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Advice on attachment purchase.

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Paul W, Apr 1, 2008.

  1. Paul W

    Paul W Well-Known Member

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    Paul W Well-Known Member

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    I love new toys.....

    Did some clearing in my timber pasture today. Worked great, able to tip small trees over and then get teeth under root ball and lift/push out.
     

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  4. Serv

    Serv Senior Member

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    I just bought a new scrap grapple bucket to replace my older one. I researched this for countless hours and being the price motivated person I am, I ended up buying from www.rootgrapple.com . They make tons of attachments and are definitely worth considering

    Nobody could even come close to the pricing and this is very well built and comes with a set of flat faced couplers. I saw grapples just like mine with the bobcat name on them for over 5 grand. I paid 2200 for their 72". I'll let the pics do the talking





    http://www.rootgrapple.com/ex1.jpg

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  5. HeyUvaVT

    HeyUvaVT Senior Member

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    if you like the quick claw and think that it is tough...you should check out the eagle talon (also made by quick attach) we have one on our RC100 and it is freakin insane how much abuse it will take...I routinely max out the machine with it and haven't had the first problem...we also do lot clearing and couldn't function with out it