Hello @Gage mcdaniel, I bought that bucket at a sears outlet store in Rhode Island about 10 years ago for $450.00. It appears to still be available online, and the new one looks like it may have the fixed latch. They call it a tractor scoop.Where can I find that bucket
In any case, mine underwent a series of modifications to bring it to what it is today. All that is left from the original craftsman tractor scoop is the bucket, part of the latch, the handle and the racking frame which will be addressed this spring. But even with all that said, it's a great bucket. I use it mostly for moving dirt and stone. It's not quite big enough to make it worthwhile for mulch, but it is a back saver. Sometimes I need to have a shovel on hand to push the material into the bucket a bit more because the bucket doesn't curl upwards, but it beats loading a wheelbarrow.
The next step up would be a johnny bucket, but they are a bit more expensive.