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  1. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    I agree it is the "bulldozer" function of the 4n1 that is most likely to cause trouble. If you start with the dozer blade against an object and push it is very unlikely you would damage the blade or...
  2. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    I agree that for a construction site the 4n1 makes sense, that is the single best use I can think of.
  3. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    Be patient. 4n1 buckets do show up on eBay. I got mine that way. It was a deal as I got a nearly new WRLong standard weight 4n1 plus the Long diverter valve kit both for $500 plus a couple hundred...
  4. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    I think it is important for folks who are interested in 4n1 buckets to understand these limitations. I own one and do find it useful but it is not the all purpose tool that it's name implies. I keep...
  5. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    I think the vulnerable point is mid way along the back half of the clamshell (the vertical non moving blade). That is unsupported and if you had the bucket open (that is what I mean by bulldoze) and...
  6. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    Your experiences show the Achilles Heel(s) of the 4n1 on a CUT. If they are light then they are vulnerable to damage (especially with bulldozing) and if they are heavily built then they weigh a ton...
  7. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    Larger capacity and weighs less and has replaceable cutting edge. I don't mean to imply that I would specifically change out the 4n1 for the regular bucket very often if the 4n1 was already attached...
  8. Re: "Construction Attachments" 4 in 1 bucket

    I have both grapple and 4n1 and I agree with the several posters who have outlined the limitations of the 4n1. It is a Swiss Army knife implement...decent at many things but great at none. I've...
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