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    Quote Originally Posted by avc8130 View Post

    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.

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    Go with a 72" I doubt you will regret it.


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    Great looking attachment. I must say that your website is remarkable. The attention to detail with 360 degree viewing, videos with installation instructions is head-and-shoulders above the typical online dealers.
    Tar Heal country is where my family came from.
    I will definitely be shopping EverythingAttachments.com for my next tractor related purchase.

    Good work,
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    Quote Originally Posted by 94BULLITT View Post
    Go with a 72" I doubt you will regret it.

    I like the orange. I know you painted it yourself, but I wonder if EA would consider painting in the Orange, Green, or blue as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kent B View Post
    Great looking attachment. I must say that your website is remarkable. The attention to detail with 360 degree viewing, videos with installation instructions is head-and-shoulders above the typical online dealers.
    Tar Heal country is where my family came from.
    I will definitely be shopping EverythingAttachments.com for my next tractor related purchase.

    Good work,
    Kent B.
    Glad you like it, Kent. We try to provide you with as much info as possible and pictures/videos are worth a million words!
    Customer reviews/experiences is something else I look for in my buying process and TBN is a great place to learn about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbacuse77 View Post
    I like the orange. I know you painted it yourself, but I wonder if EA would consider painting in the Orange, Green, or blue as an option.
    Currently, we're only doing the grapples in black, but we have shipped a couple attachments unpainted.
    Most people don't want to deal with painting themselves(myself being one of them), however Roger did an excellent job with the build and paint job.
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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Will these hold up to moving rocks/boulders?
    And are all the sizes made to the same specs strength wise?
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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    That looks awfully nice. I would love to have an orange one to match my kubota(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by grm61 View Post
    Will these hold up to moving rocks/boulders?
    And are all the sizes made to the same specs strength wise?
    Yes, they'll hold up to that. All of the grapples are made the same strength wise except for the 50" Single Lid Grapple which is designed for small compact and subcompact tractors and only weighs 250 pounds. You can get our 54" Wicked grapple made ultra light or made from the same materials as the 60-72" models.
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    Default Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    I got money to burn, not really but I have saved enough for a grapple FINALLY. Now I just need a "Wicked" version of a clam style root grapple. Come on guys I do not want to send my money to someone else. But I can not wait forever!!!

    I Stand Alone

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    They're planning to start on it around the 22nd so the clam style should be in production sometime in August. I'll post all of the progression when it begins.
    The holiday schedule and vacations is prolonging that project.
    Hopefully you can wait for it!
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