Spartan Equipment is a leading provider of attachments and accessories Nationwide. We offer direct access to our products providing you with superior knowledge and pricing. Our company mission is to provide our clientele with the highest quality attachments and the expertise on how our products will satisfy their requirements. Spartan Equipment is an American privately owned company that has led the attachment industry with innovative ideas and products that has helped revolutionize attachments for Skid Steer Loaders, Compact Track Skid Steers, Mini Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Compact Tractors, Tractor Loader Backhoes and various other types of equipment.
All of our products are manufactured in the U S A We have vastly expanded the products we offer to include three distinct product series Economy Series, Professional Series and Industrial Series to meet each customer's budget and performance expectations.
Spartan Equipment has built a solid reputation in product innovation, customer service, and industry knowledge. As we move into the future, our #1 goal continues to be the same: provide our customers with great products and unsurpassed customer service. Our team at Spartan is committed to achieving those high standards every day.
Our Motto: 'Attachments That Never Surrender'
Attachments bred for hard work, patiently waiting to do their master’s will. These are the most brutal attachments in the world. Inspired by the soul of Leonidas to always conquer and never surrender.
Our Commitment: Spartan Quality
Spartan means proven toughness and dependability. Spartan Attachments are committed to delivering the market’s best quality most rugged and durable construction attachments in the industry.
Leonidas was a fifth century Spartan military king whose stand against the invading Persian army at the pass of Thermopylae in central Greece is one of the enduring tales of Greek heroism, invoked throughout Western history as the epitome of bravery exhibited against overwhelming odds. After the Persian army of Xerxes invaded Greece, the Spartan army prepared to join the armies of the other Greek states and march to face the Persians, but a religious festival delayed the departure of the army, so Leonidas bravely led a small force of Greeks, mostly his Spartan royal guard of 300 soldiers, but also Thespian and Thebans, against the much larger Persian army, at the pass of Thermopylae (Pillars of Fire) in 480 B.C. There, Leonidas and his men held the pass for 3 days (Their tight phalanx wall and discipline were no match for the Persians) and was defeated only after a Greek traitor revealed to the Persians the existence of a mountain trail that allowed them to outflank and attack the Greeks from the rear. All the Spartans and Thespians died, including Leonidas. Those 3 days gave valuable time to the Greek armies to prepare for battle and later defeat the Persians.