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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    I was loading some brush and stumps with my wicked grapple. I had a stump that in the grapple and did not have a real good grip on it. It started to slide out but the teeth dug into and kept it from falling out of the grapple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulwestski View Post
    Excellent build Ted
    I finally have some time to post some pictures of my grapple that I had for a couple months.

    Only thing I would ask you to change is to use threaded grease fittings and not the press in type.
    When I first greased it right off of the crate one of the fittings was loose. I tried to re-seat with a hammer and hollow punch but it wont stay.
    Looking good Paul!!!
    We haven't heard of any other issues with the fittings but Ted says he is changing them to threaded.
    We appreciate your business and the feedback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    Looking good Paul!!!
    We haven't heard of any other issues with the fittings but Ted says he is changing them to threaded.
    We appreciate your business and the feedback.
    I think press fit grease zerks were invented by Mr. Phillips, inventor of the Phillips head screw. They both work great until you lean on them. Good revision.

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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Thanks to all the Wicked Grapple owners out there in TBN Land!! It's odd when a day goes by here at ETA without an order for one.

    Post up pics of your Wicked Grapple mounted on your tractor, action shots or glamour shots....we're not picky.
    I'm sure everyone would enjoy!!
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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Picked up my 60" Wicked Grapple a month ago. It has been very wet here with all of the rain this last month, so I haven't used it much. I uprooted a small tree and moved some brush. It did the job easily. The 54" hydraulic hose length was perfect for the JD110. Really like the weight and quality. The weight is about the same as my JD fork and 72" bucket attachment. Thanks for the perfect fit!

    The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!-jd100wickedgrapple1-jpgThe WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!-jd100wickedgrapple2-jpgThe WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!-jd100wickedgrapple3-jpgThe WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!-jd100wickedgrapple4-jpg

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    Thanks for sharing! Gotta love the 110 with SSQA. I'm glad you're impressed with the quality and weight, which is our main focus.
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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by rafski View Post
    Picked up my 60" Wicked Grapple a month ago. It has been very wet here with all of the rain this last month, so I haven't used it much. I uprooted a small tree and moved some brush. It did the job easily. The 54" hydraulic hose length was perfect for the JD110. Really like the weight and quality. The weight is about the same as my JD fork and 72" bucket attachment. Thanks for the perfect fit!
    to TBN.

    Looks like a good match of grapple to tractor.

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    rafski,

    What made you decide on the 60" width for a machine as powerful as the 110?

    ac

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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by avc8130 View Post
    rafski,

    What made you decide on the 60" width for a machine as powerful as the 110?

    ac
    I actually was considering the 54". They are all rated for up to 50HP and the 110 is 43HP. I didn't see where a wider grapple would buy me anything. I am going to use it in the woods and I wanted to be able to get the front end into tight places. Like I said it's weight has the same feel as the fork and 72" bucket attachment. The 110 can lift 2300lb with this grapple weight. This grapple looks strong enough to handle it. Only time will tell when I start using it more.
    Last edited by rafski; 07-03-2013 at 06:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafski View Post
    I actually was considering the 54". They are all rated for up to 50HP and the 110 is 43HP. I didn't see where a wider grapple would buy me anything. I am going to use it in the woods and I wanted to be able to get the front end into tight places. Like I said it's weight has the same feel as the fork and 72" bucket attachment. The 110 can lift 2300lb with this grapple weight. This grapple looks strong enough to handle it. Only time will tell when I start using it more.
    I think you will find it will work just fine for you. I'm still working out how wide to go for my L45. 72" would "cover" the wheels and clear a path wide enough for the machine. My machine has similar lifting capacity to yours, so no worries about having the power to handle it.

    Post some pics in use and some reviews once you really start playing with it.

    ac

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