In the early 2000’s, Virnig pioneered the way skid steer rock buckets are made. The redesigned bucket featured innovative one piece tines, a rock dam and strategic gusseting. Others have tried to copy it, but there’s only one Original Skeleton Rock Bucket.
Every other tine is constructed of one piece of steel, from tip to top brace, to add rigidity. Every tine tine is made from 3/8″ Grade 50 steel.
Open bottom and back gives excellent visibility and allows dirt to fall through the 3″ tine spacing.
Raised ridge in center of tines (rock dam) and notch near tips secure rocks while digging.
Fully gusseted tine tips to strengthen tines and limit bending.
Additional uses include digging roots from thick brush, clearing overgrown fence lines and efficient back-dragging.
Recommended loader capacity - Less than 2400 lbs ROC
Tine thickness (in): 3/8" Grade 50
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Less than 2400 pounds
*Material is Grade 50 Plate (50,000 PSI Minimum Yield Strength).