RoadHog Presents Engine Driven Planer Attachment

RoadHog's engine-driven planer attachment is ideal for milling asphalt, patching, trenching and small stabilization jobs.

Tue April 08, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The attachment has a 49 or 62 hp (36.5 or 46.2 kW) air cooled Deutz diesel engine ?and a cutting depth of 6 in. (15 cm).
The attachment has a 49 or 62 hp (36.5 or 46.2 kW) air cooled Deutz diesel engine ?and a cutting depth of 6 in. (15 cm).

RoadHog’s engine-driven planer attachment is ideal for milling asphalt, patching, trenching and small stabilization jobs, according to the manufacturer.

Completely self-contained, no hydraulic or electrical connections are required. It is compatible with any skid steer with an SAE lift rating of 2,000 lbs. (907 kg) or higher; it also will fit small wheel loaders and loader backhoes

The attachment has a 49 or 62 hp (36.5 or 46.2 kW) air cooled Deutz diesel engine ?and a cutting depth of 6 in. (15 cm). Cutting widths of 18, 24 and 40 in. (45.7, 61 and 101.6 cm) and optional drum widths are available.

Hydraulic tilt, depth and sideshift controls are operable from the operator’s seat.

Larger models are available for loader backhoes and wheel loaders. ?

For more information, call 877/640-9975 or visit www.roadhog-inc.com.




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