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    Default Re: Specs for new 3320

    Quote Originally Posted by radman1 View Post
    Depends on the type of "skid steer" bucket. The JD skid steer foundry bucket is shaped/sized like a CUT bucket and more HD than the HD JD CUT buckets. The vast majority of skid steer buckets are low profile which have a long bottom. Not good for a CUT bucket.
    Thanks.....that's what I was trying to say

    Do the foundry buckets use the skid-steer mount?

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    Default Re: Specs for new 3320

    Quote Originally Posted by WV John deere View Post
    Thanks.....that's what I was trying to say

    Do the foundry buckets use the skid-steer mount?
    Yes.

    AKfish
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    Elite Member Rob-D's Avatar
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    Default Re: Specs for new 3320

    The skid steer stuff is nice but I opted for the 73" HD CUT bucket because we have several QA implements already for it. My friend has a tooth bar and I don't, sometimes it's nice to have a bucket without the bar, also I have pallet forks.

    Rob

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    Default Re: Specs for new 3320

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob-D View Post
    The skid steer stuff is nice but I opted for the 73" HD CUT bucket because we have several QA implements already for it. My friend has a tooth bar and I don't, sometimes it's nice to have a bucket without the bar, also I have pallet forks.

    Rob
    That's why there are more than one choice out there. I'm in the opposite situation. I have more skid-steer attachments at my disposal so it's skid-steer for me. You have more QA attachements so, it's QA for you! It boils down to what works for each individual.

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