

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