3-Point Dirt Scoop, 30 Inches

#67010

$292.99 EA

This 3-point dirt scoop is constructed of heavy duty steel and is designed to perform. Attach your tractor to the front of the dirt scoop and you can scrap or cut soil. Attach to the rear of the scoop to shovel dirt, gravel, and mulch, or just to carry a load.

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The dirt scoop frame construction is made from reinforced 2-3/8 inch tubular steel frame and 2-1/4 inch angle iron. The bucket dimensions are 30 inches wide by 25 inches deep by 10-1/2 inches high. The bucket capacity is 4.5 cubic feet; however, based upon the composition of the soil or material being moved, it can handle up to 6 cubic feet.

The bucket balances on the center mounted frame bushing for easy dumping. The bucket pin size is 7/8 inch. The beveled cutting edge is 30 inches long by 2-1/2 inches wide by 5/16 inches thick. The recommended tractor HP for this scoop is 15 to 35. The scoop has Category 1 hitch pins installed. Additionally, the bucket is equipped with a leveling screw to adjust to your needs. There is a manual trip lever that a rope can be attached to and actuated by hand.

Specifications

  • 3-point dirt scoop
  • Cutting edge: 30 inches wide
  • Reversible mounting
  • 2-3/8 inch tubular steel frame with 2-1/4 inch angle iron
  • Capacity: 4.5 to 6 cubic feet
  • Category 1 hitch

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Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

 

Customer Reviews

5 Stars 4 year follow up

Yes

Ron S. from VA wrote (May 27, 2017):

Several years ago I bought this from Agri-Supply. It was worked/held up great. Durable finish. The bucket has held up to mulch, gravel, road millings, and dirt, and the scoop looks next to new, even being stored outside. Others are right- the fine tunuing mechanisms could use some refinement, but nothing that can't be fabricated at home. Best $300 I have spent on garden equipment!

5 Stars

Yes

from VA wrote (May 24, 2015):

Could not be happier. Works like a charm on my MF 1020. The issue with the adjustment screw moving posted by another customer was solved with a drop of Loctite. Price was great. Dispatched with 7 yards of topsoil in a day. Bucket release mechanism works fine - I applied some grease during assembly. Release easily and cleanly. Paid for itself on the first job.

5 Stars happy and suprised

Yes

markh from AR wrote (January 12, 2015):

I bought this scoop to move crusher dust and top soil around the farm with my small tractor. I was very impressed from the start. It was delivered quickly and crated like fort knox. It assembled easily and looked great. The welds are good and everything is square and works. The bucket release mechanism takes a little fine tuning and the adjustment screw will move as u work the scoop but overall it works great. It's not a hydraulic bucket and won't replace it, but for small loads or tight locations it is a must have. I don't recommend many products from China, but this one is an exception especially for the price. Definately get the 30 inch.

5 Stars 30 inch dirt scoop

Yes

ron from VA wrote (July 15, 2013):

good cheap dirt scoop. The key to success is knowing how you are going to use it before you decide on a model. I bought this for a john deere x728 for hauling mulch and it works great. This is a lightweight chinese scoop, and with the limited lift capacity (weight and height)of my small garden tractor, it was perfect. I did NOT want a heavy gauge metal scoop, as I am using it for mulch and loose dirt. I would not attempt to use it to grade or dig into hard soil with a big tractor. Get a box blade, loosen it up, and then move it with the scoop. I also recommend the 30 inch scoop over the 24. Not a lot heavier, similar dimensions(other than the width), but holds more. I fretted over 24 vs. 30 for my small tractor (google x728 to see how small it is compared to most tractors you see dirt scoops on), but am happy with the 30 inch choice. Overall finish quality okay. welds okay, good basic powdercoat (should last ok), and if you were going to abuse it, and had welding capability, you could reinforce the bucket as