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    Default Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    I read on another forum to contact a Joe M. who is with Millonzi. I found a link to the website but all the contact numbers do not work. Does anyone have any idea if they are still in business? I could use a phone number or e-mail address would be great.

    I am basically looking for a light duty grapple for brush / trees etc.. Its for a new holland TC-30. The local new holland dealer has one but its $1,800. just for the grapple not including the hoses and valve attachments etc... I am just looking for any ideas on a light inexpensive grapple $600 -$800 or so.
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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Welcome to TBN

    Millonzi is apparently out-of-business...there was a long thread about a month ago talking about it. Do a search for Millonzi and you'll find it.

    It also appears that Markham Welding is going to produce something very similar, and there is on available from W.R. Long now.
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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    The bucket is a little big for what I need. I'm not sure the tractor would pick it up much less with brush in it. Thanks. I do appreciate the link though.

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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Quote Originally Posted by ptyo View Post
    I read on another forum to contact a Joe M. who is with Millonzi. I found a link to the website but all the contact numbers do not work. Does anyone have any idea if they are still in business? I could use a phone number or e-mail address would be great.

    I am basically looking for a light duty grapple for brush / trees etc.. Its for a new holland TC-30. The local new holland dealer has one but its $1,800. just for the grapple not including the hoses and valve attachments etc... I am just looking for any ideas on a light inexpensive grapple $600 -$800 or so.
    Have considered a bucket add on grapple at all?
    They fall well within that price range, fairly light and can do just about everything a true grapple attachment will do. There are several discussions about them.
    Here is one for instance:
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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Guess I never gave a bucket add on any real thought. Looks like it would be something rather easy to build vs. buying and having to pay shipping costs. Thanks for that suggestion.

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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Quote Originally Posted by ptyo View Post
    The bucket is a little big for what I need. I'm not sure the tractor would pick it up much less with brush in it. Thanks. I do appreciate the link though.
    Based on another thread here somewhere, Markham, with input from TBN'ers, is designing a lighter weight Grapple for CUT's. Last I read they were cutting steel for the prototype. It might be worth waiting to see what they come up with if you have the time.
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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Check out this thread.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...tb-orders.html.

    Markhamwelding is working on a CUT grapple. 48" 60" and maybe 66" I think they are going to try and keep as close to 300#s as possible yet still keep the Markham quality. Not heard any real prices yet because they are still in the design phases. Either end of the this week or next we should hear more details.

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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Try this place Rosseels Farm & Garden Supply, Inc.,,,, I bought one from them $1000.00 for the 48". They had 3 more 48" and a I think 66". They ship.
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    Oh and I love this grapple, great tool. Its mounted on a DK45se.
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    Default Re: Millonzi LD-48 Grapple?

    Quote Originally Posted by daveyb45 View Post
    Try this place Rosseels Farm & Garden Supply, Inc.,,,, I bought one from them $1000.00 for the 48". They had 3 more 48" and a I think 66". They ship.
    If they still have Millonzi LD48 grapples and they are willing to ship that is essentially as good as buying from the now defunct factory. I imagine they are all skid steer mounts which is simple to deal with. I'd say snap'm up if you want a great grapple because the WRLong and Markham equivalents are almost certainly going to be more expensive. The LD48 is good for loaders at least up to 2700lb lift capacity like the Kioti KL401.
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