How Do I Measure My Digger Buckets Pick Up Dimensions?

1. Pin Diameter

The pin diameter is as simple as it sounds. Take one of your old pins out of your bucket, and measure how wide the pin is! The easiest way to do this is with a set of Vernier callipers. However it can also be done with a tape measure or ruler! Alternatively, you can measure the inside diameter of the boss on the hanger! Please allow a few millimetre wear if the bucket is well used!

2. Dipper Gap

The dipper gap is the internal measurement between the bucket hangers, or bucket ears as they are sometimes referred to! This is the section where the main arm of the digger fits in, and also the bucket link.

You need to measure the smallest internal size, this is often between the bosses on the bucket!

The easiest way is to measure using a tape measure or ruler. You can also measure the outside width of the bucket link, however these can often be worn, and as a result, give inaccurate measurements, so only use this method if really necessary!

3. Pin Centres

The final measurement we would need to find the bucket you require is the pin centres. This is basically the distance between each of the 2 bucket pins from centre to centre! 

The easiest way to measure these is by using a ruler or tape measure!

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Post time: Aug-03-2022