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    Silver Member 257NH's Avatar
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    If you can't find something you didn't "loose" it,the word is lose.....stop wasting so many O's

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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    That sure looks as if it could do the job, whatever it might be.

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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Nice equipment. Do the top jaws operate independently to grab 2 different sized objects like rocks at same time??
    2007 TC40DA, Supersteer, ANBO Grapple Rake with WR Long Joystick rocker control, Landpride 72" Box Scraper, 84" Rake, 72" Disc Harrow,72" Spring Tine Harrow, 72" Woods Rotary Cutter, Pallet Forks, 60 gallon Cropcare 3-pt sprayer, 72" 3-pt chain drag,Vicon 3-pt spreader

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    Silver Member 257NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Quote Originally Posted by flINTLOCK
    Do the top jaws operate independently to grab 2 different sized objects like rocks at same time??
    Yes they do,I believe all the dual piston ones do.
    If you can't find something you didn't "loose" it,the word is lose.....stop wasting so many O's

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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Thats a nice looking setup right there boy. Looks like you moved into a nice new neighborhood to go with the nice tractor. Im sure the neighbors are jealous. To which NH do you have that mounted?

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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    That grapple looks very nice but way too clean. We need action shots not cheesecake photos.

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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Just curious what you use a 40hp tractor for in a subdivision like where you live?

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    Silver Member 257NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Quote Originally Posted by drivadesl
    Thats a nice looking setup right there boy. Looks like you moved into a nice new neighborhood to go with the nice tractor. Im sure the neighbors are jealous. To which NH do you have that mounted?
    Hi drivadesl,It's a tc40da.If you click on my nic I have it listed there.
    Last edited by 257NH; 04-11-2008 at 01:36 AM.
    If you can't find something you didn't "loose" it,the word is lose.....stop wasting so many O's

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    Silver Member 257NH's Avatar
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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Quote Originally Posted by IslandTractor
    That grapple looks very nice but way too clean. We need action shots not cheesecake photos.

    ok ok,but your one of the few on here that can say that though lol
    Brian

    "cheesecake photos" lol
    Last edited by 257NH; 04-11-2008 at 01:37 AM.
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    Default Re: finally too some grapple pics

    Quote Originally Posted by R_Walter
    Just curious what you use a 40hp tractor for in a subdivision like where you live?

    Hi Walter,I dont live there I built the subdivision.

    I use this for the front step and rear deck footings and installing temp electric services.
    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r...c40picsadj.jpg
    These are for moving around lumber,drainage pipe and pallets of sod etc.
    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r.../tc40forks.jpg
    Here is my regular bucket and my snow/debris bucket
    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r...othbuckets.jpg
    I use this if the TC or some of the big stuff track to much mud on my road
    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r.../sweepster.jpg
    I use this to amuse my youngest.
    http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r...c40pics017.jpg
    If you can't find something you didn't "loose" it,the word is lose.....stop wasting so many O's

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