Tractor Gear for your Frontier

US PATENT PENDING

Bucketeer Gear

You've got land. You've got a tractor. You've got a whole lot to do. Well, we've got you covered. Introducing the Bucketeer. The Bucketeer is a revolutionary tractor implement designed to transform your sub-compact or compact tractor into a virtual swiss army knife of productivity. It's the first of it's kind to attach to the sides of the tractor bucket and will even fit most of the new quick-release buckets on the market. The Bucketeer is a US patent pending landscape and maintenance implement that expands the capabilities of the tractor far beyond it's traditional basic functions.

The Bucketeer will expand to fit sub-compact and compact tractors with O.E.M. bucket widths between 48" to 72" from most manufacturers including Kubota, John Deere, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, CASE IH, Mahindra, Kioti and many others.

Implements

The Bucketeer's implement adapter bar has four receivers that house traditional and non-traditional implements to perform various work-related and time saving tasks. The base unit comes with 32" utility forks, and is the most versatile implement in the lineup. All other implements attach to the base unit. Browse below to see the full potential of what Bucketeer has to offer you and your frontier!

B-4000 Bucketeer Assembly w/32” Forks


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Bucketeer Adjustable Implement Adaptor Assembly with 32” utility Forks is the patent pending platform for Bucketeer Tractor Gear®.
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B-4100 Bucketeer 42” Hay Forks


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42” Hay Forks also incorporate the Universal Mounting System and are for use with the higher horsepower tractors for moving the round hay bales.
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B-4200 Bucketeer Trailer Dolly


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The Bucketeer Trailer Dolly also incorporates the Universal Mounting System. Move trailers with ease using this useful tool!
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B-4300 Bucketeer Grapevine, Sapling Extractor


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This useful work saving tool easily removes grapevine from trees and also unwanted saplings without getting off your tractor.
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B-4500 Bucketeer Road, Walkway and Landscape Roller


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The Bucketeer Road, Walkway and Landscape Roller fits into the Universal Mounting System to roll out roadways, sidewalks, and all types of landscape projects.
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B-4600 Bucketeer Utility Crane “BUC”


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The Bucketeer Utility Crane fits into the Universal Mounting System and is designed to lift! Use the Crane to perform a multitude of tasks.
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B-4700 Landscape Comb


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The Bucketeer Debris Comb fits into the Universal Mounting System and is designed to use in cleaning up lighter material than the utility forks.
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Dealers

Bucketeer Gear has partnered with numerous dealers listed below.

Fuller Tractor Company
3310 W. Hwy 44  
Alice, TX 78332
(361) 668-9800
Bobby Ford Tractor
2498 Texas 288 Business 
Angleton, Tx 77515
(979) 849-5400
Fuller Tractor Company
1905 W HWY 59  
Beeville, TX 78102
(361) 358-4084
Ewald Kubota
29171 Interstate 10 Frontage Rd 
Boerne, Tx 78006
(830) 755-5305
Washington County Tractors
2106 Hwy 290 East 
Brenham, Tx 77833
(979) 830-0692
Washington County Tractors
1889 Hwy 290 East 
Brenham, TX 77833
(979) 836-4591
Washington County Tractors
2708 S. Market 
Brenham, Tx 77833
(979) 421-9075
Washington County Tractors
1960 N. Earl Rudder Fwy 
Bryan, Tx 77808
(979) 778-0325
Jimmy’s Cycle, Tractor & Marine Inc.
2045 California Ave SW  
Camden, AR 71701
(870) 836-2502
Lonestar Ranch & Outdoor
815 W Industrial Blvd 
Cleburne, Tx 76033
(817) 645-4325
Ewald Kubota
309 S Padre Island Dr 
Corpus Christi, Tx 78405
(361) 289-0818
Ewald Kubota
4715 E Hwy 71 
Del Valle, Tx 78617
(512) 385-2800
Hill Country Tractor
14620 I-37 
Elmendorf, TX 78112
(210) 633-0803
Ewald Kubota
2600 Business Loop 181 N 
Floresville, Tx 78114
(830) 216-7279
Precision Ag Repair
208 West Davilla 
Granger, TX 76530
512-859-2070
Tipton International
514 Abbott Ave 
Hillsboro, Tx 76645
(254) 582-5333
Ewald Kubota
5522 US-281 
Marble Falls, Tx 78654
(830) 798-8800
Washington County Tractors
10044 State Hwy 6 
Navasota, Tx 77868
(936) 825-7577
Paige Tractors, Inc.
4409 Hwy 290 E. 
Paige, TX 78659
(512) 253-6683
Epperson Tractor
3181 S. Robinson Dr. S. Hwy 77
Robinson, TX 76706
(254) 881-7113
Buzbee Feed & Seed, Inc.
1701 S. Loop 340 
Robinson, TX 76706
254-757-1557
Hlavinka EQ Co.
3709 US 59 S. Frontage Rd.
Rosenberg, TX 77471
(281) 342-5527
Henderson Tractor & Implement Co.
5655 Christoval Rd. 
San Angelo, TX 76904
(325) 656-7912
Virnau Sealy Tractor
1537 Hwy 36  
Sealy, TX 77474
(979) 885-3549
Ewald Kubota
1900 W IH 10 
Seguin, Tx 78155
(830) 379-4591
ASCO Stores
3600 US-82 
Sherman, Tx 75090
(903) 893-7586
Wilson’s Equipment Company
1509 Asheville Highway 
Spartanburg, SC 29303
(864) 583-8433
Ewald Kubota
3701 E 4th St 
Taylor, Tx 76574
(512) 352-5548
Washington County Tractors
3509 N. 3rd 
Temple, Tx 76501
(254) 742-1212
ASCO Stores
401 FM148 
Terrell, Tx 75160
(972) 563-2171
Crosby Equipment, LLC
6719 Dorr St. 
Toledo, Ohio 43615
419-865-8820
ASCO Stores
2602 E Front St 
Tyler, Tx 75702
(903) 593-0201
Tipton International
4204 S Interstate Hwy 35 
Waco, Tx 76706
(254) 662-2420
Lloyd Trailer Co.
5250 Interstate 35 North 
Waco, Texas 76705
254-799-8898
Waxahachie Equipment
3851 S Interstate Highway 35 E 
Waxahachie, Tx 75165
(972) 937-5870
Lonestar Ranch & Outdoor
1820 Mineral Wells Hwy 
Weatherford, Tx 76088
(817) 594-4852
ASCO Stores
2900 Henry S Grace Fwy 
Wichita Falls, Tx 76302
(940) 687-2726

