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Types Of Material Bucket Attachments
The Series 1 Skid Steer Material Bucket comes with our standard height and depth. This attachment is great for both light and heavy material and comes built with a universal skid steer mount plate. We highly recommend using this bucket on compact tractors or small to medium frame skid steers.
The Series 2 Skid Steer Material Bucket comes with our standard height but with a deeper bottom. We built this design to maximize the capacity of the bucket with a standard back. This bucket is a step up compared to the Series 1 bucket. We recommend fitting this attachment to a compact tractor or medium to large frame skid steers.
If you are looking for a bucket with a larger capacity than even the Series 2 bucket, then you may want to consider the Series 3 Material Bucket attachment. This bucket comes in 5 different sizes and is engineered to fit larger skid steer wheeled and track machines.
If any of our Series material buckets don’t seem to fit your needs, check out our customization page for a material bucket. We have different options for you to choose from to ensure you get the bucket that you desire.
Uses for Skid Steer Loader Material Bucket Attachments
Our skid steer buckets for sale online will perform a wide range of jobs, especially if you choose one of our large capacity skid loader material buckets. Any size of this bucket attachment can handle large quantities of light, loose material. The high sides of the bucket will cut into large material piles for efficient scooping. Each of these attachments also has a high back that you can use to push material and pile it up for handling. Examples of materials that our skid loader bucket attachments for sale can handle include:
- Rocks and gravel
- Mulch and wood chips
- Grain and livestock feed
Industries That Use Our Skid Steer Material Buckets for Sale
The industries that make use of our material buckets include:
A skid steer bucket is a staple attachment for many farm workers. In agriculture, our medium to large capacity skid steer material buckets help farmers accomplish:
- Planting: Light digging, moving topsoil, grading land
- Mulching: Carrying and depositing mulch
- Animal care: Feeding, pen cleaning
The construction industry relies on bucket attachments for a wide range of projects. Construction workers tap into the versatility of our material buckets to complete:
- Grading: Removing rocks, filling ground, building up dirt
- Material handling: Moving and placing sand, earth and rocks
- Trenching: Digging narrow trenches and filling them
Skid loader bucket attachments streamline everyday ranching jobs for more productive farming. Large-scale ranchers can count on material buckets to make these tasks easier:
- Hay and feed: Moving hay, delivering rations and managing feed storage
- Pen cleaning: Light manure removal and hay spreading
- Fence building: Clearing land and digging holes for fence placement
Homeowners who consider farming a passion project can also take advantage of our material buckets’ versatility. Our smaller bucket models offer plenty of utility, allowing hobby farmers to perform:
- Land clearing and landscaping: Moving debris, carrying mulch, placing mulch
- Growing crops: Digging light trenches in soft soil, spreading fertilizer
- Animal care: Cleaning pens, moving feed
Will a Stinger Material Bucket Fit My Skid Loader?
In most situations, a Stinger material bucket can fit a customer’s skid steer — they just need to pick the right size and mounting plate. If you have a smaller skid steer, the Series 1 bucket can attach to your machine using our universal mount or a custom mount. Customers looking for a high-volume skid steer material bucket will need to use it with a larger model. Our team can work with you to find a Series or custom solution that fits your skid loader’s make and model.
Get in Touch With the Professionals
If you need more information about our skid loader material buckets for sale, we welcome you to reach out to us at any time. We want you to feel as confident about our attachments as we do. After all, we believe in our products’ ability to help you get the job done.
To contact our experts, call us at 507-273-7497 or send us a message online.