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Excavator Bucket Parts Supplier

Bucket Parts Series

Winner Tiger is a ground engaging tools Supplier in China. Our bucket parts are suitable for excavators and loaders. Customized services are available, supporting OEM. Fast Delivery Time. Once you choose Winner Tiger, you will get quality wear parts, long service life, and competitive factory price!

Chocky Bars
Chocky Bars
  • Designed to provide superior protection and extended wear life for heavy equipment
  • Available in a range of sizes to fit various machinery models and applications
  • Easy to install and replace for quick maintenance and reduced downtime

 

Wear Button
Wear Button
  • Easy to install and no pre/post heating required when welding the wear buttons
  • Provides excellent protection for equipment adapters and high wear areas
  • Available in a range of sizes to fit different applications and machinery models
  • Durable and long-lasting construction to withstand demanding operating conditions
  • Designed to improve equipment uptime and reduce maintenance costs
8 Products Found.

Heel Shrouds

  • 138-6529_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    138-6529_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    41 mm x 178 mm Straight Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 138-6551_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    138-6551_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    41 mm x 178 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 157-1019_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    157-1019_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    50 mm x 254 mm Straight Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 157-1027_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    157-1027_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    50 mm x 254 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 280-4078_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    280-4078_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    25 mm x 119 mm Straight Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 280-4079_CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    25 mm x 119 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 417-5696_CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    417-5696_CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    65 mm x 250 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 438-4558_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    438-4558_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    99 mm x 244 mm Straight Weld-On PTA Heel Shroud

  • 438-4559_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    438-4559_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    99 mm x 244 mm Straight Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 465-2006_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    465-2006_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    37 mm x 232 mm Straight Heel Shroud

  • 465-2006_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    465-2006_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    37 mm x 232 mm Straight Heel Shroud

  • 605-5351_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    605-5351_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    115 mm x 250 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

  • 605-5352_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud
    605-5352_ CAT style Bucket Heel Shroud

    115 mm x 250 mm Curved Weld-On Heel Shroud

Lip Shrouds

Bucket Protectors

  • 347-7571_ 30mm Thick Bucket Side Protector Wear Pla
    347-7571_ 30mm Thick Bucket Side Protector Wear Pla

    30mm Thick Bucket Left Hand Side Protector Wear Plate protects the Excavator Bucket

  • 347-7572_ 30mm Thick Bucket Side Protector Wear Pla
    347-7572_ 30mm Thick Bucket Side Protector Wear Pla

    30MM THICK Bucket Left-Hand Side Protector Wear Plate protects the Excavator Bucket

Bucket Side Cutter

  • 175-1575_ Excavator Procurement Side Cutter
    175-1575_ Excavator Procurement Side Cutter

    Excavator Right Hand Side Cutter for General purpose Bucket

  • 202-8431_ 12mm Thick Bucket Side Cutter
    202-8431: 12MM THICK BUCKET SIDE CUTTER

    12mm Thick Left Hand Bucket Side Cutter

  • 202-8432_ 12mm Thick Bucket Side Cutter
    202-8432_ 12mm Thick Bucket Side Cutter

    12mm Thick Right Hand Bucket Side Cutter

Full Range of Excavator Bucket Parts in Winner Tiger

Full Range of Excavator Bucket Parts in Winner Tiger
Full Range of Excavator Bucket Parts in Winner Tiger

    We are experts in bucket parts.

    Our products include a heel shroud, lip shroud, bucket protector, side cutter, blade, adaptor, and teeth, nut and bolt, pin and retainer, chocky bar, and wear button.

    In addition, we also provide bucket parts by brands, like Caterpillar, Komatsu, Esco, and Black.

Why Choose us?

Amplia Experiencia y Personalización
Extensive Experience and Customization

With over 10 years of experience, we are a leading supplier in the industry, providing casting, forging, and CNC machining spare parts for mining, construction, and rails. We specialize in customized solutions, ensuring that our bucket parts perfectly match your requirements and equipment.

Fabricación de alta calidad y atención al cliente
High-Quality Manufacturing and Customer Support

We adhere to stringent quality control measures, including certifications like ISO9001, TS16949, and ISO1400, ensuring that our products meet the highest standards. Our dedicated team is committed to providing excellent customer support, offering timely responses and weekly reports to address any inquiries or concerns.

