1. HL295 – Loader
This loader provides a 47” lift of up to 400 lbs.
It’s perfect for moving fallen trees, loading soil into the back of your pickup truck, or transporting large rocks. With the flat edge, it’s also useful for grading and backfilling loose soil, or cutting through the surface of your turf to start that new garden.
2. BG295 – Brush Grapple
As a heavy-duty brush grappler, this three-toothed attachment mounts directly to the BK295 bucket. Capable of clamping forces and ripping (when in reverse,) you can fully retract the attachment so that it doesn’t have to be removed when not in use. That way you can rip up brush, transport larger shrubs, and then lift the grapple out of the way to move soil in, instead of having to change out equipment at each step of your project.
3. DB44 – Dozer Blade
Made with solid steel and a replaceable cutting edge, this 42” wide blade can be used in three different positions, including right and left angles. Now you can clear the snow from your driveway, deepen your drainage ditch, and be as hard on a blade as you need to, without having to worry about replacing the entire piece, as the edge is changeable when it starts to wear out.
4. TR23 – Three Shank Ripper
When you need to rip out compacted driveways or loosen up the soil before you start digging out that small pond, this ripper gets the job done fast. It has three, 17” long steel teeth that can cut right through the hardest soil. They can even be adjusted at different heights, to rip the soil even deeper.
5. LW228 – Log Crane
When you have a large logs to move, the rear-mounted log crane is your go-to. Capable of pulling up to 800 pounds at a time, you can transport even the heaviest of obstacles on your land without breaking a sweat.
6. HA14 – Hitch Adapter
Adding a hitch adapter to your rear sleeve enables you to use dozens of 2” attachments on your MAGNATRAC. Just add a 3rd party ball hitch to it and you can move your flatbed, park the boat, or tote a small trailer around.
7. MS90 – Mud Scraper
If you’re working in the mud, snow, sand, or other type of soil that tends to accumulate between your track sprockets, the scraper kit can help you by continually removing buildup as you work.
8. TSO58 – Grouser Shoes
Need an extra boost in traction? These grouser shoes affix directly to your track system so that you can grip harder into rocky, packed, or muddy soil without losing overall stability in your equipment.
9. D1060 / D1060UG – Backhoes
Imagine having a bucket force of up to 2,500 pounds and being able to reach as high as 103” or low as 80”. There’s hardly any area too steep or deep that you won’t be able to reach…including ravines or sharp inclines on your property. Everything from the hydraulic stabilizers to the 120-degree swing is easily managed with a gentle touch to one of your two MAGNATRAC handles.
10. RT24 – Rock Thumb
Add this attachment to your backhoe, and easily grip heavy rocks or broken up cement pieces to quickly clear out space for your new patio. You can adjust the distance of the “teeth,” to tailor it to the size of debris that needs to be moved.
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Michael James says
I bought a rs 1000 back in 2019 I love it to death. I’m very impressed. My only complaint is this ., The engineering in the manual bucket is terrible ! It really sucks !!!! It dumps my load while in transport… 🤬 I welded some old nuts to the bucket and framing to support it better and added some springs to put more pressure on the locking mechanism. But still any ruff bumps or going over a rockey driveway and it still dumps… On it’s own… And that is so frustrating 🤬… I’m going to call as soon as I can to get est. On hydraulic dump attachment…. But other than that I’m impressed with my unit.
Hi Michael, Thank you for letting us know that you love your RS1000, I’m glad to hear it. 🙂 However, I’m very sad to hear about your feelings on the manual dumping bucket, that’s definitely not what we had in mind. Have you ever spoken with anyone in our technical support team on the issues? There are different settings for the bucket. Some will allow to carry material further back in the bucket and other settings will be better for digging. Possibly our design has changed as well from 2019. I will have one of our techs reach out to you to make sure the settings are correct.
Michael James says
There has to be a way to get it to stop dumping on its own…. I’ve done all the adjustments I know how to do…. I’m very unhappy with that … Otherwise great unit…
Hi Michael, I had one of our techs reach out to you via a phone call. Both numbers we have for you are not working. Can you please reach out to our techs here on the issue? Just make sure to choose “Tech Support” and it will be directed to the corret person. > https://struckcorp.com/contact-us/
CK CASSELMAN says
Did Michael ever get a resolution to the problem he had with manual bucket “dumping on its own”? Or is that still unresolved? It always is great when you can see that a problem has been successfully”fixed”, and the owner is happy with the results.
Yes, I believe there was a resolution. Usually, those questions and answers are handled directly with our technical support team.