Utility equipment: High and medium capacity snow bucket skid steer attachments

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Utility vehicles: Berlon Industries has added high capacity and medium capacity snow buckets to its lineup of snow management attachments for skid steers, tractor loaders, compact utility tractors, wheel loaders and tele-handlers. The new buckets come in widths of 84, 96 and 102 inches.

The high capacity buckets can hold 2.26 cubic yards for the 84-inch-wide model, 2.59 cubic yards in the 96-inch-wide model, and 2.75 cubic yards in the 102-inch model.

The medium capacity buckets can hold 1.60, 1.83 and 1.95 cubic yards, respectively.

The back wall has openings to allow the skid steer loader operator to see the cutting edge. The bottom of the bucket has wear bars for increased lifespan and durability.

As with all Berlon buckets, the body is fully welded to keep rust-causing moisture out of the seams. A radius kick-out plate prevents snow and ice buildup in the lower corner.

The buckets come with a universal skid steer mounting plate. Heavy duty mounting plates are available, as is a double reinforcement kit for the bucket.

For more information about Berlon or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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