2010 - Volume #BFS, Issue #10, Page #108
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"Add-A-Grapple" Fits Any Loader Bucker
"Our new add-on grapple fork fits any loader bucket. It's great for removing brush, debris, and other hard-to-handle material. It can quickly be removed, allowing you to use the bucket for other jobs," says Bill Reed, Precision Mfg., Sedalia, Mo.
  The grapple fork comes with a telescoping mounting frame that attaches to each side of the bucket with four bolts. You can fit it with a single or double grapple.
  The grapple can be quickly detached from the mounting frame by removing a couple of hitch pins.
  "The grapple fork has curved teeth for a wider grip and easy release," says Reed. "If you're just picking up some logs a single grapple is all you need. However, if you want to pick up loose brush or restack loose hay, you'll want a double grapple because it can grab more material," he notes. Agrapple rake is now available. Light enough for a utility tractor yet strong enough for a skid steer. A family ofgrapple rakes have been added to fit tractors and skid steers of all sizes.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Precision Mfg., 424 N. Harding Ave., Sedalia, Mo. 65301 (ph 888 497-3224 or 660 827-6131; breed@precisionmfg.com; www.precisionmfg.com).

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2010 - Volume #BFS, Issue #10