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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    I saw your other post after answering this one. The WRLong products are superb. The prices are high because of the middle man. In this era of internet savvy consumers however the traditional business...
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    The list price for the WRLong is the dealer list price, not what WR Long sold the grapple to the dealer for. Usually there is shipping involved as an extra too. Look at the price Markham is charging...
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    Agree. With Millonzi out of the picture, Markham is the obvious place to get a grapple these days. I'd opt for the 48 with extra spacer tines myself but both the 48 and 60 seem like excellent values.
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    You mean to securely grapple big odd shaped objects like this: (Note 48" single jaw grapple):D

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/photos/data/537/23268IMG_2868_450_x_600_.jpg
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    I don't think the big issue is 48 vs 60. Although I've always advocated the 48, I'm sure both work very well. You just need to be careful about the extra weight.

    The bigger point I keep...
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    I would personally buy another Millonzi in a second if I needed one. There is a dealer in Michigan who apparently still has some in stock. Search Millonzi posts over the past few days and I think...
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    Grapple Re: What Size Grapple Do I Want?

    I have a 48" light duty grapple on a 41hp tractor with a higher capacity FEL than the Kubota. I'd recommend a 48" for general use on any tractor up to about 50hp. If you are really just picking up...
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