490 MM (19 IN)

Cat® Rippers offer a cost-effective alternative to blasting. In quarry production work, they offer a lower cost per ton, better product quality and less environmental impact than explosive excavation. They are the ideal tool for land clearing or site preparation in rock, quarry work and similar high-impact digging applications. Take productivity to the next level with a Cat Rip & Load package. A quick coupler switches you rapidly between the ripper, and an Extreme Duty Rock bucket. Pull the rock from the ground and load it with the same machine.


SPECIFICATIONS
Weight 99 lb
Overall Length 26 in
Width 10 in
Shank Length 19 in
Tip Radius 26 in


BENEFITS & FEATURES
Applications


Designed for land clearing or site preparation in rock, quarry work and similar high-impact digging applications.

Pin-On or Coupler


Available in both pin-on and quick coupler mounting interface.

Heavy Construction


Reinforced, one piece shank is made of Hardox® 400. Includes adjuster group and Cat® GET. Gussets on top plate designed to withstand side loads.

Serviceability


Teeth are common with Cat® buckets and thumbs.

Thumb Compatible


Curved shape works with existing thumbs.


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