The Easiest Attachment Changes

Attachment capabilities make a big impact on your productivity. When attachment changes are simple, operators are more likely to use the proper-sized bucket and the best attachment for the job. That can mean fuel savings, less time spent backfilling and less wear and tear on your machine.

Most models feature the exclusive X-ChangeTM system that allows you to change attachments quickly. If you want the most convenient attachment changes in the industry, purchase the optional Hydraulic X-Change system. Activate the hydraulic pins at the flip of a switch; retract for attachment removal or extend for attachment hook up. Install the retainer pins before operating. The system maintains optimal "pin-on" bucket geometry, so arm and bucket force are not compromised.

X-Change Advantages

The exclusive pin and hook design of the Bobcat X-ChangeTM mounting system delivers faster and easier attachment changes. In addition, you'll save valuable time as you load and unload attachments on a trailer. Learn more about this smart, simple design.

Hydraulic X-Change Advantages

Switching buckets and attachments can be time-consuming, and a real hassle. Discover the fastest, most efficient system on the market – without compromising arm and bucket force.

Buckets, Grading Pin-On

Grading buckets feature a smooth lip for finish grading, cleaning diteches, backfilling and leveling.

Buckets, Grading X-Change

Grading buckets feature a smooth lip for finish grading, cleaning ditches, backfilling and leveling. The exclusive X-Change™ system allows to change attachments quickly

Buckets, Trenching Pin-On

Ternching buckets dig narrow, deep trenches while maintaining excellent breakout force and fast cycle times.

Buckets, Trenching X-Change

Ternching buckets dig narrow, deep trenches while maintaining excellent breakout force and fast cycle times. The exclusive X-Change system allows to change attachments quickly

Buckets, Pin-On

Exclusive for the E85. Grading buckets feature a smooth lip for finish grading, cleaning ditches, backfilling and leveling, while the trenching buckets dig narrow, deep trenches while maintaining excellent breakout force and fast cycle times.