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    Default relocated grapple

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    Default Re: relocated grapple

    Looks great why did you relocate it? to it extended out further? Or the bucket wasn't strong enough?

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    Default Re: relocated grapple

    Quote Originally Posted by chopped View Post
    Looks great why did you relocate it? to it extended out further? Or the bucket wasn't strong enough?

    It seemed to work better in front of the bucket. I also had to brace the back of the bucket
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    Default Re: relocated grapple

    oh ok thanks..My bucket top has some reinforcement and i plan to weld on a piece of angle to bolt it down through.I have a home made tooth bare as well. so am hoping the grapple and teeth will make easy to grab a log and hold it as I chut it to legnth. Right now I ahve to use a chain to git up in the air.
    I wonder have you used it for brush? Like have the bucket in ful dump and grapple opena dn come down on the pile and then bite it?

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    Default Re: relocated grapple

    Quote Originally Posted by chopped View Post
    oh ok thanks..My bucket top has some reinforcement and i plan to weld on a piece of angle to bolt it down through.I have a home made tooth bare as well. so am hoping the grapple and teeth will make easy to grab a log and hold it as I chut it to legnth. Right now I ahve to use a chain to git up in the air.
    I wonder have you used it for brush? Like have the bucket in ful dump and grapple opena dn come down on the pile and then bite it?
    I have the same grapple on a 2210. I have moved TONS of brush and branches, even stumps and logs, with the grapple........

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