Protected by U.S. Patent No. D785,680
Designed for single track trail construction and maintenance, public works, contractors, ranchers and residential.
You can build approximately 1000 ft/hour of under 30" wide single track trails. Build trails uphill with ease and rolling dips in minutes. Pay for the Sutter 300 Mini Trail Dozer™ in less than one season with the savings realized from decreased labor costs.
Specifically designed, engineered and tested for single track trail making., wood lots, parks and recreation, city, county, state and federal maintenance work, ranchers, contractors and residential.
Sutter 300 Mini Trail Dozer™ Specs
Engine: Kubota V1505 Turbo
EPA Rating: Tier 3
Horsepower: 44 HP 3,000 RPM
Type: 4 cylinders
Cooling Medium: Water
Electrical System: 12 volts
Max Inclination, all angels: 30 degrees
Fuel Consumption (Avg): 1.0 Gal/Hr approx.
Sauer-Danfoss twin hydrostatic pumps and Auburn Gear 70,000 in. lb. torque hubs
Dual controls, full hydrostatic, counter-rotating
Gear Pump 11 g.p.m. 1200 PSI triple filtration, 10 microns
Track Frame: Rigid Frame
Track Rollers: 4 Bottom
Shoes per Track: 31
Track Width x Lth: 7" x 48"
Ground pressure: 5.9 PSI
Service Refill capacity
Fuel Tank: 6.5 Gal
Hydraulic System: 19 gal
Crankcase: 6 Qt
Cooling System: 3 Gal.
2" and 1/2" high tensile steel, unitized with full belly pan, hardened steel pins and bushings, designed for heavy mini dozer services.
Length (with blade) 8'
Ground Clearance: 4"
Gross Weight (with blade): 4360 lbs
Travel Speed: 0-5 MPH
Max Blade Lift: 13"
Max Blade Drop: 10"
Max Blade Angle: 30 degrees
Max Blade Tilt: 25 degrees
3 LED Lights
"Overall, I was very impressed with the quality and capabilities of the machine..."
"...staff is falling in love with the machine." "BEST money we’ve spent in the Open Space."
Nancy Dawson Dollard
Supervising Ranger, Open Space
City of Walnut Creek, CA
Sutter 300 Winch
Mountable in the front (on the blade) or back (under the seat).
Sutter 300 Ripper
Sutter 300 Extreme Cover
Stands up to snow, wind, rain, hail and bird droppings!
BLM single track trail near Grand Junction, CO.