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  • A versatile, cost-effective attachment no landscaping crew should be without 
  • Prepare the soil while leveling and filling in fewer passes  
  • Rotating drum has carbide-tipped teeth that rip through clumps and penetrate the soil 
  • Level and grade a surface by locking the drum for a box blade effect 

 

Features & Benefits

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Carbide-Tipped Teeth

Easily rip through hardpan and pulverize clumps for maximum ground penetration. Individual teeth are replaceable for easy attachment maintenance. 

Direct Drive Hydraulic Motor

The direct-drive motor eliminates the need for sprockets and chains, resulting in a more durable product that requires minimal maintenance. Discover the advantages in the quality and design comparison video. 

Drum Positioning

Lock the drum for a box blade effect, or allow the drum to float for preparing soil without altering land features. Learn more about this feature in the performance challenge video. 

Foam-Filled Tires

Featured on the 72-inch and 84-inch high-flow models, foam-filled tires provide better uptime protection by eliminating flat tires on the jobsite. 

Integrated Controls

Control the angle and depth from integrated controls inside the cab. Compare the controls of other brands by watching the performance challenge video. 

Front Bolster

Designed with a wide stance, the front bolster provides enough room between the wheels and drum to let material in front of the drum, delivering better grade control. Flip the bolster up to create extra room for storage or when transporting. Compare the design of other brands in the performance challenge video. 

Oscillating Bolster

The oscillating bolster keeps the drum parallel to the ground and minimizes elevation changes from bumps and potholes. Watch the performance challenge video to see it in action. 

Increased Drum Torque

High-flow models feature increased drum torque for moving more dirt and grading more efficiently. Increased drum torque is especially beneficial when operating in rich soils. 

Removable End Plates

Use the removable end plates to achieve a box blade effect. When removable end plates are attached, soil in front of the drum is carried along and can be used to fill in low spots for an even finish. Without, material is pushed to the side and can later be picked up with a bucket. 

Rubber Flap

The rubber flap keeps large material from going over the drum and allows finer material through. 

Top Tasks

  • Level ground 
  • Clear debris 
  • Till soil 
  • Tear out sod 
  • Smooth ruts 
  • Move material 
  • Grade topsoil 
  • Cut swales 
  • Prepare ground for seeding and sodding 

How It Works

The drum’s carbide-tipped teeth rip through hardpan and pulverize clumps. Clumps are ground up, and rocks and other debris are windrowed to the edge of the jobsite. A rubber flap above the drum keeps larger material from going over the drum while allowing fine materials through for a smooth finish. The drum rotates in either direction for operating in forward or reverse. Box blade end wings   help move large amounts of material and fill in low spots. 

Oscillation keeps the drum parallel to the ground and helps minimize the effect of bumps and potholes, resulting in a smoother finish in fewer passes. The oscillating bolster (standard on larger models) combined with hydraulic depth and angle controls also make it easy to cut swales for drainage and to sculpt the land.

 

Soil Conditioner - High-Flow, 72"

Soil Conditioner - High-Flow, 84"

Soil Conditioner - Hydraulic, 72"

Soil Conditioner - Hydraulic, 84"

Soil Conditioner - Manual, 48"

Soil Conditioner - Manual, 72"

General

Operating Weight

1110 lb

1268 lb

1110 lb

1268 lb

636 lb

1110 lb

Length

67.9 in

67.9 in

67.9 in

67.9 in

57.9 in

67.9 in

Width

86.2 in

98.2 in

86.2 in

98.2 in

60.6 in

86.2 in

Height

30 in

29.7 in

30 in

29.7 in

28.9 in

30 in

Number of Teeth

121 

141 

121 

141 

81 

121 

Degree of Angle

25 degrees Left or Right 

25 degrees Left or Right 

25 degrees Left or Right 

25 degrees Left or Right 

25 degrees Left or Right 

25 degrees Left or Right 

Width (Fully Angled)

65 in

76 in

65 in

76 in

46 in

65 in

Flow Range Min

25 gal/min

30 gal/min

13 gal/min

18 gal/min

10 gal/min

13 gal/min

Flow Range Max

37 gal/min

37 gal/min

37 gal/min

37 gal/min

18 gal/min

37 gal/min

How to Choose the Right Model

  • Manual Angle and Depth Control: Drum rotation is accomplished with a hydraulic motor, while angle and depth control changes are adjusted manually. Angle control can be set between 0 and 25 degrees to the left or right. Depth control is adjusted with a turnbuckle system. Available on 48-inch and 72-inch models. 

  • On-The-Fly Adjustments: Hydraulic cylinders allow the operator to make adjustments on-the-fly using finger-tip controls from the comfort of the cab. Angle control can be used to direct spoil. Depth control can be used to quickly shave off high spots and fill in low spots. Available on 72-inch and 84-inch models. 

  • Tough Soils: For ripping through the toughest hardpan and richest clay soils, harness the additional horsepower of high-flow hydraulics, which provide tremendous torque to the drum. Increased drum torque creates a true powered box blade, delivering a smooth jobsite with fewer passes. Available on 72-inch and 84-inchmodels. 

Additional Details

To level and grade a surface, lock the drum for a box blade effect. Or place the drum in the float position to prepare the soil while following the contours of the terrain. The soil conditioner is a versatile, cost-effective attachment no landscaping crew should be without.

Pulverize the soil while leveling and filling in fewer passes with the soil conditioner attachment.

    Bobcat Soil Conditioner Attachment

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