D5,D6 Single Rock Shank Ripper for Dozer 32008082

Product information

(1)One-piece without welding

(2)Forging, High resilience to prevent breakages

(3)It is one of the most common, strong, durable, efficient, which commonly used to loose rock

Shank Designs

Parabolic shanks (figure 4a) require the least amount of horsepower to pull. In some forest applications, parabolic shanks may lift too many stumps and rocks, disturb surface materials, or expose excess subsoil. Swept shanks tend to push materials into the soil and sever them. They may help keep the subsoiler from plugging up, especially in brush, stumps, and slash. Straight or “L” shaped shanks have characteristics that fall somewhere between those of the parabolic and swept shanks.
D5,D6 Single Rock Shank Ripper for Dozer 32008082
Figure 4a—Shank designs include: swept, straight or “L” shaped, semiparabolic,
and parabolic. Shank design affects subsoiler performance, shank strength,
surface and residue disturbance, effectiveness in fracturing soil, and the
horsepower required to pull the subsoiler.

Shanks should be designed to handle rocks, large roots, and highly compacted soils.

Shanks usually are from ¾ to 1½ inches thick. Thinner shanks are suited for agricultural use. Thicker shanks hold up better in rocky conditions, but require larger, more powerful equipment to pull them and disturb the surface more. Bent offset shanks, such as those found on Paratill subsoilers, have a sideways bend (figure 4b). Some testing has shown that bent offset shanks disturb surface residue less than straight shanks.

The typical spacing is 30 to 42 inches between shanks. Shanks should be able to reach 1 to 2 inches below the deepest compacted layer.

D5,D6 Single Rock Shank Ripper for Dozer 32008082

Figure 4b—Bent offset shank.
Shank spacing and height should be adjustable in the field. Towed subsoilers should have gauge wheels to control the shank’s depth. Conventional ripper shanks, typically found on dozer equipment, work reasonably well when winged tips are added and may be suitable for many jobs and locations.

Product List

1 SHANK 9J3199 D5,D6 63
2 SHANK 32008082 D5,D6 65
3 ADAPTER 8E8418 D8K,D9H 9W2451 6J8814 75
4 SHANK 8E5346 D8N,D9N 9W2451 8E1848 289
5 SHANK D9R D9R 4T5501 9W8365 560
6 SHANK D10R D10
8 SHANK 118-2140 D10 6Y8960 745
9 SHANK 8E8411 D10N 4T5501 9W8365 635
10 SHANK 1049277 D11 9W4551 9N4621 1043
11 ADAPTER 1U3630-HC 4T5501
12 ADAPTER 1U3630 133


No. Description Part No. Model Weight
1 Ripper Shank 10Y-84-50000 SD13 54
2 Ripper Shank 16Y-84-30000 SD16 105
3 Ripper Shank 154-78-14348 SD22 156
4 Ripper Shank 175-78-21615 SD32 283
5 Ripper Shank 23Y-89-00100 SD22 206
6 Ripper Shank 24Y-89-30000 SD32 461
7 Ripper Shank 24Y-89-50000 SD32 466
8 Ripper Shank 31Y-89-07000 SD42 548
9 Ripper Shank 185-89-06000 SD52 576
10 Ripper Shank 1142-89-09000 SD90 1030
11 Ripper Tooth 175-78-31230 SD16,SD22,SD32 15

1.The specifications and types of our buckets are applicable to over 90 kinds of excavators such as HITACHI, KATO, SUMITOMO, KOBELCO, DAEWOO, HYUNDAI,etc. According to different operating conditions, various kinds of buckets arereasonably designed from shapes, materials, thickness of plates, and stress features,etc. The bucket capacity is from 0.25 m3 to 2.4 m3. Advanced digital controlflame (plasma) cutting machines, large lapping machines, and CO2 protectivewelding machines guarantee the quality of our products.

1)Categories and Main Differences of Buckets 1.General Buckets: Standard bucket materials and quality homemade tooth holders.

2)Reinforced Buckets: Quality structural steel with high strength and quality homemade tooth holders.

3)Rocky Buckets: Wear resistant steel with high strength, reinforced high stress parts, thicker abrasive parts, reinforcing ribs at bottom, and rock-oriented SBIC products from South Korea.

2.Applications of Buckets General Buckets Light duty operations like the excavation of clays and the loading of sand,earth, and gravel, etc. Reinforced Buckets Heavy duty operations like the excavation of hard soil, earth mixed with soft stones,and soft stones and the loading of breakstones and gravels. Rocky Buckets Heavy duty operations like the excavation of earth mixed with hard stones, solid rocks, and weathered granite and the loading of solid rocks and dynamited ores.

3.The Chemical Ingredients and Mechanical Performance Comparison of Three Materials: KM

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