Precios competitivos y el mejor servicio
Competitive Pricing and Best Service

We strive to offer a combination of high quality and competitive pricing to provide the best value for our customers. Additionally, our efficient service ensures that your questions and requests will be addressed promptly within 24 hours.

Major Industrial Applications

Construcción
Construction
  • Provide all solutions for the repair and maintenance of construction equipment.
  • Our engineers will give you the best advice on matching parts
Minería
Mining
  • Expert in wear parts for quarries and mines.
  • Digital mines are available.
  • Experienced engineers provide the best solution.
  • Focusing on improving productivity through quality steel, excellent design, and perfect coordination.
Dragado
Dredging
  • Full certificates to ensure quality.
  • Design products based on customer needs.
  • No worries when purchasing equipment, providing full service
Fabricante de piezas de cucharón de excavadora en China
Excavator Bucket Parts Supplier in China

Available Parts

Excavator Bucket Parts

Part No. A(mm) B(mm) C(mm) D(mm) E(mm) F(mm) KGS
ES6697 240 50 100 150 165 165 20
ES6697-2 250 50 150 200 188 166 23
ES6697-3 200 38 100 150 188 178 12.5
ES6697-4 175 32 100 135 188 178 10.2
ES6697-5 300 50 200 235 250 220 37
ES6697-6 300 50 150 200 188 166 31
ES6697-7 350 100 250 235 250 220 86

Including but not limited to the following

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bucket Protection parts

208-934-Z170
209-939-5170
AP40
AP50
AP60
AP58
AP70
150-70
140-60
140-65
140-110
175-140
230-190
HS200-150
ES6697-2
ES6697-3
ES6697-4
9J9600
1U0740
ES5280
112-2489(3.2CM)(3.5CM)(4.0CM)
166-2489
SF60SL
SF50
SF60
E91
SC50-150

Testing Equipment

Replacement Brands

  • Caterpillar
    Caterpillar
  • Komatsu
    Komatsu
  • Hitachi
    Hitachi
  • Kobelco
    Kobelco
  • JCB
    JCB
  • Doosan
    Doosan
  • Sany
    Sany

FAQ

What is the Lead Time?

Casting:30-60 days.

CNC machining:15-30 days.

What is the Payment Methods?

Our payment options include T/T, L/C, or O/A.

What is the Warranty?

One year without vandalism.

How to change a quick release digger bucket?

To change a quick release digger bucket, follow these steps:

  1. Ensure the digger is turned off and the bucket is resting on the ground.
  2. Locate the quick release mechanism, which may vary depending on the digger model.
  3. Engage the safety lock or pin to secure the bucket in place.
  4. Use the appropriate tools (such as a wrench or socket) to remove the retaining bolts or pins that hold the bucket in position.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the quick release mechanism.
  6. Align the new bucket with the quick release mechanism and ensure it is securely attached.
  7. Insert and tighten the retaining bolts or pins to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the digger.
How to stop clay sticking to a digger bucket?

Clay sticking to a digger bucket can hinder productivity and efficiency. Here are some tips to minimize clay sticking:

  • Apply a release agent: Use a suitable release agent or lubricant on the bucket surface to reduce clay adhesion. Silicone sprays or non-stick coatings can be effective.
  • Adjust bucket angle: Tilt the bucket slightly backward to change the angle of attack and reduce clay sticking.
  • Use water or moisture: Spraying water or using a moist cloth on the bucket can help prevent clay from adhering to the surface.
  • Clean the bucket regularly: Remove any clay buildup from the bucket after each use to prevent it from hardening and causing further sticking.
  • Consider bucket modifications: Some digger bucket designs, such as those with curved or smooth surfaces, can minimize clay sticking. Explore options that are specifically designed for clay-heavy conditions.
How to change a bucket on a Hitachi digger?

