Bag-A-Nut’s Bucket Dolly is the latest innovation to come out of the warehouse that is sure to make harvesting way easier. This new accessory was designed to work with a Stab-A-Nut, the smallest harvester we have available. If you harvest pecans every year in small quantities and struggle with hauling around a bucket of nuts while carrying your Stab-A-Nut, this product will definitely come in handy. It’s another tool in our line up that will help save your knees and back during harvesting season.
The dolly has a hoop at the bottom designed to hold a 5 gallon bucket. You can place the bottom of the Stab-A-Nut into the bucket, and the top attaches, using a bungee, to a pole catch at the top. This allows you to easily move a 5 gallon bucket of nuts and keep your Stab-A-Nut within easy reach at all times.
When the bucket dolly is in an upright position, the harvester can rest in the crotch of the pole catch so you’re not having to continuously put it down and pick it up all over the yard. We also offer a burlap nut sack that fits nicely into the bucket. When you’re done harvesting, you just lift the sack and carry the nuts to your desired location. If you don’t want to use a sack, you can stack 2 buckets on top of each other for extra storage.
Another cool feature is the forward facing angle of the hoop where the bucket sits. This is important because when you tilt the dolly down, the bucket won’t tip over too far and spill your nuts. As a bonus, your 5 gallon bucket will hold a fifty pound bag of fertilizer. You can cut the top off the bag and easily move the dolly around your yard to fertilize different trees.
The wheels are simple injection molded with no bearings to grease. The nuts and bolts are common sizes that can be easily replaced at any hardware store if you ever need to. The dolly is super lightweight and is made in the United States. The framework and its components are made of powder coated aluminum.
A lot of thought went into this product and it was designed to be a low maintenance device to help you enjoy harvesting your pecans.