Bottomless Bucket 2ND Gen
- Move Wood to Fire Pit
- Move mulch to your garden
- Move manure and shavings from the stalls to the compost area
- Cut and stack saplings to take to your burn pile
- Collect Constructing Debris to Transport to the Dumpster
- Rake out material from the bed of your truck right into the bucket
- Transport Lawn & Garden Tools
- Lawn and Leaf Cleanups
2nd Gen Features
- Lightweight Solid Aluminum Bucket bolted together
- Kubota B/BX Series Quick Attach Compatible
- Easy and Quick Assembly - Only a couple of 9/16" wrenches needed
- Standard Kubota QA Bracket - No 3rd function valve required
- 24.375 cu ft (0.90 cu yds)
- 60" L X 26" H X 27" W (avg. width)
- 130 LBS
- 600 LBS Load Capacity
Kubota Skid Steer Quick Attach (SSQA) compatible. Dumping the bucket usually just requires lowering it near ground level and shaking the bucket with your joy-stick.
- SSQA - Kubota SSQA
The Bottomless Bucket is made of 3/16" solid aluminum with all panels bolted together. The QA attachment options are available for JDQA and Kubota QA and are made of steel that are also bolted onto the bucket. The bucket and all brackets are powder coated in a graphite gray color.
Dimensions: 60" L X 26" D X 27" W (avg. width)
Volume: 24.375 cu ft (0.90 cu yds)
Weight: 130 LBS
Bucket Material: 3/16" Sheet Aluminum
QA Mouting Brackets Material: 1/4" aluminum
Weight: 7 LBS
SSQA Compatible (CAT 1 Sub-Compact/Compact)
Parcel Box: 64"L X 40"W X 8"H
Shipping Weight 135 LBS
Dissassembled (Simple Assembly Required)
To begin assembly you'll need two 9/16" wrenches (one socket and one open end) and a table or 4X4 posts to rest the floor of the bucket on while you assemble the other panels. Once you have your staging area prepared follow these simple steps.
Approximate time to assemble (60 mins).
Be sure to use a lubricant on all the hex bolts to prevent seizing of the nuts over time.
Step 1: Place floor panel onto the staging area then bolt the left side panel (L) onto the floor panel (O) using the lower 3 bolt holes. The front of the left panel is angled so be sure to match it up with the angled front of the floor panel.
Step 2: Bolt the back panel (B) onto the floor panel (O) using the 5 back bolt holes on the side panel, and the 5 lower bolt holes of the floor working from the left panel towards the right leaving the last bolt open.
Step 3: Bolt front panel (F) onto the side panel (L) and then to floor panel (O) using the 5 holes on side panel and 5 of the 6 holes on the floor panel working from the left panel towards the right. Leave last hole on the right side of the bucket open for now.
Step 4: Bolt right side panel (R) onto the 3 panels (F, O, B) using the 5 holes on the back and front of side panel, and the 3 holes on the bottom. The main bucket is now complete.
Step 5: Place corner gussets in and align to holes. Note that the gussets are trimmed on one side to prevent interfering with the back side bolts so be sure to flip them so the trimmed end is on the back of the bucket.
Step 6: Install the Quick Attach Brackets to the back of the bucket. There is an explicit left and right QA bracket so be sure to mount the left and right brackets such that they will line up with the male QA on FEL. It should be obvious which is the L and R bracket.