Greggory Style Grapple

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nailsbeats

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This is the first attachment I ever built. I needed to move some brush piles on my land that had been pushed up by the previous owner. At first I used the neighbors Gehl skidsteer and bucket to separate them and push them over an embankment, then I bought my own machine. It didn't take long to figure out that there had to be an easier way. Thats where this attachment came in.
I did some research and this is what I though would be best. It is framed out of 4x2x3/16 steel tube w/big gussets on each fork. Works very well in many applications; very versatile. I use it regularily for brush, logs, slab wood, big firewood blocks, and srap steel. I once used it to rip out frozen ground when I couldn't get up an icy hill.
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Tazza

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Looks really good to me!
I need to get around to making a set of pallet fork carriers. I have the forks but need to make the carrier they run in.....
 
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