New 1200A Bunker & Field Rake

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Key Features
  • Mechanical drive system
  • Less steering effort
  • Standard power lift
  • Adjustable seat

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Features

Operator station design provides comfortable and productive operation
Operator's platformOperator's platform

The operator station for the 1200A Bunker and Field Rake was designed with comfort and productivity in mind. A large 14-in. (35.6-cm) diameter steering wheel with 8.3-to-1 gear reduction ratio provides for easy and responsive steering. An adjustable high back seat with spring cushion reduces operator fatigue. Wide running boards offer comfortable leg support across a wide range of operators.

 

All controls for cultivating and front blade operation are conveniently located to the operator's right hand side. The mechanical linkage design allows for easy operation of both attachments. An electrical lift/lower system for the rear-mounted attachments means effortless lifting and lowering. The switch is located on the dash for the ultimate in ease of use.

Easy-to-use foot controls for efficient operation
Forward and reverse foot controlForward and reverse foot control

The foot control design of the 1200A increases productivity with ease of operation. To change from forward to reverse, a convenient pedal system is located on the left side of the foot platform, allowing for quick and easy engagement with the touch of a toe. 

 

To select the forward gear, simply press the front pedal forward. To switch to reverse, press the rear foot pedal rearward. Neutral position is required for starting, and can easily be located by utilizing the bar welded to the foot platform.

Differential lockDifferential lock

Also located to the left side is the lever for the differential lock. Simply engage by pressing down with the left heel. 

 

NOTE:  Differential lock should only be activated when the unit is at a complete stop or damage to the transaxle may occur.

Brake and throttle foot controlsBrake and throttle foot controls

The brake engagement is located on the right side of the foot platform.  A foot-activated transaxle disc brake allows for quick and controlled stops. To activate the parking brake, simply step on the brake pedal and engage the retaining lever.  To de-activate the parking brake, simply disengage the retaining lever by pushing forward with the right foot or toe.

 

Also located to the right side of the operator platform is the throttle pedal.  To move the 1200A, simply select the direction of travel on the left hand side, disengage the parking brake, and press on the throttle pedal.  The further the pedal is pushed, the faster you will go. The maximum speed is 12.6 mph (20.3 km/h).

 

NOTE: Revving the engine or failing to brake to a complete stop prior to changing from forward to reverse and vice versa will result in gear clash and may damage the machine.

Torque converter and transaxle design provides excellent traction and tight turning radius
Drive systemDrive system

The torque converter and transaxle design delivers a 164-to-1 gear ratio for excellent pulling and pushing power. The belt from torque converter is permanently engaged, greatly reducing the potential of belt wear. A durable Kanzaki® transaxle with a differential lock allows for increased traction and reliability.

 

The rear differential design allows for the 1200A to turn on a tight 12-in. (305-mm) turning radius for outstanding maneuverability, yielding high productivity.  Speeds are variable in forward and reverse from 0 mph to 12.6 mph (0 km/h to 20.3 km/h), providing excellent raking quality at reduced ground speeds without sacrificing quick transport from bunker to bunker.

 

Kanzaki is a U.S.-registered trademark of Kanzaki Kokyukoki Manufacturing Company.

Powerful 13.5 hp (10.1 kW), 401 cc gas engine offers plenty of pulling and pushing power

Raising the hinged rear fiberglass cowling exposes the air-cooled, four-cycle, overhead valve engine. This engine features a powerful 401-cc-cc single-cylinder design, which generates 13.5 hp (10.1 kW)*.

  • High torque for pulling power
  • Fuel efficient for lower operating cost and extended operating range
  • 3.6-U.S. gal. (13.6 L) fuel tank for long hours of operation with leaded or unleaded gasoline
  • Full-pressure lubrication and oil filter for good reliability
  • Low vibration for long component life and operator comfort
  • *At 3600 rpm. Engine manufacturer gross power tested in accordance with SAE J1995. The engine hp and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer for comparison purposes only. Actual operating hp and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information.
High flotation tires with low ground pressure to minimize compaction
Knobby tire optionKnobby tire option

High flotation tires are inflated to a low 6 psi (41.4 kPa) to minimize ground compaction.  Two tire treads are offered:

  • Knobby is for increased traction in bunkers, two-ply design.
  • Turf is for reduced marking in turf applications, such as spiking greens. This tread is also an excellent choice for baseball applications, four-ply design. 

Both tire options feature a 22.5x10-8 front tire and two 25x12-9 rear tires. 

 

The 41.5-in. (105.4-cm) wheelbase provides good stability on steep inclines.