To change a bucket on a Hitachi digger, follow these steps:

  1. Position the digger on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground.
  3. Locate the bucket attachment points or pins on the boom.
  4. Remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket to the attachment points.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
  6. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
  7. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the Hitachi digger.
How to change a bucket on a Takeuchi mini digger?
  1. To change a bucket on a Takeuchi mini digger, follow these steps:
    1. Ensure the mini digger is turned off and the bucket is resting on the ground.
    2. Locate the bucket attachment points or pins on the arm or boom.
    3. Use the appropriate tools (such as a wrench or socket) to remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket.
    4. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
    5. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
    6. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
    7. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the Takeuchi mini digger.
How to change a digger bucket?

The process of changing a digger bucket may vary depending on the specific digger model. However, in general, the steps involved are as follows:

  1. Position the digger on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the groundQ: Are excavator buckets universal?
    A: Excavator buckets are not universal and can vary in size, shape, and attachment mechanisms. Different excavator models and Supplier may have specific bucket designs that are compatible with their machines. It’s important to ensure that the bucket you choose is compatible with your specific excavator model to ensure proper fit and function.
How does a bucket wheel excavator work?

A bucket wheel excavator is a large, heavy-duty machine used in mining and excavation operations. It consists of a rotating wheel with multiple buckets attached to its circumference. The excavator is typically mounted on a set of crawler tracks for mobility. As the wheel rotates, the buckets scoop up the material (such as soil, coal, or ore) and deposit it onto a conveyor system or into trucks for transport. Bucket wheel excavators are known for their high production rates and efficiency in handling large volumes of material.

How to change a bucket on an excavator?

To change a bucket on an excavator, follow these general steps:

  1. Position the excavator on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground.
  3. Locate the bucket attachment points on the excavator’s arm or boom.
  4. Remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket to the attachment points.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
  6. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
  7. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the excavator.
How to change a bucket on a Bobcat mini excavator?

Changing a bucket on a Bobcat mini excavator typically involves the following steps:

  1. Position the mini excavator on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground.
  3. Locate the bucket attachment points on the arm or boom.
  4. Use the appropriate tools (such as a wrench or socket) to remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
  6. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
  7. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the Bobcat mini excavator.
How to change a bucket on a CAT excavator?

Changing a bucket on a CAT excavator generally involves the following steps:

  1. Position the excavator on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground.
  3. Locate the bucket attachment points on the excavator’s arm or boom.
  4. Remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket to the attachment points.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
  6. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
  7. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the CAT excavator.
How to change a bucket on an excavator?

Changing a bucket on an excavator generally involves the following steps:

  1. Position the excavator on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground.
  3. Locate the bucket attachment points on the excavator’s arm or boom.
  4. Remove the retaining pins or bolts that secure the bucket to the attachment points.
  5. Carefully detach the bucket from the attachment points, ensuring it is stable and supported.
  6. Align the new bucket with the attachment points and ensure it is securely positioned.
  7. Insert the retaining pins or bolts and tighten them to hold the new bucket in place.
  8. Double-check that the bucket is properly secured before operating the excavator.
How to turn an excavator with a bucket?

Turning an excavator with a bucket involves the following steps:

  1. Ensure the bucket is elevated and clear of the ground.
  2. Slowly and smoothly swing the excavator’s boom and bucket in the desired direction of the turn.
  3. Coordinate the movement of the boom, bucket, and tracks or wheels to execute a controlled turn.
  4. Monitor the surroundings and ensure there is sufficient clearance for the turn.
  5. Gradually straighten the boom and bucket once the turn is completed.
    Exercise caution and follow the Supplier guidelines and safety procedures when operating an excavator.
How to remove an excavator bucket?

To remove an excavator bucket, follow these general steps:

  1. Position the excavator on stable ground and engage the parking brake.
  2. Lower the boom and tilt the bucket to the ground
Types of Excavator Buckets and Their Applications
Selecting the right bucket for your excavator is crucial to improving performance, operational efficiency, and achieving desired results on different project sites. Here are some of the common types of excavator buckets and their various applications:

 

