Bobcat root grapples

A range of root-grapple attachments has been launched by Bobcat for use with the company's compact loader products.

The grapples are designed to provide a quick and convenient way to clear a site of roots, rocks and debris and the five models are suited to landscaping, construction and grounds maintenance.

The 0.91m model is approved for use on the Bobcat S70 skid-steer loader and MT55 mini tracked loader while the 1.22m model is suited for the S100 skid steer and T110 compact tracked loader. The 1.68m model fits on skid steers from the S150 to the S205, plus the T190 tracked loader. The larger 1.83m and 2.08m units can be used on S175 to S850 skids, the T190 to T870 compact tracked loaders and the A770 all-wheel steer loader.

Each grapple has a fully enclosed mounting frame to minimise flexing, and curved teeth to enable material to be picked up without driving into the ground.

Inertia-welded cylinder ends permit smooth operation.


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