Convenient location of all instrumentation and operator controls on front dash for ease of use
Instrumentation and controlsInstrumentation and controls

All instrumentation and operator controls are located on the front dash for ease of use and premium visibility.  These include:

  • Hour meter to keep track of service intervals
  • Voltage indicator to monitor for proper charging of the 12-V power circuit
  • Ignition switch on right hand side of the console for quick and easy starting
  • Easy-to-reach optional front light switch, mounted on the left side
  • Choke control on left hand side of console for easier cold starts
  • Easy access to the rear implement lift and lower switch, located on the right side of the dash
Heavy-duty air filter protects engine in tough conditions

A heavy-duty air filter is standard equipment on the 1200A Bunker and Field Rake.  Featuring a cyclone design, this dual element filter can eject 90 percent to 95 percent of dust particles before they reach the paper element core.  This reduces overall maintenance costs through less cleaning and replacement.

Specifications

Engine
Manufacturer
Type 4-cycle, air cooled
Displacement 401 cc
Horsepower At 3600 rpm: 13.5 hp
Engine manufacturer gross power tested in accordance with SAE J1995. The engine hp and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer for comparison purposes only. Actual operating hp and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer?s website for additional information.
Compression ratio 8:4:1
Lubrication Full-pressure
Oil capacity 1.3 L
1.4 U.S. qt
Oil filter Standard
Spark arrester muffler Standard
Idle speed Low speed: 1,175 (+/- 75) rpm
fast speed: 3,100 (+/- 75) rpm
Electrical System
Type 12 V
regulated: 13 amp
Battery 12 V
38 hour amp
Starter Electric
Ignition Transistor-type
Light kit Available
Fuel System
Tank capacity 13.6 L
3.6 U.S. gal.
Fuel pump Diaphragm-type
Fuel required Regular leaded or unleaded gasoline
Transmission
Type Belt-driven torque converter with Kanzaki gear driven transaxle
Fluid capacity 2.3 L
2.5 U.S. qt
Travel Speed
Forward or reverse Variable: 0-20.3 km/h
0-12.6 mph
Brakes
Type Mechanically operated disc with parking brake
Steering
Type 8:3:1 reduction ratio
steering wheel: 35.6 cm
14 in.
Tires
Front One 22.5x10-8, 2 PR high-flotation
Rear Two 25x12-9, 2 PR high-flotation
Dimensions
Width 1473 mm
58 in.
Height 1041 mm
41 in.
Length 1676 mm
66 in.
Wheelbase 1054 mm
41.5 in.
Ground clearance @ rake attachment 241 mm
9.5 in.
Turning radius 305 mm
12 in.
Weight (approx.) 263 kg
580 lb
Rear-hitch towing capacity 227 kg
500 lb
Attachments
Rake Width
1981 mm
78 in.Weight
20 kg
44 lbBlades
Five-section, bunker or fieldProng rake
Three section, 24 prongs, adjustment: 25-76 mm
1-3 in.
Rear mount, powerlift control
Cultivator Width
1626 mm
64 in.Weight
20 kg
44 lb
10 blades, hand control w/ 5-position depth adjustment
Front blade Width
1016 mm
40 in.Height
152 mm
6 in.Weight
21 kg
46 lb
Optional, hand control with lock-up position
60-in. aluminum front blade Width
1524 mm
60 in.Height
263 mm
10.25 in.Weight
3.7 kg
8 lb
Articulating front-mount core-removal blade Width
1231 mm
48 in.Height
237 mm
9.25 in.Weight
10.9 kg
24 lb
Optional, hand control with lock-up position
Wide- and narrow-interval scarifier tines attachment Width
Wide - 1606 mm
63.25 in.
Narrow: 1574.8 mm
62Tines
Wide - 20 tines, length: 89 mm
3.5 in.
Narrow - 35 tines, length: 89 mm
3.5
Mid-mount 64.5-in. (164.9 mm) scraper blade attachment Width
1649 mm
64.5 in.Height
144 mm
5.625 in.Weight
9.5 kg
21 lb
Rear-mounted 60-in. field finisher Width
1538 mm
60 in.Length
355.6 mm
14 in.Weight
19.5 kg
45 lb
Hydraulic pump package Couplers
Two female, comply with ANSI ASAE S418 standardActivation
SwitchWeight
5.2 kg
11.5 lb
Sound Levels
Operator ear
Measuring standard
Attachments installed
Addtitional information
Date collected

Accessories and Attachments

CE Kit

Battery Label Kit - BTC10256

Miscellaneous

40 In. Front Blade - BM18537
40-in. front blade40-in. front blade

For light pushing of sand, gravel, and finish-grade soils.

