Manure Debris Fork For Loader Bucket - 7 x 39" Straight Spears
Item No : 10763

Your Price
Free Shipping
Share With Friends


60" Bucket Manure Forks - Ideal For Moving Manure, Hay, Down Trees, Brushes, Cleanup Junk and Debris. Can move long square bales.  Really depends on what you want to do with it.

  • Ideal For Moving Manure, Hay, Down Trees, Brushes, Cleanup Junk, Debris and long square bales.
  • 7 x 39" long Straight Spears. Load Limit: 3000 Lb. No Full Load On Bucket Lip
  • Overall width 60". Usable width 57". Can be used on any bucket, 36" or more wider
  • INCLUDES - Seven High Tensile 39" Long Replaceable Forged Square Tapered Tines
  • Quick and Super Strong Mounting with Chain & Turnbuckles. No Drilling Holes In The Bucket. INCLUDED - Two complete sets of heavy duty turnbuckles with chains & hardware

Best for buckets having lip thickness between 1/2" - 2"  
Works great with additional cutting edge, welded or bolted.


Free Shipping for lower 48 US states.


Brand Name Neat Attachments
UPC 610446714111

Questions & Answers

Be the first person to ask the question

If you did not find answer to your question on this page, please type your question in the space below and hit the button "Ask Question" to ask question.

Ask a Question

Customer Rating   4.7 / 5

( 3 reviews )


Review By:
Kim K
Posted On:
Sun, 09 Oct 2022
Amazing make my tractor A Tractor!
The tines are so strong and long. The connector are easy to connector

Review By:
Josh L
Posted On:
Thu, 24 Dec 2020
Debris fork on loader
Very impressed with the quality. Worked great on my loader for cleanup, soon i would be using it for picking long bales. Good deal, fast and free shipped too.

Review By:
Roman Z
Posted On:
Fri, 26 Jun 2020
Mostly works for me
This worked mostly well, except for few issues. I might be doing something wrong, but oftentimes the chain attachment just gets disconnected in the middle of my work - the fork gets jostled around and eventually the chain will just make its way out of the socket. Otherwise it did its job as expected (moving lots of manure). I would consider making the chain a bit more heavyweight.
Load More