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    Artillian Grapple vs. Leaves (are you kidding??) Action Video

    Stacy wanted me to move the pile of leaves.
    I begged for a different destination, but no luck, so please don't focus on that.

    In any case, do you think the grapple can do it?


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    Another great video Tim. I can see why you begged for a different location but the grapple and tractor performed flawlessly, nice job
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    I need a grapple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    I need a grapple.
    i have hardly any trees left here now-so i guess i'm out of luck now too.
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    Nice video, Tim. I also discovered this a couple of years ago just trying to clean up a spot. Unfortunately, one of the images taken is corrupt and not usable, but here are a couple of others. This was what spawned the idea for the Rock Bucket Sides and, more recently, the Debris Guards, for those who use their tractors for a lot of this kind of work, such as landscapers.

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    Another great video Tim. Grapple did do better than I thought it would
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    I know how people on here like to spend other peoples money but these videos will make me buy my artillian grapple set up later this year after seeing these videos I got a lot of uses for one
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    Good video Tim. Thanks for sharing.

    On another note...metric adjustable wrench.....
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