The Bobcat attachments you usually use during the summer months can also be used for certain winter work as well. Just like with any other Bobcat attachments, they should be used in the most dynamic way possible. That is why you always need to consider what you have laying around during the winter as potential money makers.Read More
Bobcat attachments are some of the most effective tools to handle complex task and this the silt fence installer is one more example of just that kind of tool. Anyone who has ever tried to install a silt fence with anything other than a Bobcat attachment installer knows how awful it can be.Read More
Of the Bobcat attachments that work great for snow removal, the snow pusher is one of the premier tools for the job. This attachment is the healthy alternative to snow plows when there is just too much snow to push in a short amount of time.Read More
Using Bobcat attachments for winter snow removal can turn a warm weather-only machine into a year-round money maker. It doesn’t matter whether you are using a snow plow, a snow pusher, a snow blower, or a snow bucket, any of these tools can keep a landscaper working when he originally thought he was going to have to spend the winter cooling his heels.Read More
For Bobcat attachments, there is one that stands out in the landscaping arena above others. It is the grapple that grabs and cuts. The V-cutter grapple is a unique Bobcat attachment because not only does it pick up and grab, but it shears small trees and makes it easier on the landscaper that is needing to clear a property full of wild growth.Read More
One of the Bobcat attachments that has so many dynamic features that it can be used on just about any job site is the tine grapple. These Bobcat attachments feature spearing tines conveniently located at the head of a bucket, with two large upper claws that can clamp down on your load for secure handling. Can you imagine what you could do with this? Brush and scrap grappling. Clean up debris at a disaster site. Work on building sites or in barnyards. The possibilities are limitless.
Consider the makeup of these Bobcat attachments before you start planning. Depending on the size (they come in five sizes), these Bobcat attachments range between 9 and 13 tines, are 22 inches high by 38 inches deep, and they all weigh over 1,000 pounds. The tines are 5.25 inches apart and 30 inches long, which includes a 21-degree spearing angle. The sizes range from 60 to 84 inches and they are skid steer rated for handling extra heavy loads.
The design and assembly speaks volumes for these Bobcat attachments. It features reinforced bucket backs to allow heavy pulling and the grapple jaw operates independently from the rest of attachment. What makes the tine grapples so strong isn’t their features though, it’s from the assembly. All metals are preheated before welding. Welds typically bond at the surface, but these preheated metals actually penetrate each other for grip as well as fusion to make some very strong Bobcat attachments.
Can you imagine what type of work a bucket with spears pointing out of it and grapple jaws on top of it can do? Scoop loads of hay, sift and retrieve rocks or tear down and remove brush. Make this dynamic tine grapple your go to tool for certain odd jobs that need a little creative approach. The tine grapple certainly is the tool for creativity.Read More