Land Pride EA35

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Features

Features Benefits
Optional auger mounts Fits a wide range of Kubota excavators with a mechanical quick attach coupler mounted on the end of the arm. Easy hook-up and unhook capabilities. Excavator boom & arm can be used to apply additional downforce.
Optional cradle Supports the auger while traveling. Keeps the auger from swinging erratically. Allows the auger to be carried low without hitting the ground or other protrusions.
Maneuverability Excavator Augers are able to reach over fences or other obstructions
Planetary gearbox Gearbox is completely sealed with all moving parts running in oil for constant lubrication.
Output shaft options 2" Hex shaped output shaft, or 2 9/16" diameter output shaft. Both offer high torque resistance, with the hex shaft being the heaviest available.
Large selection of augers Variety of Dirt, Tree, and Rock Auger sizes and styles to suit many applications.
Replaceable hardened steel pilot points on dirt augers Hardened points will last longer than non-hardened. Points are replaceable. Fishtail tips and steel point make it easier to start a hole.
Replaceable carbide pilot points and teeth on rock augers Points are designed for cutting through rock and are replaceable.
Accessories  
Large selection of bolt-on rock heads Pengo Dirt Augers can be converted to Rock Augers with this accessory.
Two hex auger extensions and two round auger extensions Hex and round extensions are available in 2 lengths (24" & 48"). Increases the depth of hole the auger can dig by 24" or 48".

Specifications

Specifications & Capacities EA35
Hydraulic requirements 10-30 gpm @ 1500 to 3500 psi
Hydraulic motor 18.3 CID (.29L)
Base weight without Options 64 lbs (29 kg)
Auger flighting thickness 5/16 (8 mm)
Auger pipe 2 1/2" ID (6.4 cm) ID
Auger teeth ?
Auger drive Hydraulic
Gearbox Hydraulically driven planetary gearbox; reversible
Gearbox API-GL-5 oil weight SAE 90 @ 35o F (35o C) min. temperature
Gearbox oil capacity 1.69 pints (.8 L)

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