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    No Hydraulic needed Grapple

    Has anyone tried the Brush Crusher BC-4200 and what did you think of it?
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    Interesting - but how does it hook to the bottom pin of the JDQA?

    If you look at the video around the 2:00 mark, he's attaching it to the JDQA, but it doesn't look like the bottom pins in anywhere. I hope I'm missing something.
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    Watch the video at the bottom of the page. It does attach to the lower pins. Neat attachment.


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    What is the price on this grapple? Pretty neat idea.
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    I have had one for about 45 days or so the cost was around 1350 like most things it has its limitations. I have used it for brush clearing to moving downed trees and branches takes a little getting used to but for about the cost of adding the extra set of hydraulics does a good job. And it attaches just like the bucket or forks.
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    vt2305 - THANKS for pointing out that other video. I didn't see it.

    Here's a review from an end user...
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    I like it!!!!




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    This is a cool attachment. Well thought out. Got me thinking....
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    Very interesting design, I also like it. It would be ideal for the smaller tractors since the attachment doesn't weigh very much.
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    That looks really impressive. I wouldn't mind having one of those. That would make the firewood situation a lot easier and the log piling too. Please keep us updated with how you like it.
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