Thinking in the right direction, IMO.In another thread, I’m learning about diverters and FEL mounted snow plows.
The topic of grapples came up.
My game plan for next winter is a FEL-mounted plow with manual angle and the ability to receive a hydraulic angling kit in the future. For a variety of reasons too lengthy to get into now, I’m ok with a manual angle plow for a bit.
The thread conversation has me thinking of all I can do with a grapple.
Notably, remove sectioned trees I’ve dropped and piles of brush.
I’m thinking as an interim, a set of forks will be more efficient at moving those types of things than a FEL bucket, yes?
And once I have a diverter and grapple, I’m sure there’s plenty for the forks to do....?
Am I thinking in the right direction here?
Since I cannot afford a grapple,
But not all of us have the "Grapple Cash" so we use the "Poor Man's Grapple", pallet forks.
You will need some cash to do that. I know because that is what I did.If you think a grapple is in your future, do yourself a huge favor and look really hard at the Artilian system built off their fork frame.