Bobcat VP12

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Plow into and work below the ground with the vibratory plow attachment.

Designed for mini track loaders, the vibratory plow attachment is the ideal tool for installing pipe and cable with minimal ground disturbance. Dig down with the adjustable plow blade, available in either pull or chute configurations. To preserve surrounding sod conditions, a coulter wheel cuts sod immediately ahead of the plow blade while the pressure foot holds the sod down as the blade moves up and down. The result is a knife-like slit that almost disappears as the cut is driven over by the machine.

The vibratory plow is the ideal attachment for landscaping and utility contractors looking to expand jobsite versatility of their mini track loader machines.

Top Tasks

  • Construct new sprinkler systems
  • Place telephone cable, TV cable, and electrical wire
  • Bury irrigation pipe and wire
  • Install utility cable in the ground


How It Works

For pulling pipe through the ground, a threaded pipe puller is available for working with either blade on the vibratory plow. Cable grips are also available–in up to three sizes–for attaching to the blade and pulling the wire through the ground. For laying wire into the ground, an optional wire reel carrier can be mounted on the plow to feed wire through the chute blade and directly into the ground.


  • Centering Spring: Holds the plow blade straight while starting to cut, ensuring accurate attachment operation.
  • Coulter Wheel: To preserve surrounding sod conditions, the coulter wheel cuts sod immediately ahead of the plow blade.
  • Pressure Foot: To ensure minimal ground disturbance, the pressure foot holds the sod down as the blade moves up and down.


Model VP12
Operating Weight 520 lb
Length 36.6 in
Width 36 in
Height 31.1 in


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.