Gold mining bucket tip
Last Post 07 Sep 2016 04:31 PM by Benjamin Crain. 26 Replies.
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Benjamin CrainUser is Offline
Lost Dutchman
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12 Aug 2016 06:30 PM
The snappy grips are the best friends you will ever have, they truly save your hands. The only thing better is a hard frame backpack that has a fold out rack so you can set your bucket it on it and then just take a rope or bunji cord to attach it. You can stick your tools in it and then hike off the mountain with ease.

It's a lot cheaper then a pack mule.
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15 Aug 2016 10:33 AM

If you can't find the snappy grip, a 6 inch piece of garden hose works well.  Just unhook one end of the handle and slide it on.

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03 Sep 2016 06:06 PM
Broll makes 5 gal bucket haulers for bout 120.00 pretty cool thing to have and they have wheels.
Mary McCartyUser is Offline
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03 Sep 2016 07:18 PM
I'd read about those. Be really nice on smooth terrain. I'm wondering how easy it'd be to diy one of those for less. Maybe convert a used stroller from a garage sale?
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07 Sep 2016 04:14 PM

  Here's a pic of the bucket with the folding sluice box inside, and the classifier & pan on the outside.

 

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07 Sep 2016 04:16 PM

   One more pic.

 

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07 Sep 2016 04:31 PM
BTW,

You can take a razor knife and trim down the sides of your pans so they slide right into your bucket as well, it doesn't change your panning at all and makes it so they fit nice in the bucket.
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