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Will it fit my machine?

How do my Auxiliary Hydraulics work?

 

These are by far the most asked questions we receive. Check out our videos answering these two important questions, then read even more information below to help you understand the important things to understand when buying and installing your skid steer attachments.


The origin of the Universal Quick Tach lies with a company called Bobcat. They created an easy method to connect and disconnect attachments easily. This method was copied by other manufacturers, but not fully. Because of this connection method, 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 1994 most of the manufacturers got together and started making the Bobcat style Quick Tach available on their machines. 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.

Although when looking at the quick tach, they may appear to look differently, the dimensions should be about the same. Shown below is a 2005 Bobcat Quick Tach. Your Quick Tach should be similar in design. Your pins may extrude out the bottom at different points and we allow for that. Check the pin out slot measurements and compare them to yours if you are not sure.

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Now let's talk about fit.

The general width of a modern quick tach measures 44" from the outside to outside. There should be two levers that each push one pin down out of the bottom of the Quick Tach (total = 2 pins). The pins measure 32" on center. These pins line up with slots in the attachment. When the top of the Quick Tach engages with the lip on the top of the attachment and the pins are slid down into place, you will have a positive connection.

Now the exceptions.

Case made 3 models that we know of. The Case model 1838, 1840 and early 1845's had a quick tach that was narrower. This quick tach measured 36 1/2" wide and the pins were 21" 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.

There are many varieties on older non Bobcat brands. In this case you should talk to your dealer to see if your manufacturer makes an updated plate or adaptor that you can use so that you may run modern Quick Tach style attachments. This WILL save you time, money and frustration throughout the life of the machine so we suggest you do this immediately.

You do need to check with us to insure the hydraulics will run the specific attachment because many older machines had a lower flow than most modern machines.

Here is a partial list of the machines our products will fit.

Contact us if you are unsure about your model.

ASV:
PT-100, PT-80, PT-70, PT-60, PT-50 (PT-30 is not universal, but an adaptor may be purchased from ASV to make it Universal.
2810, 4810, MD-70, HD-4500, HD-4520, RC-50, RC-60, RC-85, RC-100

Bobcat:
500-800 Series, 963, 1600, 2000, 2400MT, S150, S160, S175, S185, S205, S220, S250, S300, T200, T250, T300, A300, S330, T140, T180, T190, T250, T300, Toolcat 5600T (Verify with us prior to purchase as some items do not work well with a Toolcat), Bobcat M Series including S630, S650, S750, A770, S770, S850, T630, T650, T750, T770, T870 - Copied from Skid Steer Solutions

Case:
1835C,1838, 1840,1845C, 40XT - 95XT, 410, 420, 430, 440, 435, 445, 450, 460, SR130, SR150, SR15, SV185, SR200, SR220, SR250, SV250, SV300

Caterpillar:
216, 226, 228 ,232, 236, 242, 246, 248, 252, 262, and 247, 257, 262, 272, 247, 257, 277, 287, 297

Daewoo:
601,801,1760,2060, 430, 440, 450, 460,

Gehl:
4240,4625,5635,6635 Universal Hitch, 4640, 4840, 5640, 7810, 3635, 6640, 393, V270, V300, V400

Hydra-Mac:
1300,1700D,2250,2550,2650

JCB:
165,185, 160, 170, 190, 1110

John Deere:
4475,5575,6675,7775,8875,240,250,260,270, 317, 320, 325, 328, 332 -

Kubota:

SVL75, SVL90

Mustang:
2012, 2022, 2026, 2032, 2041, 2044, 2054, 2064, 2074, 2099, 2109, 2066, 2076, 2086, 2700, 3300, 4000

New Holland:
L464, L485, L565, L865, LX465, LX485, LX565, LX665, LX865, LX885, LX945, LS 140, LS 150, LS160, LS170, LS180, LS190

Takeuchi:
TL130, TL140, TL150 - Longer hoses are required for most machines because of the added boom length.

Terex:

TSR50, TSR60, TSR70, TSR80, TSV50, TSV60, TSV70, TSV80, TSV90

Thomas:
137, 153, 175, 205, 250, 255, 320, 135, 225, 245

New Holland Tractor Loaders with the �Quick-Attach� Option:
12LA, TC23DA, TC26DA, 14LA, TC29DA, TC33DA, 15LA, 16LA, TC35A, TC35DA, TC40A, TC40DA, TC45A, TC45DA, 17LA.

Scat Trak:
1000HD, 1300HD,1700HD, 1300C, 1900CX, 1500C, 1700C, 1700CX

Volvo:
MC60, MC70, MC80, MC90, MC110

Yanmar:

S165, S190, S220, S270

 

HYDRAULIC COUPLERS

Hydraulic couplers. What are they and why should I care?

The second most asked question. Couplers are used on the end of the hoses of any powered attachment and couple to your machines hydraulics. The idea is to have a coupler that is fast, easy and does not leak even though you tend to abuse them.

We have never supplied these because there were so many variations and they were also very different in price. There are now two styles most commonly used. On most machines made prior to 1996 there are Pioneer style couplers. They are easy to distinguish. The male end has a nipple protruding out of the end. The female end has a hole that has a ring of ball bearings around. There are of course exceptions. Thomas used this style until 2004. Case did something different again, and off-shore brands... who knows?

On most machines made after 1996, modern flat faced couplers are used. When we talk about size we are referring to the internal port size. The common style is a Parker FE style. 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 1/2" internal port size. This can be measured across the tip of the male as 15/16" external size. High flow models up to 30 GPM use 3/4" and machines over 30 GPM such as the ASV RC100 use a monster 1" coupler. Skid Steer Solutions can supply all of these couplers except the Case units. Costs vary of course from $25 per pair to $150. That is why we do not just include them. Check the accessories page for detailed pictures and descriptions of each type of coupler.

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