3-Point Dirt Scoop, 24 In.
#65053 $199.95 EA
3-Point Dirt Scoop 24"Ships via motor freight service.
3-Pt. 24" Dirt Scoop. The bucket construction is made from reinforced 2-3/8" tubular steel frame and 2-1/4" angle iron. The bucket dimensions are 24" wide x 25" deep x 10-1/2" high. The bucket capacity is 3.6 cubic feet; however the scoop will hold up to 4 cubic feet based on the composition of the soil or material being moved. The bucket balances on the center mounted frame bushing for easy dumping. The bucket pin size is 7/8". The cutting edge is 24" long x 2-1/2" wide x 5/16" thick. The recommended tractor HP for this scoop is 15 to 35. The scoop has category 1 hitch pins installed.
- Bucket capacity: 3.6 cu. ft. but can move up to 4 cu. ft. based upon material composition
- Bucket construction: 2-3/8" tube & 2-1/4 angle
- Iron; cutting edge: 25" x 2-1/2' x 5/16"; bucket
- Dimensions: 24"w x 24"d x 11"; pin size 7/8";
- Hitch category: 1
- tractor hp: 15-35 hp
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Review Summary (Based on 6 Reviews)
- Overall Rating: 4/5
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DON'T CUT THE TRIP LEVER! It works fine, you just flip the scoop up and it locks in place, there is some flex in the thing! Works fine on Kubota BX1500. Used 4 big washers on the outside of the scoop on the big bolts...could have provided a collar or some washers with it. Mike
The 30" did not fit my tractor so called AS and ordered 24" and it was waiting on me when I returned the 30". Service from AS was outstanding. Ran into same issues with prior comments, I put 4 washers per side, but had to cut 1/2 inch off the release latch to make it work. Not really a complaint, it will work depending on your situation. Will scoop 4 CF of mulch, and light duty for a 15-30 tractor. Beats hauling mulch in a wheelbarrow. I am giving 5 stars for the customer service since I bought the scoop.
If all you have to move material with is a shovel and a wheelbarrow - this scoop will make you think you died and went to heaven. Takes a little adjusting of the top link to get the right pitch, but in just a few minutes I had it working like a charm.
I bought this scoop to move dirt and gravel from the bottom of my drive to the top. My JD 650 works well with this scoop and my job use has expanded to moving mulch and brick. Rope occasionally tangles for the release bar but I haven't had to get off my seat yet. May sell this scoop to a friend and buy the 30" as I believe my tractor will handle it. It's much better than using a wheel barrow!
The best thing about this scoop is the low price, however this scoop has pretty thin steel used for the actual scoop (the 3 pt frame is plenty heavy). I am using for mulch so OK but don't think it would hold up to heavy digging. I also didn't like that only one set of Cat 1 pins were provided. Since scoop is reversible both ends should have pins not just one end (unless you want to unbolt the pins every time you want to reverse the scoop). So plan on getting another set of pins when you buy this scoop. Also you will need some big washers. The scoop is about an inch and a half narrower than the frame but they don't give you any type of spacers so the bolts the scoop pivots on try to bend the sides out when you tighten them down. I stacked washers in the gaps and works good.
Works good for the money and a heck of a lot better than shoveling dirt. Took a little bit to figure out how to make it work best. Once used to operating it, all is smooth.