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    Default New Titan Grapple

    Fianlly got my grapple!! Put it right to work loading piles of old fence posts & wiring off a customer's farm.
    It's a Titan 72" Extreme duty.
    Likes: Seems really heavy duty. 1/2" + thick tines.
    Dislikes: British pipe thread fittings, several lines leaked after hook-up. Required a 1/2 hour with the mini grinder to get the quick-attach bottom pins to fit.

    I'll be using it to place boulders for a retaining wall I'm building tomorrow.
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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Looks awesome! I just got my grapple installed last week and love it. I know you will find more and more uses for it as time goes on.

    Enjoy!

    Joe
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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    That's awesome! Thanks for posting pics, how much does it weigh? Looks like you have quite the machine there!!

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    I never asked about the weight, but judging by similar models, I'd guess ~750lbs.

    Thanks for the compliment! That tractor has made me a lot of money this summer.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Nice!! No better feeling than to drive up to a big pile of brush, grab a few loads, haul away and be done. Even better if it makes you money.

    Its been almost a year since I got mine and its still my #1 attachment.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Man, what wimpy piles of brush those big ole Kubotas pick up. I'd say that bad boy is slacking off. Here is what a light duty grapple can do mounted to a 20hp Kioti:

    Keep us posted on the wall project. I'd love to hear how well you can precisely place the rocks. I find that with a little care I can get down to a few inches in terms of placement and that the main limiting factor is being able to visualize and judge distance that far from the operator station.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IslandTractor View Post
    Man, what wimpy piles of brush those big ole Kubotas pick up. I'd say that bad boy is slacking off. Here is what a light duty grapple can do mounted to a 20hp Kioti:

    Keep us posted on the wall project. I'd love to hear how well you can precisely place the rocks. I find that with a little care I can get down to a few inches in terms of placement and that the main limiting factor is being able to visualize and judge distance that far from the operator station.
    I just loaded 3 dumptruck loads of old fenceposts. So I guess you can say it's getting to earn respect with each passing day.

    I will be using it on the wall job monday, but some are really big. I'll have to use the backhoe for them.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    I am looking for a grapple for my kubota, where can I get one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtp340
    I am looking for a grapple for my kubota, where can I get one?
    Check out Gator, WRLong for starters. There are many others too. Search on grapples here on TBN and settle in for a week or two of reading.

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    Default Re: New Titan Grapple

    Quote Originally Posted by dtp340 View Post
    I am looking for a grapple for my kubota, where can I get one?
    WR LONG - Dealer Locator

    Are you looking for a certain one? Where are you located?

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