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    Default Re: Markham Grapple - Photos (finally)

    Hi, I have been traveling and missed this thread. Grapple looks great. Glad to see that everyone is as happy with the Markham as all of us are who have Millonzi's light duty version too. We need to keep letting folks know how you don't need a heavy duty or wide grapple to match up with a CUT. Small is beautiful and very useful to boot.

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    Default Re: Markham Grapple - Photos (finally)

    Quote Originally Posted by Samandothers View Post
    Thanks for the pictures that looks like fun! I feel like a kid at Christmas with the new toy (grapple) and no batteries (hydraulics). Grapple is on the tractor but gotta wait for the plumbing then I can play too.
    Ya I know what you mean. The thing was, I spent 20% of what I payed for the grapple to get the hoses and fittings. I'm still not done.. have to shorten the hoses, put some JIC fitting on the hose ends and make my bulkhead connector. But yes it's is a great toy, I mean tool.

    Oh and I was amazed at how easily it ripped up the honeysuckle bush. This stuff has become my enemy and I get a certain amount of satisfaction every time I destroy one.


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    1967 Ford 4000, Box blade, straight blade, FEL, Rake, Bushhog, Backhoe, Jinma chipper, KKII tiller, Grapple.

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