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    Default Re: Which type of grapple is best suited for...

    Here's my grapple from MIE 60"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomSeller View Post
    Looks very nice.. For a rake grapple, it has good size lower teeth.
    Thank you. I researched for nearly a year. I finally realized that a grapple purchase is a compromise. I would have liked to find a grapple that could grub out roots and brush, handle manure, and large brush piles. Well, one doesn't exist. I decided that my primary task was "deforestation", so I really like a rake for that. It's nice for picking stuff up off the ground like logs and boulders. The construction on the BoDozer is great, it is heavy...about 600 pounds, but it doesn't feel too heavy. I can tell you that you cannot damage it with a tractor less than 100 hp.
    It is made from "Weldox" steel. I have expirience with that steel when I worked for a refuse truck manufacturer. It is much stronger than T1, and has a yield strength like rubber.
    I am a little worried about my tractor though. I can't believe the speed and force that sticks poke in every direction. Since I have skid steer mounts, I might rent a 100hp skid loader for the serious jobs.
    The only bad thing about it is the price, close to 4K.
    I think I will get a lighter duty manure/bedding/brush grapple some day though.
    I would say if you are looking at Anbo, you should be looking at BoDozer also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arlen4720 View Post
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    I would say if you are looking at Anbo, you should be looking at BoDozer also.
    Anbo and Bodozer are near each other so I am guessing there is some cross breeding. Both make Cadillacs of rake grapples. I am jealous. Have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomSeller View Post
    Anbo and Bodozer are near each other so I am guessing there is some cross breeding. Both make Cadillacs of rake grapples. I am jealous. Have fun.
    The "Bo" (Dale Borgford) used to be the "bo" in Anbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arlen4720 View Post

    The "Bo" (Dale Borgford) used to be the "bo" in Anbo.
    Ahhh, makes sense now.

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    Default Re: Which type of grapple is best suited for...

    After kicking the idea around for a while and reading all of the comments about 48" single lid grapples, Ted has decided to design and manufacture a smaller 48" Wicked Grapple. He said first pics should be posted in a week or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    After kicking the idea around for a while and reading all of the comments about 48" single lid grapples, Ted has decided to design and manufacture a smaller 48" Wicked Grapple. He said first pics should be posted in a week or so.
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    So... did you guys have anybody specific in mind to test out the demo? I've got piles of trees down on the ground waiting for a grapple to be used!
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    Default Re: Which type of grapple is best suited for...

    Quote Originally Posted by EverythingAttachments View Post
    After kicking the idea around for a while and reading all of the comments about 48" single lid grapples, Ted has decided to design and manufacture a smaller 48" Wicked Grapple. He said first pics should be posted in a week or so.
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    That is great news. The more manufacturers that offer these handy and less expensive grapples, the more CUT owners will buy them. EA is also well respected and a very reliable business which puts it ahead of many of the mom and pop welding shops. They sell direct to the consumer so that is a big plus over other quality manufacturers like WRLong. I'm sure they will be well engineered and built. Hopefully they will be price competitive based on volume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSO View Post
    So... did you guys have anybody specific in mind to test out the demo? I've got piles of trees down on the ground waiting for a grapple to be used!
    I'm not sure that we'll have a demo/prototype because he's gonna use the same design of the Wicked Grapple that has received rave reviews. With this smaller grapple, we will be able to shave some additional weight and $$$ as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IslandTractor View Post
    That is great news. The more manufacturers that offer these handy and less expensive grapples, the more CUT owners will buy them. EA is also well respected and a very reliable business which puts it ahead of many of the mom and pop welding shops. They sell direct to the consumer so that is a big plus over other quality manufacturers like WRLong. I'm sure they will be well engineered and built. Hopefully they will be price competitive based on volume.
    You're one of the biggest fans of the small grapple and your strong, consistent recommendations and advice to other members convinced Ted that there is a demand. Ted doesn't post on here because he doesn't type, but he does read the posts and knows what's going on in TBN land.
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