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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Im in NE Ohio. I've seen the Titan HD, Bradco, and lots of others and there seems to be a huge difference in price between all of them. I am not as concerned with the name but quality and value is very important.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    I don't recall anyone having a problem with a grapple not holding together. A few got a grapple that was too heavy for their tractor, one thing to think about.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    the Titan I looked at was 600lbs so i would loose some load capacity with my 724 FEL

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtp340
    the Titan I looked at was 600lbs so i would loose some load capacity with my 724 FEL
    Way too heavy for almost any CUT. Check out Gator for cheap or Anbo and WRLong lightweight lines.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Quote Originally Posted by IslandTractor View Post
    ...Anbo and WRLong lightweight lines.
    lightweight but still very strong. A small grapple can still take a BIG bite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teg
    lightweight but still very strong. A small grapple can still take a BIG bite!
    All grapples, even the very lightest at less than 300lbs, can handle anything a CUT FEL can do. Just keep things centered and don't pretend you are driving a bulldozer.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    No pics yet but I got a 4' gator for my 4035 Mahindra and love it. For my application it's perfect. I've cleared about 1/2 an acre of junk wood and brush up to 8 or 9 inches.
    Dan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slofr8
    No pics yet but I got a 4' gator for my 4035 Mahindra and love it. For my application it's perfect. I've cleared about 1/2 an acre of junk wood and brush up to 8 or 9 inches.
    Dan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    Sure makes life easier doesn't it!
    A-men bro. About 8 years ago I cleared an acre with a chainsaw and hand piled the brush. I was the next 3 years off and on pulling stumps. Now I use my box blade as counter wheight and level things as I go. Just need to seed and burn the piles.
    Dan.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    I've had my titan 60" grapple for about a year and also done a lot of work with it, but have had many failures also it is poor quality imo. see my youtube videos
    Titan grapple bucket defects review - YouTube, Titan Grapple Bucket review - YouTube

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