How to Measure Your Elevator Bucket

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Elevator Bucket Dimensions

Note: G & F Show Elevator Bolt Placement

 

Dimension / Instructions Illustration
Illustration A:
With elevator bucket back laid flat, measure overall length (A).
Dimension A - Overall Length of elevator bucket
Illustration B:
With elevator bucket back laid flat, measure the horizontal projection of the elevator bucket (B).
Dimension B - projection of elevator bucket
Illustration C:
With elevator bucket back laid flat, measure back height (C).
Dimension C - back height of elevator bucket
Illustration D:
With the elevator bucket back held vertical, measure height to front lip (D).
Dimension D - front height of elevator bucket
Illustration T:
Using a micrometer, measure the thickness of the steel bucket (T). Use a micrometer or ruler for plastic buckets.
Diemnsion T - thickness of elevator bucket

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