The X4S Tree Scoop is an economical way to move small trees quickly and easily. Mounted on a skidsteer, the X4S features a simple and rugged design that gives the operator an excellent view while planting. Featuring 1/4" high alloy steel that hardens with use, and a reinforced frame and sharp digging point.
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Safety strips on the top of the X4S make getting in and out of your skid steer safe and easier.
The mounting plate/adapter/tool carrier is double reinforced at both the top and the bottom.
The X4S is gussetted for additional strength.
The 8 panel structured shape gives the scoop added strength and an aggressive tip for digging. This Scoop is made of ¼” AR400 Steel
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|Tree Size (Evergreen)||1.5"||1.5"||2"||2"|
|Tree Size (Hardwood)||1"||1"||1.5"||1.5"|
|Root Ball Diameter||22"||22"||28"||28"|
|Root Ball Depth||20"||20"||25"||25"|
|Blade Thickness||1/4" High Alloy||1/4" High Alloy||1/4" High Alloy||1/4" High Alloy|
|Skid Steer Attachment||Standard Mini Skidsteer||Bobcat Mini Skidsteer||Standard Universal||Blank Weld-On|
|Loader adapter - Availability / Model||-||-||Bolt-on||-|
|Width - Scoop (Plate)||23" (24")||23" (36")||28" (44")||28" (44")|
Find the new location for your tree. Position the scoop at a defined direction, say North. Push in and scoop your divot.
Scoop the tree to be moved. Lift up and transport to divot. Try to keep as much of the original soil around the root ball to ease shock.
Align scooped tree with original divot. Angle and place tree.
Note: Trees become more tolerant to hot afternoon sun on one side. Changing their orientation can burn foliage.