60 In. Front Aluminum Blade - BE23419
60-in. wide front blade60-in. wide front blade

Installs easily to 40-in. (101.6-cm) front blade with one bolt.

 

Made of lightweight, heavy-gauge aluminum.

 

60-in. (152.4-cm) width exceeds overall machine width for more efficient material movement next to retainer or foundation wall.

NOTE: Requires 40-in. (101.6-cm) front blade (9020/BM18537) for attachment.
Bunker Rake (Serrated Blades) - BM18248

Allows updating machine with rear frame and a rake if desired.

Bunker Rake Blade - TCU17594
Cultivator Blade - AET10262
Field Rake (Smooth Blades) - BM18249

Allows updating machine with rear frame and a rake if desired.

Field Rake Blade - ET15235

Allows updating machine with rear frame and a rake if desired.

Light Kit - TCB11024

The light kit contains a total of three lights, one forward mounted and two rear mounted. It allows for safer operation during early morning and evening hours when daylight is limited.

Light Kit - BTC10094
Mid-Mount 64.5 In. Scraper Blade - BE23421
Mid-mount scraper bladeMid-mount scraper blade

Mid-mounted 64.5-in. (163.8-cm) wide scraper blade--attaches to cultivator equipped with wide or narrow interval scarifier tines.

  • Meets the needs of those desiring level grading or contour-forming capability such as golf course, ball field, and running track construction, renovation, and maintenance.
NOTE: Requires mid-mount base (9011/BM18536) and scarifier tines (9012/BM18252 or 9013/BM18253) for attachment.
Mid-Mount Base - BM18536
Mid-mount baseMid-mount base

Required to attach mid-mount attachments.

Mid-Mount Cultivator Shoes/Blades - BM18251
Mid-mount cultivatorMid-mount cultivator

Provides more aggressive cultivation and weed control.

 

NOTE: Requires code 9011/BM18536.

Narrow Scarifier (Interval) Tines - BM18253
Scarifier tinesScarifier tines

Wide- or narrow-interval tine sections can be mounted to the mid-mount base (code 9011).

Wide-interval tine sections are recommended where surface cultivation and preparation requirements dictate that small rocks (up to 2-1/2-in. (63.5-mm) diameter) must be allowed to pass through the scarifier.

  • Each section includes four 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) long carbide tipped tines welded on 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) centers.
  • Five sections are required to make up the 20-tine, 63-1/4-in. (160.7-cm) cultivating width.

 

Narrow-interval tine sections are highly recommended for relieving surface compaction on skinned areas of baseball fields, running tacks, and athletic complexes. Also works very well for grooming cinder, crushed brick, and small gravel warning tracks.

  • Each section includes seven 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) long carbide tipped tines welded on 1-7/8-in. (47.6-mm) centers.
  • Five sections are required to make up the 35-tine, 62-in. (157.5-cm) cultivating width.

NOTE: Requires code 9011/BM18536.

Rear Frame - BM18247

Allows updating machine with rear frame and a rake if desired.

Rear Mounted 60 In. Field Finisher - BE23422
Scarifier Tine, Narrow-Interval - AET10644
Scarifier Tine, Wide-Interval - AET10702
Spiker - TCB11583
Tires and Wheels, (3) Knobby Hi-Floatation - TCB10865

Sports turf tires provide a soft footprint to give less-aggressive tire tread track.

  • For ball-field finish application
  • For green top dressing application

 

Knobby tires are good for general all-around usage.

Tires and Wheels, (3) Sports Turf - TCB11659
Wide Scarifier (Interval) Tines - BM18252
Scarifier tinesScarifier tines

Wide- or narrow-interval tine sections can be mounted to the mid-mount base (code 9011).

Wide-interval tine sections are recommended where surface cultivation and preparation requirements dictate that small rocks (up to 2-1/2-in. (63.5-mm) diameter) must be allowed to pass through the scarifier.

  • Each section includes four 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) long carbide tipped tines welded on 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) centers.
  • Five sections are required to make up the 20-tine, 63-1/4-in. (160.7-cm) cultivating width.

 

Narrow-interval tine sections are highly recommended for relieving surface compaction on skinned areas of baseball fields, running tacks, and athletic complexes. Also works very well for grooming cinder, crushed brick, and small gravel warning tracks.

  • Each section includes seven 3-1/2-in. (88.9-mm) long carbide tipped tines welded on 1-7/8-in. (47.6-mm) centers.
  • Five sections are required to make up the 35-tine, 62-in. (157.5-cm) cultivating width.

NOTE: Requires code 9011/BM18536.