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    Ordered it what feels like forever ago but it came into the local fedex freight location today. Very impressed with the quality and it works very well. I have a ton of trees and brush to move so it’ll get a good workout soon.

    While I haven’t used it a much, so far I’m very happy with it. I also noticed the price jumped $100 since I ordered but it’s still a good deal with free shipping.

    Was happy to see that I hooked up the WR Long 3rd function correctly, zero issues with it working.

    Also happy I picked up the Titan forks as it was super easy to unload from the pickup.
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    When do we get to see it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    When do we get to see it? [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/images/smilies/1/good2.gif[/IMG]


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    Haha, was too busy having fun to take a pic, I’ll get one up.

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    everyone should have some type of grapple. even those of us with smaller tractors. And you're correct. Wicked grapples are wicked fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdhanses View Post
    Ordered it what feels like forever ago but it came into the local fedex freight location today. Very impressed with the quality and it works very well. I have a ton of trees and brush to move so itíll get a good workout soon.

    While I havenít used it a much, so far Iím very happy with it. I also noticed the price jumped $100 since I ordered but itís still a good deal with free shipping.

    Was happy to see that I hooked up the WR Long 3rd function correctly, zero issues with it working.

    Also happy I picked up the Titan forks as it was super easy to unload from the pickup.
    No pictures? Your gonna love that thing.
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    I wish I had the projects to justify the cost just to play with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedals2Paddles View Post
    I wish I had the projects to justify the cost just to play with.
    The grapple on my X738 is from Innovative, and it's the only grapple I could find for the X700 series tractors. It uses both front hydraulic cylinders, is built like a BSH and can lift to the hydraulics limits easily.

    The cost was $650 and worth every penny. I have a large number of boulders like the one in the pictures, logs, trees, and brush to move and clear. This thing has paid for itself already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedals2Paddles View Post
    I wish I had the projects to justify the cost just to play with.
    Hmmm, this does not compute.

    'Justify' & 'play with' shouldn't be used in the same sentence.

    Now maybe you have other priorities, but NEVER give up hope.

    Just remember the line from A Field of Dreams: "If you build it they will come."
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    Nice. I ordered one last week. Should be here sometime in October based on their current 10-12 week lead time.

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    You will NOT be disappointed! We have owned the EA grapple for almost 3 years. We have used it for brush, logs, stumps, concrete slabs, you name it. It is as strong and dependable as the day we received it! Congrats on the new toy!

    Like others have said, we want pictures
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