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    Default Rear bucket?

    Any such thing as a rear bucket? Not to the depth of a loader, but more to carry and dump things.

    Ken H.

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    If you'll do a search for the words "dirt scoop" you will find many posts relating to your question and probably exactly what you describe. They have been around for at least 50 years and are available almost anywhere attachments are sold. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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    So, they are called scoops. I got a small one with the tractor, but I am lloking for something a little larger than this one. Something to pile the manure from 2 horses into and dispose of. Just trying to avoid getting a tiny garden tractor trailer kind of thing. Plus anything else I can hook to the back is a plus to me!!

    Thanks
    Ken H.

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    Yes, there is a rear bucket that works like a loader. Check Westendorf. They make a hi lift attachment for it that will let your compact load over the side of a pickup as well. I thought it was pretty good. Westendorf

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    Wow Jim, that looks like a great REL! [img]/forums/images/graemlins/ooo.gif[/img]

    I notice that they are designed for Cat 2 or 3 tractors. I wonder if anyone makes something like that for a Cat 1 tractor, and how much they go for?

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    What size scoop do you have? Your tractor will handle a 30", or if you are near a Tractor Supply Co., they have a 4'x8' trailer in a box with 12' wheels, rated for 1500 # for about $230. you put together and install your own floor.

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    They had them for Cat 1 at the Louisville show. I'll check at the Oklahoma show this weekend for more info.

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    Have you taken a look at CadPlans? They have a three point loader model 107 that might fit the bill. They also have a scoop on the same page. You can get a kit for either from Metkit.

    And don't be fooled by the "new' designation- that page has been that way for a long time. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Rear bucket?

    Ken,

    Check out JohnnyBucket . I have one of his cat 0 buckets (actually, I think it's the first one he made). It looks like he is about to start making Cat 1 buckets, too.

    Kevin

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    </font><font color="blue" class="small">( Check out JohnnyBucket . )</font>

    That looks real nice. I sent an e-mail out of curiosity as to what else they may be offering.
    Probably a little more than what I want to spend though.

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    Ken H.

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