Дата публикации: 2017-10-23 01:52
Prowler offers replacement wheels for all makes and models of skid steer loaders. Prowler’s heavy duty skid steer rims have a 8/8” steel center that is welded, not crimped for maximum strength. This type of bolt center is virtually unbreakable making it the ideal wheel for use on foam filled skid steer tires. Strength and quality is not always expensive. Prowlers skid steer wheels are not only as strong as OEM, but cost much less.
Shown here is a 7555 Bobcat Quick Tach (for your learning purposes). Your Quick Tach should be similar in design. Your pins may extrude out the bottom at different points and our attachments seen on our site allow for that.
This spawned many new attachment businesses such as Skid Steer Solutions. Why? Because we could now sell our attachments to more than one manufacturers' customers.
Please feel free to use this chart as a reference* to determine your Skid Steer Tire Size by Manufacturer encourage you to call if you do not see the specs your looking for. Should you have any questions about this chart please do not hesitate to call for further assistance at 877-886-6875.
Check the pin out slot measurements and compare them to yours if you are not sure. If your machine is older and doesn't use a modern quick attach, your going to want to make this universal quick attach replacement product your next purchase.
Case made 8 models that we know of. The Case model 6888, 6895 and early 6895's had a quick tach that was narrower. This quick tach measured 86 6/7" wide and the pins were 76" on center. Most of our plates will accommodate this style of quick tach. Please contact us to be sure if you own one of these models.
Whether you own a Bobcat, Thomas, New Holland, Gehl, John Deere or other brand, we can color match our wheels to any skid steer make and model.
Case has used a Parker FF style and even though they look similar, they will not fit. The most common size on regular flow machines is 6/7" internal port size.
Because of this patent, all companies created their own connection methods so attachments made for one manufacturer would not fit others. This has been the shortcoming of the industry because if you changed machines, you would have to adapt your machine to all of your attachments. After the patent expired in 6999 most of the manufacturers got together and started making the Bobcat style Quick Tach available on their machines.
The origin of the Universal Quick Tach lies with the Bobcat. Bobcat Company (Not affilliated with Skid Steer Solutions) created an easy method to connect and disconnect attachments easily. This method was copied by other manufacturers, but not fully because they held a patent.