Home improvement projects can build up fast, and getting them done quickly helps prevent a backlog. Finding the right tools to work efficiently doesn’t necessarily mean loading up on hand tools or trying to fit large-scale equipment into the backyard. To work quickly, you need to get big power in a small loader.
Get to those hard-to-reach places without losing the power to move everything you’ve got. The Bobcat MT55 Walk-Behind Track Loader is ready to take on any size task around the sensitive areas near your landscaping, and can turn on a dime for working in tight quarters around the house.
The MT55 is the Perfect Tool for Many Jobs
A must for tackling any project on your property, you’ll be ready to make short work of everything that’s on your list with the help of a few specialized attachments:
- Loader: The MT55’s loader bucket is a crucial tool for any undertaking. It doesn’t matter if you’re moving gravel, dirt or mulch, it all goes in the bucket. The hydraulic controls make loading a breeze, and dumping on the other end of the trip is even easier.
- Augers: Dig the perfect hole every time without a shovel or manual post hole digger, using the Auger Attachment for Skid/Track/Mini Loader. We have bit diameters of 9″, 12″ or 18″, so you’ll always have the right size opening. It’s a faster and easier way to drop fence posts, install deck supports or prep holes for trees.
- Trenchers: Put the pick and shovel down, and get those trenches dug faster with the Trencher Attachment for Mini Skid/Track Loader. Whether you’re laying pipe, running wire or carving out drainage, your hands will thank you for attaching this tool to the front of your walk-behind. The unit also comes with a spoil dirt auger that will move the dirt out of the way as you bring it up.
- Forks: Buckets are great for loose material, but forks can handle loads with a little more finesse. Use the Fork Attachment for Standard or Mini Skid/Track Loader and save yourself all those trips when you’ve got a pallet of stone or load of pipe to move, by getting it all done at once. Unload everything with ease by lowering the pallet or resting the materials on supports.