72" Heavy Duty Skid Steer 4in1 Bucket - Tooth Edge:
Rated for Skid Steers up to 100 HP.
We still cannot believe the amount of steel used in this bucket. The thickness, the grade and the weight. There are so many light duty buckets out there masquerading as extreme buckets, that we needed to make sure the ones that we sell were not like the rest. Most of the buckets that we looked at would only be classified as light - medium duty grade, yet the manufacturers keep calling them Extreme this and Xtreme that. If you want a bucket for just a couple of uses and then send it off to the recyclers, then there are plenty of sales possibilities elsewhere. If you want a bucket that will last under the most extreme uses, then you are at the right place.
How can you tell the difference between a good bucket and a poor quality one? The pictures look so similar. Most of the buckets listed just have a name and no specs. Check out our specs and compare. We give you more of what you need and that's top grade STEEL.
4in1 Buckets have been a mainstay in the business forever.
They are just so darn useful.
- First of all you have a heavy duty bucket for all of your digging needs. We all know how useful a bucket is now don't we?
- Next you have the dozing feature that makes a 4in1 a must for a job site. Open the bucket and you reveal a shallow wedge blade that can be used for pushing dirt and grading without the fear of deep scalping which is so easy to do with a standard dozer blade.
- Thirdly, you have a grapple for grabbing and crushing material if desired.
- Fourth most useful thing about a 4in1. Back grading with the clamshell open.
It is amazing to have one tool that can do so many things at once, but here it is. If you have been in the industry any length of time, then you already know these facts. If you are new to the business, then welcome. This should be one of the first attachments that you buy for your new venture.
Ships complete with hoses and 1/2" Flat Faced Couplers.