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Severe X-treme Duty Wicked Stump Grapple Bucket

978 lbs. with a 16" leading edge with 3 teeth. 50" Clam opening for big jobs. Bucket is 45 1/4" from back to front(not counting teeth). Perfect for grounds maintenance, landscaping, tree nurseries and forestry industries. Rip, Tear and Shred Stubborn Root Balls, Stumps, and Tree Debris from the Ground. With the newly designed Wicked Stump Grapple Bucket, the laser cut teeth saw through the toughest of roots, and grab like Bear claws to rip out anything in its path. Grapple has 2,500 lbs. force @ 3,000 PSI at end of bucket. Standard Universal Skid Steer Quick Attach. Check out our video of it in use... Free Shipping within 1,000 miles
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Technical Specifications:

Specialty buckets for skid steer and tractor loaders


product features

(also available without grapple)
  • Designed to cut through roots and remove stubborn stumps.
  • Designed to cut trenches
  • Sold standard width 3/4" x 6" front cutting edge with three (3) weld-on cutting teeth(WT)
  • 3/8" A572 steel plate body.
  • Solid broken out top rail gusset across entire hitch.
  • 1065 milled cutting edge material with CNC plasma cut teeth

3/8" x 8" reinforcement behind front cutter & bottom bucket cover with .5" x 2" ribs/wear pads.

With Grapple:

Specially designed load transfer plate allows transfer of force on rear hinge plates & cylinder hinges to make use of entire rear panel eliminating flex & greatly extending product life.

3" Bore cylinder generates over 2500 #'s of clamping force at the tip @ 3000psi.

Over 55" grapple opening allows increased stump capacity & easy release to get a better bite.

The bucket body parts are of 3/8” A572 plate steel. The side cutters are actual ½” X 4” 1065 milled cutting edge material that has been cnc plasma cut for the teeth. Using the hard milled cutting edge material gives these side cutters the ability to cut, as well as, grab. This should be a decided advantage over comparable buckets that have merely had teeth cut into the hot rolled steel sideplates. The flat cut teeth on the competitor’s models may grab, but it will be more difficult to drive them through roots. I have ¾” A572 on the grapple arms and ¼” cap plates that are broken out as you can see in the photos with a ¼” doubler with teeth at the front of the grapple. The grapple caps are reinforced by 2”X2”X1/4” tubing and 2”X3”X1/4” tubing. Pivot pins are 1 ½” on the grapple and 1 3/16” on the cylinder. The teeth cut into the grapple arms are in line but at an angle to the flat runs of the grapple arm to help them to get a bite. They are aggressive and should bite very well, but they are only cut in pockets of teeth instead of along the entire arm, so that if you get more bite than your machine can handle you can roll forward and open the grapple to release and get a more advantageous angle or simply disengage from the stump.
The folks I have talked to seem to be looking at this as a beast of an implement for the more robust machines, but I would point out that the smaller machines on rubber tires may need the grapple as much or more than the large track mount machines. The smaller machines with less ground weight and traction have a harder time using the stump bucket with no grapple because they don’t have the weight, horsepower and traction to drive into a stump and cut enough roots to pop it out of the ground as well as a more robust track machine. Using the grapple to snap off the stump while the bucket teeth are indexed at the roots is a way to use the hydraulics, where these machines have plenty of available power, to get the same work out of the smaller rubber tire machines.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review.

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Wicked Stump Grapple December 6, 2015
Reviewer: Mark Mason from Universal City, TX United States  
It's everything it's advertised to be and then some!  Removed three huge stumps in the first 15 minutes of use then pushed over a bunch of mesquite trees and then dug up the roots.  Finished off the day using the grapple to pick up large dead oaks and move them to cut up for firewood.  Very handy attachment.

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Leak October 13, 2015
Reviewer: Gary Stang from Clearwater, MN United States  
Have not used it yet but have a towel under it from the leaking hydro fluid when I hooked it to my skid.  Appears the hose screws were not tightened properly.

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Well built May 6, 2015
Reviewer: Joe from Crivitz, WI United States  
This is a very well built and does the job of removing stumps. Very happy with the design. Rick was very helpful!

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Good product March 18, 2015
Reviewer: Rex from Winnfield, LA United States  
So far this stump grapple has preformed as advertised. It is much stronger than I anticipated and the grapple has more power than my tractor. Note in order to utilize its full potential 4X4 and extra weight on the back is a must when using it on a tractor.

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wicked x-treme stump bucket February 20, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Atchison, KS United States  
built strong works great very satisfied

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