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Low Profile Buckets and Grapples
MRF Attachments has three categories of low profile buckets, light duty, standard duty, and heavy duty. Here are some key differences to point out in helping make the decision best fit for you.
Light Duty (LD) All light duty models feature channel top edge and two runners underneath. Mor for the hobby farmer or compact tractor owners. No stiffeners on the inside and made with 3/16″ steel shell construction.
Standard Duty (SD) Feature enclosed top edge for strength and four runners underneath. These also are not built with stiffeners on the inside and like our light duty model built with 3/16″ steel shell construction. They include 3/8″ steel welded on side protectors, and include a enclosed top edge for strength, and four runners underneath.
Heavy Duty (HD) Heaviest one of them all and made with all the standard duty features plus inside vertical supports. They also include the 3/8″ steel welded on side protectors.
We here at MRF take pride in our work and our results. When ordering you can add holes punched in for the option of adding a double bevel bolt on cutting edge, sold seperately, for added bucket protection.
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Bolt-On Side Kit$215.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
Replaceable Weld-On Tooth Kit$70.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
78″ Material Bucket Grapple$4,175.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
66″ Material Bucket Grapple$3,955.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
84″ Heavy Duty Material Bucket$2,025.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
78″ Heavy Duty Material Bucket$1,950.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
60″ Standard Duty Material Bucket$1,505.00 + FREE Shipping & FREE Returns Add to cart
What is a low profile bucket?
The MRF Attachments low profile bucket is an attachment bucket with a longer bottom than the average outdoor construction bucket. Our sturdy metal design allows for visible breakout power with many applications for farm and construction work.
Not only will it handle those hard to load items, it can also be used for land leveling and clearing. So, why not take a look at the Messer Repair low profile material buckets we have in stock?
What low profile buckets are available?
At MRF Attachments, our low profile buckets come in a variety of sizes. While all of our material buckets are great for all-season work, your particular needs will require a certain size.
The 66″ MRF Attachments Material Bucket is a heavy duty model featuring inside vertical supports. This material bucket can also handle upwards of 3000 pounds.
72″ MRF Attachments Material Bucket
MRF Attachments also features their material bucket in a slightly bigger configuration.
78″ MRF Attachments Material Bucket
The next size up for an MRF Attachments Material Bucket is 78 inches. Plus, you have the same design as the smaller versions, but with a bucket designed to handle a bigger load.
84″ MRF Attachments Material Bucket
84 inches is the biggest MRF Attachments makes their Material Buckets.
How will I use my new MRF Attachments low profile bucket?
MRF low profile buckets can work with a ton of material that you encounter on the farm and in outdoor labor. The most important thing to do is understand the work you want to tackle with these items.
Industries that use the MRF Attachments material buckets
Small Hobby Farms
Outdoor Labor including Land Management makes great use of material buckets
Construction involves moving great deals of material from one site to another.
Private Farming makes up a huge section of the Agriculture buying community. It’s also where customers get confused, because while you might have people with one set of needs…things can change a mile down the road.
Commercial Farming opens up another bag of worms. While farming at large scale for a shared purpose will produce a ton of excess material, the means of moving that material changes wildly.
How do I know that an MRF Attachments Material Bucket will fit my Skid Steer?
No one wants to run into skid steer loading issues. Especially when it’s -10 or 110 degrees outside. If you have a smaller skid loader, pick from the smaller sizes.
If you’re working on a 25 acres or smaller farm, go smaller before bigger.
Reach out and contact the homegrown professionals at MRF Attachments!
MRF Attachments is here to help find the right material bucket and material bucket grapple for you.