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Quick Attach Conversion Kits

Stuck with a pin-on bucket and realizing you need a quick attach plate to add attachments to your tractor? You've come to the right place, because we’ve got a deep selection of conversion kits. (Some folks call them a quick attach adapter, but I prefer conversion, because one you’ve converted, you can’t go back.)

Older Tractors Lack Quick Attach. Some New Ones Do, Too

As it turns out, you won’t find Kubota quick attach or John Deere quick attach on older models of those tractors. And if you have an older Massey or Ford machine, they won’t have quick attach, either. In fact, some manufacturers still don’t offer a skid steer quick attach plate to this very day. Deere uses a “hook and pin” system to hold everything in place. And even when a quick attach might be an option, your dealer’s salesman may not mention it to you, in the hopes of keeping you purchase costs low enough to beat out other dealers on the sale.

But so many farm chores require front end attachments, and a universal skid steer quick attach conversion adapter will allow you to buy and use the implements you need to work your land.

We've Got Quick Attach plates for Major Brands and Lesser-Known Brands

We carry quick attach plates for the major brands: Deere, Kubota, New Holland, Case IH, Massey, Mahindra and Kioti.  You’ll also find some kits for aftermarket loader brands here, as well as quick attach plates for lesser-known tractor brands such as AGCO, Challenger, Bobcat, TYM, Branson and Yanmar.

Each kit provides a faceplace with skid loader quick attach, plus the weld-on bracket that attaches to the bucket. Once you’ve removed the old pin-on brackets from the tractor, you can attach the kit items.

And while they are not inexpensive, these kits will open up a whole new world of uses for your tractor.  They’re definitely worth the investment if you plan to work your land.