No matter which type of machine you have, you will eventually either purchase the Model 10, Model 15C, Model 15H, Model 30C, or Model 30H Auger.
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Dig holes with speed and plumb-line accuracy using a Bobcat auger attachment. Using heavy-duty hydraulics, the auger attachment bites into any soil condition with ease and efficiency. Even in hard and rocky soil, the high torque keeps the auger steady and powerful to maintain performance. The entire drive unit follows the bit into the hole, adding an extra foot of dig depth over the standard unit. And the unique knuckle joint design allows the auger attachment to dig verticals holes even when operating on uneven terrain. The auger attachment maximizes carrier versatility, going between loaders and excavators with ease and minimum downtime. Whether digging holes for posts, piers, poles, or trees, the auger attachment is a powerful tool in any soil and on any terrain.
Added Digging Depth: Gain an extra foot of dig depth over the standard unit because the entire drive unit follows the bit into the hole.
Combination Hex and Round Output Shaft: A patented Bobcat technology, the combination output shaft allows for both hex and round bits to be utilized, maximizing parts versatility. Models 15C and 30C.
Direct Drive Motor: Provides high torque as well as pre-use positioning for accurate hole placement, providing smoother operation and optimum performance while extending the life of the attachment.
Improved Mounting System: Easy and efficient for attaching the auger to the carrier.
Increased Torque: Keeps the auger’s performance steady and powerful even when operating in hard or rocky soil conditions.
Raise the boom arms. Tilt the auger forward until the auger is vertical. Engage the hydraulics into detent position. Slowly lower the lift arms until the auger makes contact with the surface. Apply a small amount of down force to the auger. Be careful not to apply too much, or the hydraulic motor may stall.
As the auger is going down, slowly backup to keep the auger vertical. Drill down part way, stop the auger and then pull it out off the hole. Swing to the side and reverse the auger to clean the spoil off. Repeat this two or three times per hole for optimum digging performance.
|Model 10 Auger||Model 15C/15H Auger||Model 30C/30H Auger|
|Operating Weight||140 lbs||215 lbs||231 lbs|
|Length||8.44 in||10.59 in||10.59 in|
|Width||9.18 in||10.23 in||10.23 in|
|Height||N/A||20.65 in||20.65 in|
|Dig Depth (without extensions)||58 in||62 in||62 in|
|Operating Weight (Less Bit)||264 lbs||406 lbs||425 lbs|