R68P
Rammer

R68P
Rammer

 

The Bobcat® R68P rammer features a forward design and optimum machine balance that make direction changes easy while maintaining consistent, vertical-path ground strikes for precise compaction. 

  • Best-in-class balance 
  • Optional foot dimensions  
  • Durable Honda engine 
  • High-compaction force 
  • Minimal operator effort 

R68P Overview

  • Powered by a durable Honda gas engine, the R68P rammer delivers a maximum compaction performance of nearly 20 inches, depending on ground conditions.   
  • The rammer’s exceptional balance directs all the compaction power squarely onto the targeted surface area. 
  •  This combination of design, balance and power delivers high-quality compaction results with less operator effort than required of other rammer brands.  
  • Isolators are designed to absorb vibration, significantly reduce hand-arm vibration and fatigue.  
  • A wide range of optional foot sizes are available to take on a variety of material compaction projects. They’re easy to take on and off for quick customizations for the job at hand.   

R68P Specifications

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R68P Key Specifications
Engine Model
GXR 120 
Engine Make
Honda 
Horsepower
3.7 hp
Percussion rate
11.3 Hz
Max. Compaction
20 in
Foot Width
11 in
Foot Length
13 in
Machine Height
40 in
Centrifugal Force
2923 lbf
Engine
Performance
Dimension
Compaction Forces

R68P Features & Benefits

 

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust (including diesel engine exhaust when equipped), lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, soots, phthalates, and carbon monoxide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Certain specification(s) are based on engineering calculations and are not actual measurements. Specification(s) are provided for comparison purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Specification(s) for your individual equipment will vary based on normal variations in design, manufacturing, operating conditions, and other factors.