  1. Rock Bucket: This is designed with special protective reinforcements, offering a strong resistance to wear, pressure, and bending. It’s ideal for loading stones, semi-hard rocks, weathered rocks, solid rocks, and blasted ores. Widely used in harsh environments like ore mining, this bucket is known for its strong wear-resistance.
  2. Loose Soil Bucket: This bucket is equipped with high-strength loosening teeth, enabling efficient completion of excavation work in a single effort. It’s ideal for crushing and loading hard soil, semi-hard rock, and weathered rock. However, it has a smaller bucket capacity.
  3. Ditch Bucket: As the name suggests, this bucket is primarily used to dig ditches for waterways, highways, agriculture, and some pipelines. Its efficiency stems from its unique shapes and widths, which allow for a one-time finish without needing any touch-ups.
  4. Grid Bucket: Similar to the standard bucket in design, this one comes with a mesh-like bottom, which makes it ideal for separating looser excavation materials.
  5. Cleaning Bucket (Tilt): This is equipped with all the features of a mud bucket while the bucket’s tilt angle can be controlled to suit various work environments. It fulfills tasks such as slope and plain trimming, dredging canals, and cleaning tasks with large capacities.
  6. Clamshell Bucket: Available in shell and orange-peel forms, these buckets work on hydraulic-actions for grabbing materials, making it suitable for digging pits, deep pits, and loading all types of loose materials.
  7. Thumb Bucket: With a rigid link, this bucket connects to the excavator’s dibbler and serves to pick up and handle various types of materials and objects.
  8. Four-in-One Bucket: This bucket allows you to perform loading, leveling, and clamping operations concurrently, offering all the features of a mud bucket, rotary bucket, and square bucket.
  9. Wear-resistant Bucket: Used in high wear conditions, this bucket, processed from wear-resistant steel plates, increases the bucket’s life-span and thereby enhances work efficiency.

 

Each bucket type has its unique features and work conditions, therefore, it’s essential to select the fitting bucket based on the specific requirements of your construction project to boost efficiency and productivity. At NingBo Winner Tiger Machinery Co. Ltd, we offer a wide range of high-quality excavator buckets designed for various types of operation conditions.
Reinforcement Measures for Excavator Buckets
In the operation cycle of excavators, the bucket teeth bear a heavy workload, and buckets are prone to wearing out. Indeed, an average lifetime of an excavating machine is eight years, during which it can consume about 4-5 buckets – therefore, reinforcing them in time dramatically improves their lifespan. Here are several ways to reinforce excavator buckets:

 

  1. Reinforcing Bucket Teeth: One of the best methods to prevent teeth from wearing out is to strengthen the teeth root installation plate. Poor reinforcement at this point will lead to escalated wear, rendering the teeth useless. There are a couple of ways to reinforce this area: one, by affixing reinforcement ribs and two, by wrapping it with wear plates. It’s worth noting that the former approach is convenient and cost-effective, but when welding, it’s crucial to avoid overlaying welds with the teeth root as it can weaken the teeth’s welding strength.
  2. Reinforcing Side Plates: Excessive wear of the side plates reduces the effective capacity of the bucket and impacts construction efficiency. Reinforcement at the sides does not need to be very sturdy so that it does not add unnecessary weight to the bucket.
  3. Reinforcing the Base Plate: Strengthening the base plate is an absolute necessity. Ideally, once the paint on the newfound base plate reinforcement rib has worn off, reinforcement on the base plate should be carried out for optimal welding results. The reinforcement ribs need to be hard and wear-resistant, long boards that maintain the bucket’s overall shape to avoid impacting its work efficiency. Welding of the reinforcement ribs should follow the direction of the base plate’s ribs, with overlay welding carried out on two plates.
  4. Reinforcing Bucket Interior: Implementing hard-faced overlay welding can significantly improve the interior’s resistance to wear, despite the lengthy process. Alternatively, partial reinforcement ribs could be affixed, but these should not be overly increased.
  5. Overall Reinforcement: In general, it’s essential to consider the efficiency of the reinforcement while carrying out hard-face overlay welding or other forms of reinforcement. However, there must be a balance. Overemphasis on bucket protection at the expense of operational efficiency is not desirable.

 

By reinforcing your excavator bucket, you can extend its lifespan and prevent premature failure or unnecessary costs. That’s why at NingBo Winner Tiger Machinery Co. Ltd., we incorporate these reinforcement principles in the design of our products, ensuring they offer the strength and durability needed in heavy-duty tasks.
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