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    I have one on my loader, the Ďknockaboutí type that you describe works great. Once you get good with, it you can do wonders.
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    Mick, Pushing Spikes do Wonders! At the 90!, above the grapple.



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    That link won’t work Sean, off to work now so I’ll try and find it later, thanks.
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    Just search for Branch Manager Attachments.

    The link works here.

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    Ty sean

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    The branch manager grapple is what I used and abused too. Tntree is a member here, Dave. It's the original bmg as far as I know. Regardless, top quality and 100% legit and great guy to do business with.

    Swing grapple is what to get for a small mini skid. No hydraulic rotator required or wanted, as it reduces capacity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Page View Post
    I just ordered a stump grinder yesterday. I searched around for decent used ones but all I saw was junk. So I got a new rg55. Itís not the diesel rg90 I was hoping to get but oh well. .

    That is awesome, let us know how you like it. I was looking at those, I bet they are great but I wonder about the fuel economy. So lame that we can't get a small diesel Rayco in the use due to emissions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squisher View Post
    The branch manager grapple is what I used and abused too. Tntree is a member here, Dave. It's the original bmg as far as I know. Regardless, top quality and 100% legit and great guy to do business with.

    Swing grapple is what to get for a small mini skid. No hydraulic rotator required or wanted, as it reduces capacity.
    Thanks man. I was looking at that brand from the link wondering if they give military discount....

    Can u load a trailer pretty easy with or turn the load 90 deg to drop in a trailer?

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    Once you use it for a bit you donít need the power rotate. Just adds weight. Very rarely do I wish I had it. And BMG for the win. 2012 model and I finally managed to bend mine badly. Took a lot of leverage to bend back. I almost gave up and called Dave to buy most of a grapple.
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    Ty for that. Ill buy one in 2 weeks.