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    Default New style grapple.

    Hello to everyone.


    I would like to see what you think about the new style Grapple we are carring. This product hit the market with a bang. Sales are out standing but want to see what you think. Please feel free to ask questions.


    7,000 pounds of pushing power. Built from 1'' high strenth steel. Also has extra supports welded on to the jaw's to allow you to rip out brush, tar and so on.

    I have a lot of good reviews from people that already brought it and say they love it. I asking what your thoughts are on it. I'm sure there will be people that just say everything is junk. Just take a good look at it and you will see how well built it is.


    Paumco Products, Inc. Click on Paumco Fork Grapple.
    watch the video on you tube. Type in Bucket-less grapple

    Thanks for giving me your feed back!!!!
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    Default Re: New style grapple.

    My first concern with such a small grip area would be the torsional forces on the loader arms. If you are going to pick up something that is as wide as the fork frame, no proplem, but larger, you could end up with a lot of stress.

    In my humble opinion, I would rather use a 48" + grapple that would spread the stesses further towards the arms.

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    Default Re: New style grapple.

    I would think that one grapple on each fork and the forks spread out would be the norm.
    J.J.

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    Default Re: New style grapple.

    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    I would think that one grapple on each fork and the forks spread out would be the norm.
    If the grapple could mount on the slide rail of the forks and have the forks at the outer edges would also work

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    Default Re: New style grapple.

    I can't see how this is any improvement on a grappler mounted to a FEL. I do see how it isn't a versatile as a grapple/FEL combination.

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    Looks efficient and productive especially if you add one of the quick spades For Your Shore, The Lake and Pond SuperStore by Weeders Digest.

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    Default Re: New style grapple.

    I would like to say thank you to all for your imput. I like to hear what people have to say about the product. I take this info back to work with me and give it to the people in the office. The best part I like about this product is that it is 100% made in the USA. You can't say much about the anymore.

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