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    Everything Attachments 50" grapple

    Who has one and/or who has used one? What else is needed with this grapple?

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    i have a 55” wicked and i love it. you can specify which quick connects you want when you order it. nothing else needed if you have hydraulics to the front already.

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    I have a jd1025r and don't have a 3rd function. Does EA supply what is needed to make the hydraulic connections or do I need to look else where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMoore View Post
    I have a jd1025r and don't have a 3rd function. Does EA supply what is needed to make the hydraulic connections or do I need to look else where?
    The Artillian diverter kit will work with the EA grapple. You can check out our installation video to see how it is installed.

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    2nd the Artillian kit.
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    Right now I'm trying to decide between the EA and the Artillian grapple. I the having to get one thing from here something else from there and then piecing together bits and pieces. I ain't got time for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMoore View Post
    Right now I'm trying to decide between the EA and the Artillian grapple. I the having to get one thing from here something else from there and then piecing together bits and pieces. I ain't got time for that.
    Here is our latest with the Artillian...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMoore View Post
    Right now I'm trying to decide between the EA and the Artillian grapple. I the having to get one thing from here something else from there and then piecing together bits and pieces. I ain't got time for that.
    Buying the diverter from Artillian and buying the grapple from EA isn't really "piecing together bits and pieces" IMHO. You're buying two very distinct and necessary components of a system from two vendors that sell top of the line components.

    EA also sells a diverter system from _____ (it's early and I can't remember that vendor) but it's more "generic". The advantage with the Artillian system is that the hoses, the mounting bracket, etc. is sized specifically for your tractor and loader. It's about the easiest install that you're ever going to come across!!

    With regards to the grapple, if you like the EA grapple, get it. I personally prefer the looks of the "clamshell grapple" that they sell over the "flat bed grapple" that Artillian sells. In my mind it looks like it would work better to pull shrubs and bushes (although Tim's video could change my mind! ).

    The only thing you're going to need to source locally are the male fittings that will go on the end of the grapple hoses where they plug into female block attached to the diverter valve.

    Here's another GREAT, but often not mentioned option for a diverter setup - KennyD!! Here's his website that mentions his hydraulic products. The diverter is from the same manufacturer as Artillian (which is top quality). Kenny also sells a full line of fittings, hoses, etc. My guess is that if you call EA and ask them what type of threaded ends they put on their hoses attached to their grapples, Kenny can set you up with the right fittings that will fit into the diverter system and you won't even have to make a trip to your local Tractor Supply for the fittings.

    Here's my take on buying from Kenny - The quality of the product is top notch. The quality of his knowledge and service is beyond top notch!! He puts in countless hours on this board helping those of us with much less knowledge about tractors and hydraulics (which includes me) - all without pay. If I can buy something from him that's the same price range for the same quality (or better), I'm going to do it! (And I have done it!!) I like helping the people that help me (and so many others!).
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    I second Kennyd, I went that route, yes more work, but fun project and much help from Kenny as requested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TMoore View Post
    Right now I'm trying to decide between the EA and the Artillian grapple. I the having to get one thing from here something else from there and then piecing together bits and pieces. I ain't got time for that.
    If this worries you then the Artillian setup is really a complete package deal-no extra pieces or parts necessary-one stop shopping and after you get it all installed then you can turn the key and grapple.
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