These powerful attachment are using rotational movements to remove layers of road surface, cutting through asphalt, concrete or frozen ground, digging holes in tough, rocky soil, building trenches and performing demolitions. Variety of carbide-tipped bits and other cutting tools are mounted on these attachments. Bobcat offers different types of bits and teeth to choose from to best suit the ground conditions. Thanks to special design features for each type of job, they offer the best performance and service life.
Planer, Grinder, Wheel Saw Bits
Grinding, milling and cutting asphalt, concrete and rocks are tough jobs requiring the right tools. Here is a selection of Bobcat carbide bits for planer, wheel saw and rotary grinder attachments.
Best or economy choice:
To better match bits with your application, please check out our 2 high-quality alternatives for cutter performance:
For greater customer convenience, for selected bits we have introduced the Bobcat bits box – which simplifies choosing the right bits for the application and facilitates the ordering process. At a glance, you see the type of bit you need, and the box format makes changing bits on your planer, grinder or wheel saw faster and easier.
From now on, these selected bits are coming in a bulk package of 50 or 75 pieces, depending on the bits type. The Doosan shop price is for the whole box.
Select the right bit tip for your machine and application:
Bobcat breaker tools are heat forged, creating a dense hardened steel structure. Forged tools are tough and durable, offering faster penetration, focused energy, and longer tool life. The shank ends have a grooved profile to retain grease in contact area.
The right tool for each job!
Wide point Inline & Crosscut Chisel
Asphalt Point Inline & Crosscut Chisel
Tamping Pad Tool
Flat point & Crosscut Chisel
Nail Point Chisel
Conical Point Chisel
Blunt Tool Chisel
Bobcat Auger Bits & Teeth
Bobcat® branded auger components have a proven reputation for durability and performance. When drilling holes, you should match your auger bit and teeth to your soil conditions for smooth and easy cutting of holes.
Inspect the replaceable teeth for wear regularly, especially the outside teeth that are used to cut a clean edge to the hole.