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    Default Close spaced tine rock bucket

    I've found the EA with 2" spacing. Know of any others that are closer spaced?
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    Default Re: Close spaced tine rock bucket

    Honestly, after all the research I did prior to purchase of a grapple, I thought 3" was as close as rock buckets got. 2" is going to be almost like using a straight bucket.

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    Default Re: Close spaced tine rock bucket

    Where I live, the ground grows rocks, everything from 8inch to 2inch. I'm not kidding, I can mow one week, clear out all the rocks and by the next week another crop has grown. I have the entire yard tilled up right now, I would like to go about a 6 inches down and at least for one season not chuck any stones through another window.

    Maybe take a standard one and weld some 1 inch expanded metal on it or something.
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    Default Re: Close spaced tine rock bucket

    BREADTRK,

    I have a rock bucket with 3 inch tine spacings and still have to shake it a lot to sift the dirt out of it. That is with sandy loam soil in New Mexico (think dry dirt) so be careful how close the spacing is. Before buying mine I did find one with 3/4 inch spacings so they are out there, I will see if I can find it for you.

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    Default Re: Close spaced tine rock bucket

    If you are still looking for a close spaced rock bucket - - - www.ANBO.com. They make top of the line grapples, blades, rock buckets etc. They advertise that they will make the implement to your specs. The operation is about 75 miles north of me and I have been there and seen their products. Their products are definitely first rate.

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    Default Re: Close spaced tine rock bucket

    I like a 2" spacing. When finishing up a area to be finish for a lawn. The 2: spacing leave a lot less to rake up.

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