Rock Bucket fits Skid Steer | Bradco

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Rock Buckets
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Bradco's Rock Bucket is available in 2" or 3" tine spacing and is designed to collect rocks and debris, allowing the soil to sift through. Bucket design is used for fast clean-up, ground leveling, sifting out debris and rocks and gathering material away from buildings and obstructions.



  • Collect rocks, bricks and debris allowing the soil to sift through
  • Magnesium alloy steel tines for maximum strength and durability
  • Round tines ensure tines will not bend easily
  • 2" and 3" tine spacing options
  • Universal Skid Steer mounting bracket included

Grapple Features:

  • One grapple assembly fits 66”, 75”, and 84” rock buckets with 2” and 3” bucket tine spacing
  • Hooks are welded to front tube rather than individual bolted for added strength and ease of assembly
  • Replaceable front tine assembly
  • Hooks do not extend beyond front plane of bucket tines
  • Grapple hooks interlock with bucket tines
  • Added structure between grapple arms to trap and contain debris
  • Spherical bearings, threaded cylinder glands, and secluded grease zerks for added durability
  • Easy to assemble grapple mounting



 66" (3" spacing) , 75" (2" & 3" spacing) & 84" (3" spacing) buckets ship within 3 days, other models are built to order.

Manufactured by Paladin

1 Year Warranty Warranty is processed through Paladin, covers all normal warranty items, excluding ground engaging parts such as: sprockets, digging chains, bearings, teeth, tamping and demolition heads, blade cutting edges, pilot bits, auger teeth, auge

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  • 5
    Excellent Bucket

    Posted by Jeff P on Mar 23rd 2018

    Purchased this bucket in 75" width for use with the Kubota L47 TLB (47 HP Gross). It's very well built and works great. However, I would not advise this width for use with a tractor any smaller than the one I put it on due to its quality, heavy duty build, and the way the tines stick out quite far, it takes a powerful tractor/skid-steer to make best use of it. It I dig in deep to a loose pile of dirt/rocks, my tractor does not have enough loader lift capacity to pick-up the load, in which case I just back out a little or dig in a little shallower, which makes better sense anyway, because it's difficult to sift rocks with it when over-filling. Thus, my tractor is probably well paired with this implement when used correctly. If you have a smaller tractor, the narrower versions would be a good option, and the mini-skid-steer version might also work well, iff it can adapt properly to your tractors loader mount. One last though, if you are going to be regularly sifting rocks for a business and profit, you may want to consider one of the considerably more expensive implements that actually use a third function hydraulic rotator to rotate the soil/debris which vastly aids i the sifting process. These work similar to a concrete truck, but with a screen of chosen size on the bottom to let the fines sift out as the debris rotates within the drum. For my purposes, this Rock Bucket was the perfect balance of price and size, so I'm very happy. Good day!