The rock bucket is designed to pick up boulders and rocks and still allow the dirt to fall through the bucket, so you're only removing the rock, you're not removing any of the earth.
The ground then brings the top edge of the skid steer loader into the bucket. Once that's in place then simultaneously crowd your bucket back and drive the skid steer loader forward into the bucket.
Skid Steer Loaders and Rock Buckets go hand-in-hand. As a proud Skid Steer owner, you’re part of a community that adapts and makes changes based on the needs of their work. The problem most Rock Bucket buyers find is…will my new purchase work with my old equipment? Whether you’re on Amazon or another site, you’ll see user reviews of people talking about related problems.
Not quite. Some users have suggested that other rock buckets require universal plates, but we find that our unique Grade 50 steel structures tend to have universal accessibility.
Due to the nature of the Rock Bucket’s steel manufacturing, it has been treated and crafted to survive extreme work and weather related issues. Many competitor rock buckets can be discovered online by their customers’ reviewing their wear and tear. While all attachments won’t last forever, the Stinger Rock Buckets last longer in steel.
The answer is YES. A rock bucket is no different than any other skid steer attachment. The main concern with rock buckets tends to be compensating for the weight of the load being carried/removed.