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PREMIER ATTACHMENTS

MD09H200KIT

PREMIER auger drive for machines with universal skid steer coupler

STYLE
SHAFT
FLOW RANGE

SKID STEER EARTH AUGER DRIVES

Premier Attachments offers three types of skid steer loader auger drives: Standard Duty, Heavy Duty, and Heavy-Duty High flow. The Standard Duty auger drive is designed for light to moderate drilling conditions. The Heavy-Duty auger drives are built with industrial grade components for the toughest of drilling conditions. Our Heavy-Duty High Flow auger drives are specifically designed to maximize the high flow capability of torque and speed.
  • No drain line is required
  • All auger drives are designed and engineered for the higher hydraulic pressures of today’s equipment
  • Universal Skid Steer mount is an industry standard for all makes and models, however we do offer late model obsolete mounts for older machines
  • Output shafts available in 2" hexagon, 2-1/2" hexagon and 2-9/16" round

 

Standard Duty Auger Drives
Model Max Auger Diam.
Min Hyd: GPM/RPM
Max Hyd: GPM/RPM
Min Hyd: PSI/Torque
Max Hyd: PSI/Torque
Output
Warranty
MD12PD  24"
8/49
15/81 2500/1409 3500/1972
2" Hex
3 Years
MD14PD 30"
12/50
20/83 2500/1825 3500/2555
2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
3 Years
MD18PD 36"
15/50
25/83 2500/2290
3500/3206 2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
3 Years

 
Heavy Duty Auger Drives
Model Max Auger Diam.
Min Hyd: GPM/RPM
Max Hyd: GPM/RPM
Min Hyd: PSI/Torque
Max Hyd: PSI/Torque
Output
Warranty
H010PD  24"
8/48
15/90 2500/1274 3500/1783
2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
5 Years
H015PD 30"
12/47
20/78 2500/1975 3500/2768
2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
5 Years
H019PD 36"
15/46
25/77 2500/2481
3500/3474 2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
5 Years
H024PD
36"
20/48
30/72
2500/3184
3250/4140
2" Hex & 2-9/16" Rnd
5 Years

 

  • USUALLY SHIPS IN 3-5 DAYS
  • ITEM CAN BE BACK-ORDERED
  • SPECIAL MOUNTINGS CAN DELAY SHIPMENT
  • ADD ITEM TO CART AND PROCEED TO SEE SHIPPING OPTIONS.

When choosing a auger drive first, decide on the style or "duty" of the drive you want. If you are only using occasionally the standard unit will work fine in most cases. Second, choose the shaft type. The most common now days is the 2" hex shaft. Third, match up the hydraulics of your machine with the hydraulic categories on the website. Finally you can compare specs between brands but that can become overwhelming and confusing. A quick way to determine performance is looking at the max bit specification.