Customer Reviews

I bought a 74" skeleton bucket for my bobcat S570 about a year ago. Just wanted to let you know how much I like that attachment. It's amazing what I can do with it. Best attachment that I have! Thank you!

Super Duty Brush Grapples – Christiaan LI just wanted to reach back to you all and let you know that I'm super happy with this brush grapple.  This thing is knocking tons of TODOs I have going on around the property.  Check out this stump I was able to load into my dumpster! This thing is a quality product -- maybe even a bit too heavy duty haha!

Replacement Grapple & hydraulic cylinderJust wanted to thank y'all for sending the replacement Grapple & hydraulic cylinder for my Skeleton Bucket. I have really been happy with the results and versatility this implement has provided in use on my Kubota SVL 75-2. Your understanding and prompt replacement when a weld failed on the pin retainer underscores the commitment Jenkins has in providing quality equipment.  Unfortunately i just underwent back surgery so my ability to complete the required welding for refit is delayed. Have no doubt that will be on the top of my to do list once the Doc gives me the okay. I have a lot of work planned for the fall.

Stump bucket GrappleI know your products see a lot worse conditions than mine, but I had to send these photos on how well your bucket works. My soft maples had developed exposed roots along my curb.   This kept me from edging the curb and making the lawn look trimmed up.  There were lots of small feeders and some that were probably 2-1/2” in diameter.    The big ones like that, were too much to lift out, but with ease, I was able to go under them, close the clam and back up and rip them out like butter.  You can see in a picture where I ripped out a whole bundle of small tangled roots.   When I did that, about a million uses popped into my head on what else I could use the grapple for.   I can’t imagine ordering a stump bucket without the clam shell.   What a tool. Then you can see where I used the teeth to edge the dirt down along the curb and look for other roots.   Now those areas can dry out and we can start get the lawn ready for some new black dirt and grass.