572/574 Road Maintainer

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572 ROAD MAINTAINER STANDARD FEATURES

  1. Extra large capacity - 13" depth, and 24" throat width between inward delivery blades
  2. Not tools required for adjustment of finish blade
  3. Full drag weight transfer to the road surface 5700 lbs.
  4. Optional power finishing blade swing and strike off features
  5. Independently controlled raise and lower of rear wheels for enhanced control of road crown and material flow

572 ROAD MAINTAINER OPTIONS

  • Hydraulic raise and lower rear finishing blade (Model 572HRL)
  • Hitches: clevis type (standard) or pintle hook type (optional)
  • End Shoes - for any or all the Inward delivery blades (can help in widening roads up to 6” per pass)
  • Radials tires
  • Optional Hydraulic raise, lower and swing of rear finishing blade (Model 572HRLS)
  • Scarifier blade(optional)
  • (Optional) Hydraulic swing only of rear finishing blade(Model 572HS)
  • Optional quick change spare tire, hub, & spindle assembly, shown with optional radial tire (ILO standard ag tire)



572 / 574 HRLS ROAD MAINTAINER SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL572 ROAD MAINTAINER574 ROAD MAINTAINER
WEIGHT5700 LBS6000 LBS
LENGTH29'31'
LENGTH OF WORKING SECTION23'23'
THROAT DEPTH13'13'
CUTTING WIDTH10'10'
TIRES(2) 11L x 15”, 8 ply(4) 11L x 15”, 8 ply
HORSEPOWER REQUIREMENT110 HP110 HP
LIFTING CYLINDERS(1) 4” x 10” Front Lift, (2) 3” x 10” Rear Lift(1) 4” x 10” Front Lift, (2) 3” x 10” Rear Lift
FRONT HITCH(1) 4” x 10” Front Lift
(2) 3” x 10” Rear Lift Pintle or Clevis
10” of Adjustment on 1-1/4” Centers
(Clevis Standard
(1) 4” x 10” Front Lift
(2) 3” x 10” Rear Lift Pintle or Clevis
10” of Adjustment on 1-1/4” Centers
(Clevis Standard
FINISHOmaha OrangeOmaha Orange

Now maintaining secondary roads can be done with one easy pass, without the additional costs and expenses of operating a motor grader. Motor grader expenses are high – save money by running with Bonnell.

The 572/574 Road Maintainer from Bonnell eliminates ruts and wash boarding by utilizing six cutting and mixing blades and one finishing blade at the rear. Material is mixed four times and then leveled off to a nearly perfect road surface all in one simple cost effective pass.

Requires only one hydraulic function to raise or lower blades to the ground.