Load-Quip Rock Sifter Bucket Attachment — 60in. Bucket, 750-Lb. Capacity, Model# 29211716 | Skid-Steers Attachments| Northern Tool + Equipment
Anyone ever use one of these, be it on a skid steer or tractor? Did it get rocks up and sift soil easily? Was the process painfully slow or were you able to cover a decent amount of ground over time?
This is lightest rock type bucket I have found that is under $1k. I need something light because I want to mount it to a 2210. At 260lbs, it is still a load for a SCUT but... better than the buckets I have seen that weigh 400-600lbs.
I figure I can get some artillian mounting plates and get it welded on to this bucket and then use it. I have a need to pick up rocks on about a two acre lot before seeding. I have rocks everywhere. I am torn between maybe using this set up and renting a rock hound like another forum member suggested. My research on the rock hound says it only goes down about two inches. I have rocks below the surface as well as above so I am not sure if it will clean up all that I need cleaning up.
How much clean soil does one need in order to just plant grass seed?