Testimonials

Here are a just a few things our customers are saying


I acquired a Bucketeer last year. I mounted it on a John Deere 4720 with a 6' bucket. I have used it extensively for picking up logs, brush, debris etc. I loaded a 40-yard dumpster full in a few hours. I loaded a pickup bed with axle and tongue welded on it. I don't know how much it weighed, but the back of the tractor was light while carrying it. I have accomplished so much that would have never gotten done. I use my Bucketeer almost every time I get on my tractor. I can't imagine life on the farm without it. The Bucketeer is as handy as a pocket on a shirt!

B. Peck

The Bucketeer is probably the best tool I have ever bought in my life.  

The Bucketeer has saved me countless hours of miserable work. We have been cleaning up my family's farm after my parents passed. There were collapsed barns, brush piles, trash, old air handlers, broken up concrete slabs, tangled barbed wire, broken down disc harrows - you name it, they had it. A mess everywhere, and everything was a potential snake pit with jagged metal and who knows what else. We were filling up roll-up containers by hauling everything by hand - it took forever.

I bought the Bucketeer halfway through the cleanup and it was a total game changer. I can't even tell you how much time it saved us. Better yet, it made the work so, so, so much easier. All the horrible jobs became totally manageable tasks.  

Even though we're done with the big cleanup, we still use the Bucketeer all the time. It's a lifesaver with brush clearing, moving lumber, moving stones - we use it for anything that is heavy, awkward and hard to move which, on a farm, is most things. The guy who designed it clearly knows a LOT about how people use tractors in real life. It's well designed and just satisfying to use. I actually have a lot of fun with it.  

If you have a front loader and you use it more than a couple of hours a week, do yourself a huge favor and go buy yourself a Bucketeer.

 

 

C. Hildebrand

I purchased my Bucketeer and immediately used it to clear 2 acres of cedar branches left by cedar choppers.  The spears worked great with my bucket to push the branches into 5 neat piles ready to burn. I really like being able to use the grapple feature without removing my bucket on the tractor.  After finishing the piles I just flipped the spears up and used my bucket to move gravel onto the road.  What a great tool!

F. Jennings

I do use the Bucketeer regularly, mostly for Hay, Phone Pole movement and brush pile clean up.

One of the best things they have been used for was running barbed wire fencing! In the Non-Working Position, I put one roll on each of the Bucketeer Forks, and then tied the loose wire ends to pounded T-Post and drove backward gently across the field. I put some spreader posts part way to keep the strands from tangling, then pulled each strand tight one at a time from the downwind side. Worked great! This way it’s a 1-man job! I ran about 1400 feet with just one pass, on two separate fences. I could not have done that so efficiently with any other method than the Bucketeer!

T. Wood

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