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    Default Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Are these all even mildly interchangable or just another example of completely unstandardized technology gone awry? Soon I will have a Bob-Tach.
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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    With power?

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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    With power?
    You mean remote locking/unlocking? No, manual handles turned to lock implement in place. But how interchangable are they? For instance is a Universal Quick Attach set of forks able to couple with a Bob-Tach?
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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Bobtach on the tractor is same dimensions as skidsteer loader. In the skidsteer industry they standardized the bucket quick connect about 10 years ago so all buckets and attachments would physically lock on to each other companies equipment. The "Bobtach" is a trade mark name for the Bobcat version. Not all tractor companies use this standard bukcet connection yet, but with yours you can hook on to any wide variety of Skidloader attachments.

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    Platinum Member Lockport's Avatar
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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    So if I go to EverythingAttachments.com and I buy the Bradco Compact Tractor Loader Pallet Forks with Universal Skid Steer Quick Attach I will have no problem hooking these up with my Bob-Tach? What about the Forks with JD Quick Attach? Will these be incompatible?
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    25 Gal 10' 3PH Sprayer

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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Quote Originally Posted by BX2230_Lockport View Post
    So if I go to EverythingAttachments.com and I buy the Bradco Compact Tractor Loader Pallet Forks with Universal Skid Steer Quick Attach I will have no problem hooking these up with my Bob-Tach? What about the Forks with JD Quick Attach? Will these be incompatible?
    To answer your first question... Yes.

    As for JD, they have their own style of QA. They keep talking about going to the Skid Steer QA, but to the best of my knowledge haven't yet.
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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Quote Originally Posted by dcyrilc View Post
    To answer your first question... Yes.

    As for JD, they have their own style of QA. They keep talking about going to the Skid Steer QA, but to the best of my knowledge haven't yet.
    Thank You, Cyril and SSdoxie. I'm onto it now.
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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    I bought the Construction Attachments Lightweight Compact forks from Everything Attachments for my Kubota L3400HST. I really like them. They fit perfectly and work great.

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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Quote Originally Posted by dcyrilc View Post
    To answer your first question... Yes.

    As for JD, they have their own style of QA. They keep talking about going to the Skid Steer QA, but to the best of my knowledge haven't yet.
    Deere FEL can be purchased with the skid steer quick attach (that I assume is the Bob-tach). When I was looking, I decided I didn't want the extra weight and that the Deere QA suited me just fine. No skidsteer attachments that I want on the FEL. But the Deere 3720 on the lot at that time had the SS QA.

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    Default Re: Bob-Tach, Quick-Tach, Heart-A-Tach which is which?

    Quote Originally Posted by k0ua View Post
    I bought the Construction Attachments Lightweight Compact forks from Everything Attachments for my Kubota L3400HST. I really like them. They fit perfectly and work great.

    James K0UA
    Yeah, I saw those. They look good. Nice and light, too.
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