Hi. I'm Ted from Everything Attachments. We're here today with the Construction Attachments brand of rock bucket. There are a lot of things that set this bucket apart from some of the cheaper rock buckets that I've seen. Number one, this big plate that's in front will let you comb through your debris and get it into the bucket where it can be sifted or collected. These extra thick pieces of steel are welded here. If you do the optional grapple, which is real easy to install with only four bolts, that's where it comes down and bottoms out on, instead of bottoming out in the cylinder, which is bad for your cylinders and will reduce your life. So that's what the thick pieces are there for.
This bucket has a lot of distance from the top to the bottom here simply to keep the wafering [SP] effect out. If you have thick and thin areas between those rails, you're going to end up with rocks and stuff jammed in them. This particular bucket has a solid rod run all the way through it. It's welded on both sides. It's welded all the way on this plate. It's welded completely into the back square tube, which is part of where your push is going to come from, from your quick attach. This tine is all one piece, it's not a two-piece tine, welded back there to your back plate with a short piece put in. It's got slots through the side to let debris go through. And it's just built much heavier than any of the other buckets that I've seen like this called a skeleton bucket. You do have your foot pads to get in from on the sides when you have your grapple here on the center. You can always add your grapple later, or get it as a single unit at one time.
Turn around, Peanut, let's show them the back of it. Stop it right there, that's good. Right here are three solid bosses that are threaded, and that's what's going to line up your -- the grapple that goes on the top of this is slotted, and you use that to line up your grapple. You don't have to tighten any of this, this stays just like it is. Then you install your four bolts from the other side. It's built really heavy to where it's connecting to so many rails behind this. It has the tubular top and bottom. You're not going to have any problem with pushing this in, like you might on a cheap bucket. This is one of the better skeleton buckets. This is probably the best skeleton-style rock bucket I've ever seen. We hope you'll make all your purchases at Everything Attachments. Give us a call or an email. We'll help size this for your machine, help you get the grapple or not, and make sure that you're making the right purchase.