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    Gold Member keving's Avatar
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    Default Post your grapple pics!

    Here's one of my favorite uses for my grapple. I cut or knock the tree down, pick it up with my grapple and move it to where I split my wood and I don't have to worry about pinching my saw or hitting the chain on the ground...

    Let's see your pics!

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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    20 hp tractor (Kioti CK20) with Millonzi LD48 and a big mouth of brush. This is one of my favorites as it was taken the first day I used my grapple. One bite with the grapple equalled about an hours work moving the brush by hand to a burn pile 300 yards away. Gotta love it, especially since the shadow of the brush is bigger than the tractor.


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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    Very handy tools for a ranch/farm to have.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Post your grapple pics!-grapple_largesquare-jpg   Post your grapple pics!-grapple_stump-jpg  

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    Veteran Member pitt_md's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by keving View Post
    Here's one of my favorite uses for my grapple. I cut or knock the tree down, pick it up with my grapple and move it to where I split my wood and I don't have to worry about pinching my saw or hitting the chain on the ground...

    Let's see your pics!

    I agree with you on wood cutting. Saves back strain big time.

    I don't recomend moving stuff that long over ANY kind of rough ground. Even going slow my MX5000 gets tippy.

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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    Playing with a little rock.... Kinda at my tractors limits, check out the front wheel... and that is with the correct pressure. If I did this a lot I would see if ag tires were any better or get a bigger tractor. That is a Milonzi 48" Light Duty Grapple.
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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by keving View Post
    Here's one of my favorite uses for my grapple. I cut or knock the tree down, pick it up with my grapple and move it to where I split my wood and I don't have to worry about pinching my saw or hitting the chain on the ground...

    Let's see your pics!
    LOL ... are you sure? If I posted all mine they would lock this thread and it would never open up in the first place for us dial up guys.
    I guess I could be conservative and post a few though?









    OK, that's all for now.
    Loretta has her own collection of grapple work with her yellow Jinma.
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    Platinum Member westbrooklawn's Avatar
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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    My bucket grapple does a good job of moving brush, logs, and stumps as shown on the attached photo. I would still like a dedicated grapple (vs. the bucket add on), because you could see your objects better from the driver's seat, and fine debris could drop out of the bottom easier.
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    BoDozer 66" grapple

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    Greens Machine add-on bucket grapple.
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    Default Re: Post your grapple pics!

    Here is a load of firewood.
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