I have recently sold my Bobcat MT55 with most of the attachments after three years of headaches and am now looking at a new machine. My core business is drill holes. I drill around 6000 holes per year. I demoed a Toro TX525 today and am demoing the SK650 on Thursday. What I didn't realize is that their high torque (1600+ft-lbs) auger drives do not pivot side to side only front to back. I am set on the fact that I want the most torque I can get. I seen a drive for a mini-skid somewhere on the internet that advertised 2000ft-lbs but I can't find it now. Also, neither of their auger drives accept a standard bobcat bit. I run the "orange" Bobcat clay-rock hex shaft bits with an adapter to 2-9/16" round but I can't slide it up far enough so that the pin hole will line up. It only needs to go a quarter inch longer and I can modify my bits but what if I rent a different size or something. Does anyone know of an auger drive that pivots in two axis' and is a high torque model for a mini-skid? Also, anyone know how much torque my Model 10 auger drive was on my MT55? I think it was around 1100ft-lbs.