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Quick Attach Attachments?

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Steve Frazier, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. KSSS

    KSSS Senior Member

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    I have purchased this attachment http://www.quick-attach.com/products/saber_tine.cfm

    and this

    http://www.quick-attach.com/products/clean_sweep.cfm

    and I am getting this one coming

    http://www.quick-attach.com/products/quick_scrape_n_grab.cfm

    The Saber Tine bucket has been in Big Sky, Mt. with my 440 clearing lots. Very strong bucket. I really like their products. I have been dealing with the sales guy named Brad. Easy to work with, knowledgeable, and he works with me. I have nothing but good things to say about Quick Attach.
     
  2. cherokee101

    cherokee101 Well-Known Member

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    The cylinder rods are nitrided. Far superior to chrome
     
  3. skidsteer.ca

    skidsteer.ca Well-Known Member

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    I have been a dealer for the Erskine line for 4 years now. In my biased opinion all very solid attach ments. I have the grapple above, a stump grinder, snow blade and pallet forks of theirs and had zero trouble with it. I have warrantied one snowblower wire harness to date for a crimp that pulled apart. Thats it.
    Ken
     
  4. ajmctree

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    Just ordered the 4 foot broom for my ASV RC30 hopfully it will arrive in the next week or two
     
  5. Iron Horse

    Iron Horse Senior Member

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    My Quick Attach Eagle Talon is the best piece of gear I have ever bought . Slashing Fire trails is always full of little surprises . These two huge trees had fallen and blocked the trail . 1 hour later I had it cleared , it is unbeatable for clearing brush . Push them over , pick them up at 90 degrees and pile them up . I then just give the area a mow with the flail mower and it's instant park land . It has 3/4" T1 tynes and replaceable teeth and has a full length top clamp . When I bought it 3 years ago off Lane at QA , it was the only one in Orstraya and probably still is .
     

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  6. ajmctree

    ajmctree Member

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    Well my broom arrived yesterday(from CE Attachments) and had it picked up today. When i got it home changed out the couplers to fit my machine and got it on. Brushed off the area where the front end loader puts all the winter snow and gravel. Well i tell you i wasn't expecting how far it through the gravel with the throttle full on . I would say it was probably 30 feet, might be pushing it but it blew off like a hurricane. Before i use it for business i will definitely have to get use to it.
     
  7. ajmctree

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    CORRECTION the broom was from QUICK ATTACH. Getting late, fingers are faster than the brain.
     
  8. Troubadour504

    Troubadour504 New Member

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    Buying a QA Grapple "Down Under"

    I'm thinking about obtaining one of the QA 72" Eagle Talon Grapples, trouble is I'm in Adelaide South Australia, anybody got ideas on what the best way to arrange supply of this little ~ 1,000Lb item?
    Orstraya is a rather long way from the USA & the logistics required to organize getting hold of it are out of my comfort zone and if one is not careful it could get awfully expensive.
     
  9. PopArcher

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  10. Troubadour504

    Troubadour504 New Member

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    Where's "Iron Horse" ?

    Anyone got an idea how to contact "Iron Horse" ?
    I'm a fellow Aussie and it would be good to find out a bit more about the QA grapple he's got.
     
  11. Kater

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    How is your broom? I was going to buy an 84 inch for Jcb 260, but I was not sure what the poly wafers and steel wafers meant, the quote did not differentiate.
     
  12. Kater

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    The wafers are the actual broom bristles.
     
  13. Kater

    Kater Well-Known Member

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    Female new to skid loader attachments.

    I have been pleased with my snow blade and dump box from Quick Attachments.

    They had a cyber sale and I ordered an angled broom Monday. It should arrive in 1.5 weeks.

    We had communication problems, I had asked if I had till midnight and he did not answer This was around suppertime. I was talking to him while out of town and did not get home for awhile..I hated to call him at 1030 because he said it would come to his cell phone and I knew he had a huge sales day.

    I emailed him I wanted the product and the next day it bounced back, I voice mailed also early the Tuesday morning... (and at one point in his email, he had a typo in the number and I got a Caribbean cruise survey 8225 vs 8224)
    however so the next day he said he had to charge me $180 more than the great cyber quote for shipping .

    I was disappointed, but so far I'm happy with their service and products. They did get me another manual for my snow blade, but they are not able to create a video to show or a manual that really shows how to adjust the steel things for my snow blade (and I'm clueless). I have asked on youtube and someone answered "read the manual." (That doesn't work for me!) Chemo brained, first tractor on the farmette at 50 plus....etc etc...wanna be farm girl. I am using a skid loader JCB 260 with these attachments.

    There are few BBB comments so if you like them or so forth, please post comments there to help others like me.

    I also wonder about buying on Ebay, I am not sure you'd get the proper fittings if ordering on ebay?

    Now they do have a website: http://www.quickattach.com
    Here is the better business bureau for the Chicago area....http://www.bbb.org/chicago so I imagine the regular one would be http://www.bbb.org

    And thanks to Stumpy Wally for helping me so much finding great companies and products via this forum.