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    got my second bucket

    After near a year of search i got a 61 inch bucket for my jd 2320 that came with 49 inch bucket I payed 400 and is in very good condition Plan to use it for light staff/mulch compost firewood snow
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    Nice find. I'm in the opposite situation. I bought the 61" bucket with my 2520 but would like to have a second smaller bucket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    After near a year of search i got a 61 inch bucket for my jd 2320 that came with 49 inch bucket I payed 400 and is in very good condition Plan to use it for light staff/mulch compost firewood snow
    Doubt it, you'll end up leaving it on all the time.
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    Keith is exactly right. You'll love that bucket and move everything with it.
    Great buy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Doubt it, you'll end up leaving it on all the time.
    You underestimate the value of two buckets. I'm a happy owner of a 49" with a Piranha toothbar for summer digging and ripping and a 61" for all the other seasons and reasons. Danmorea, don't let this naysayer get you down. You'll get good use of both!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    You underestimate the value of two buckets. I'm a happy owner of a 49" with a Piranha toothbar for summer digging and ripping and a 61" for all the other seasons and reasons. Danmorea, don't let this naysayer get you down. You'll get good use of both!
    that is my plan. 61 and heavy loads bit of too much strain on front axle
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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    You underestimate the value of two buckets. I'm a happy owner of a 49" with a Piranha toothbar for summer digging and ripping and a 61" for all the other seasons and reasons. Danmorea, don't let this naysayer get you down. You'll get good use of both!
    Best of both worlds.

    I have a 53" bucket on my 2520 and wouldn't want any bigger for digging. With the tooth bar it is just right for virgin packed earth & rocks. I'd like to have a 61" for snow removal
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    Glad to read this! I am a huge fan of two buckets. Small one with toothbar for below grade and a big one with smooth edge for everything above such as backfilling, mulch, and snow. Wouldn't be without this option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmorea View Post
    that is my plan. 61 and heavy loads bit of too much strain on front axle
    Just don't fill it so full as the 49" one.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OxPath View Post
    You underestimate the value of two buckets. I'm a happy owner of a 49" with a Piranha toothbar for summer digging and ripping and a 61" for all the other seasons and reasons. Danmorea, don't let this naysayer get you down. You'll get good use of both!
    Good point.
    Ok I'll admit it, never thought of that. I'm such a loser.
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