There are several types of buckets offered for your SkyTrak. Each one designed to serve a different purpose.
A 60″ slip on bucket, slides over the forks (leave the carriage and forks attached) and is well suited to handle loose material. A favorite of roofers, it is efficient at loading roof hoppers with gravel. Light duty clean up is another task for this style.
You can be more aggressive with 96″ direct connect (disconnect the carriage and forks), pin on buckets. They are good for moving mud, snow and other loose materials that can make a path for the SkyTrak. Caution should always be used, as the SkyTrak is not designed to dig packed ground or remove concrete or stumps. You can also back blade with this style when you put light down pressure on the ground and back up the SkyTrak.
Always start out slow and be very aware of obstacles like manhole covers, parking bumpers and raised concrete. You can inflict great SkyTrak damage and operator injury if the machine comes to a sudden, violent stop when plowing.