Road planers for skid steers

Fixed tooth road planer for skid steers up to 120 hp.

The RPL/SSL is a road planer for skid steers from 60 to 120 hp, capable of milling up to 7 in deep and is available in three widths of 18, 24 and 30 cm. 
The RPL/SSL is ideal for road preparation before ading a new layer of asphalt or concrete, or to simplify excavation operations. Self-leveling skids and tilt ensure optimal results. Operational precision is ensured by the hydraulic drive system as well as practical depth and cutting indicators. The line is completed with teeth specifically designed for asphalt and concrete road surfaces.

Working depth

6.7 in max


from 60 to 120 hp

Most important features
Diverter valve

For hydraulic control of the hood

Plug & play pairing

with leading skid steers on the market

Standard equipment

    • Anti-shock block Valve with relief and anticavitation valves
    • Hydraulic side shifting
    • Enclosed / anti dust machine body
    • Working pressure control gauge
    • Hydraulic hoses for connections
    • Mechanical floating tilt system
    • Independent hydraulic skid's control
    • Mobile sides-frame
    • 860 cc fixed displacement hydraulic piston motor (RPL/SSL 45-60)
    • Interchangeable and wear resistant Hardox® skids
    • Asphalt round bit teeth
    • Cutting indicator
    • 940 cc fixed displacement hydraulic piston motor (RPL/SSL 75)
    • Direct drive motor transmission

Original FAE tools

Unmatched performance
Teeth R 44/A| FAE
Teeth R 44/A
Ideal for:
Paved roads
Paved roads
Teeth R 44/C | FAE
Teeth R 44/C
Ideal for:
Paved roads
Paved roads


Multiple tooth options | FAE
Multiple tooth options
Water spray system WSS Basic | FAE
Water spray system WSS Basic
Adaptor wiring | FAE
Adaptor wiring
SAE attachment frame with integrated water tank
Water Spray System

The Water Spray System has the dual function of cooling and mixing.
The cooling function, useful when the machines work as an asphalt cutter (see multi-task machines), has the advantage of limiting the temperature of the rotor and teeth in contact with the asphalt, preventing it from overheating.
The mixing system, on the other hand, is useful in stabilization operations (see multi-task machines and stabilizers) in which the soil and the stabilizing agent are mixed with water.
In fact, at this stage, the addition of water to the mixing chamber improves binding between the stabilizing agent and the soil, optimizing the result of the consolidation work.

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