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Skid Steer 680 Hydraulic Concrete Breaker | AGT-SSHH-680A

20 in stock, ready to be shipped
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Original price $2,422.00
Original price $2,422.00 - Original price $2,422.00
Original price $2,422.00
Current price $2,299.00
$2,299.00 - $2,299.00
Current price $2,299.00

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  1. Recommended  nitrogen pressure: 210 PSI 
  2. The tank is empty, you need to rent a nitrogen tank or add nitrogen yourself
  3.  Click here to see how to add nitogen (11:00-17:00)
  4. Drill Rod: Purchase Here


Click here for more about our skid steer breaker

You can replace the breaker rod with the post driver rod.

Technical Details

Operating weight 550 lbs
Working pressure 210 psi
Working flow  9.5-16 GPM (36-60 L/min)
Impact rate 500-900 BPM
Impact energy 600 joule
Chisel diameter 2.7" (68mm)
Hydraulic hose diameter  1/2"
Ear spacing - inside 10.2" (258mm)
Ear spacing - outside 11.4" (290mm)
Pin center to center 8.8" (224mm)
Package Dimensions 50.39" × 24.01" × 23.62"
Shipping weight 870.82 lbs


The Skid Steer Concrete Breaker, featuring a 2.7" chisel, is perfect for tasks that require both light and medium effort, making it popular among demolishers, landscapers, and those working on construction sites.

With the striking power of up to 400-900 Blows Per Minute.


  • 680 Skid Steer Concrete Breaker has Maximized power-to-weight ratio breaking strength
  • The nitrogen-charged operation provides superior braking efficiency
  • Bottom tie rod bolted design provides easy maintenance
  • Tool bushing for quick, easy replacement
  • Quick-change lugging configuration design

  • Solutions to common problems

    The hammer is not working after the installation

    1. Improper bushing replacement. Refit the inner bushing. Make sure to use the original.
    2. Quick couplers are installed wrong. Check connectors and replace them as needed.
    3. Supply hoses have been reversed. The pressure line from the pump must be connected to the port marked IN. The return line connects to the port marked OUT.
    4. Nitrogen pressure is too high, Release nitrogen and recharge as needed. 

    Why does the hydraulic hammer suddenly stop hammering?

    • The backhead pressure is too high. Release nitrogen and recharge as specified.
    • The backhead is filled with oil. Disassemble the back head and replace the seal.
    • The control valve is stuck. Disassemble and clean the valve, and replace the worn valve.
    • Oil flow is not sufficient. Repair the pump, and adjust the hammer valve.


    Nitrogen Pressure