Concrete Hopper - Telehandler & Skid Steer - Haugen Attachments - Skid Steers Direct

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Concrete Hopper - Telehandler & Skid Steer - Haugen Attachments

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Door: 3/4 Yard - Manual Door

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Concrete Hopper - Fork Mounted

This Fork Mounted Concrete Hopper from Haugen Attachments is made with heavy-duty steel and manufactured in the USA. This concrete hopper makes your next job run smoothly, allowing you to get to those hard-to-reach places. Available in either a manual or hydraulic door. The fork pockets are 42" deep with open ends and will fit tines around 2.50" thick x 7.50" wide. 

The whole hopper is powder-coated throughout. The manual door comes with a lever to open and close the gate. The hydraulic option allows you to hydraulic actuate the door from inside your cab.

This concrete hopper will make your job site and company operate much smoother by taking large concrete qualities to those areas the concrete truck can’t access. These units are typically kept in stock, and if you have any questions, please contact one of our sales experts.

"Think Quality - Think Safety - Think Haugen" Made in USA

Features

  • Fit rough Terrain Forklifts or Telescopic Lifts
  • Choose from a Manual or Hydraulic Gate
  • Easily place concrete in hard to reach areas
  • 3/4 Yard Hopper. Width 52”, Length 53”, Height 55”, Depth 34”, & Weight 530lbs
  • Available in 3/4 & 1 1/4 yard capacity
  • Slips over your fork tines
  • Fork Pockets 2.50" thick x 7.50" wide x 42" deep
  • 1-year warranty
  • Made in the USA

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