A skid steer loader is typically used at construction sites. It comes with arms that allow you to attach several skid steer attachments and accessories, enhancing the efficiency of your work. Read on to learn about two skid steer attachments, pallet forks and buckets, which make it easier to handle tasks on a construction site.
Skid Steer Pallet Fork
At industrial sites, you may need to lift and stack bundles of products and materials. Instead of purchasing a forklift, you could opt for a pallet fork skid steer attachment that comes with two spike-like structures attached to a flat, vertical base. It can be used to pick up a bundle of items and helps to keep them steady when moving and piling. In addition to this, since training new members on how to use different pieces of equipment requires time, teaching them to use a single machine with multiple attachments is easier.
Top 5 Functions of Pallet Forks
- Unloading landscape rocks and rearranging fixtures.
- Unloading freight.
- Transporting construction supplies.
- Lifting and moving bales.
- Unloading shingles, lumber, fencing, siding, and block.
A pallet fork is typically available in different sizes of 42, 48, and 60 inches. We have the following HLA pallet fork skid steer attachments in our wide range of inventory:
- Heavy Duty Pallet Forks that have:
- 2,000 LB Capacity
- 4,200 LB Capacity
- 5,000 LB Capacity
- HLA Mini Pallet Forks with a capacity of 1,200 LB
Skid Steer Buckets
Using a skid steer bucket attachment can be extremely helpful on construction sites that often require machines and tools to lift and move heavy materials such as soil, dirt, or other pieces of equipment. Buckets are available in various styles, sizes, and weights, including ditching & grading buckets, tooth buckets, and bucket and grapple attachment combinations that provide better scooping. The standard widths of these buckets are 60, 72, 78, and 84 inches.
4 Tips to Select the Right Skid Steer Buckets for Your Equipment
- Mind the Soil Conditions while Selecting a Bucket
Opt for heavy-duty buckets if you want to work on locations with a variety of soil conditions, such as sand, gravel, silt, clay, and shale. If you frequently handle abrasive materials and work on projects with a lot of digging and truck-loading functions, select severe-duty buckets.
- Ensure Your Digging Requirements are Met
Based on your requirements on construction sites, you must choose whether you require a tooth bucket, bucket grapples, ditching and grading bucket, or thumb bucket.
- Use Accessories to Customize Buckets
A variety of accessories such as sidebar protectors, side and bottom wear plates, and side cutters can help decrease wear and tear on the bucket, keeping the machine running smoothly for a long time.
- Inspect and Replace Parts
Maintaining skid steer buckets is just as crucial as adhering to the routine maintenance schedules on the skid steer itself. You must inspect the heel of the bucket, its cutting edges, and bucket teeth for signs of wear, and replace it before they depreciate completely.
We have the following HLA skid steer bucket attachments for a variety of models:
- Skid Steer Buckets in Regular & Heavy Duty
- Skid Steer Buckets With Digging Teeth
- High Volume Snow Bucket
- High Dump Bucket
- Bucket & Regular Utility Grapple
- Scrap Grapple Bucket
- Concrete Slab Lifter Bucket
Explore Our Wide range of Pallet Forks & Bucket Attachments for Skid Steers
At Tag Equipment, we have a wide selection of skid steer attachments including Bobcat buckets and HLA accessories. For more information about our products, get in touch with our experts by calling 647-559-3703. We will help you find the right attachments for your skid steer.