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Since converting the 7016H to hydrolift I pretty much leave the buccateer on it all the time.

I also added a second collar and spring to the lift rod allowing me a degree of down force to easily reset the bucket after tripping. The hydrolift is very fast on this machine so this works great.

I have used the bucket some to move fill dirt, concrete chunks and rocks down to the woods and mulch. But I mostly use it as a wheelbarrow or wagon. It is very handy to throw tools and small materials and hardware in and take down to the woods or across the yard to whatever I happen to be building or working on. Like I said very handy. It would take a pretty penny for me to get rid of this set up.

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