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Compact Tractor Loader Grapple Bucket


 
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Construction Attachments Compact Tractor Loader Grapple Bucket


  • 1GBCMP For Tractor Loaders Up To 50 HP
  • Enables compact tractors to move hard to handle materials and awkward debris
  • Grapple opening of 29.875" with no wasted space
  • 4" 1/2" thick 1065 high carbon welded cutting edge
  • Available in 60", 66", and 82" widths
  • Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

Bucket Weights
60" 575 lbs
66" 603 lbs
72" 631 lbs

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Construction Attachments Compact Tractor Loader Grapple Bucket, 1GBCMP  with universal skid steer quick attach, available in 60", 66", and 72" widths.

Item# Item Name Our Price Sale Price Qty Add
1GBCMP60 60 Compact tractor grapple bucket
$2,206.00
$ 2,272.00
1GBCMP66 66 Compact tractor grapple bucket
$2,287.00
$ 2,356.00
1GBCMP72 72 Compact tractor grapple bucket
$2,343.00
$ 2,413.00
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Video Transcription:

Hi, I'm Ted from Everything Attachments, and we're here today with the Compact Grapple Bucket from Construction Attachments.

If you've got a compact tractor, up to 50 horsepower, this can be the bucket for you. It has twin independent grapples, so if your load is uneven, it's still going to be able to stay pinched down on it. It has a nice nipped edge here to give you some sharpness. If you want to pull some shrubs or something out, this bucket is built strong enough to be able to pull your full strength of your tractor from either side. It has a half-
inch welded cutting edge in here and has full side cutters all the way from the top to the bottom for wear and extra strength.

This grapple has the cylinders mounted in the center, and then if you'll notice under here where the holes are, the center is not perforated, and that's to protect the cylinder. So all of the holes help lessen the weight on this, but it's solid where it needs to be so that it doesn't damage the cylinder.

Turn it around here on the side just for a minute, Peanut. Turn it all the way to the side. So it gives an opening here of 32 inches from the top to the bottom so you can just about get into anything.

It has individual pins on each side of the grapple that are greasable.

Come on around to the back, and I'm going to show you how much bracing is in it. From the back, you can see that this has a square post in here welded into the grapple to give you your strength from your cylinders. Three-eighths plate has been cut for your sides of your grapple.

So this is truly an extreme-duty compact grapple bucket. It could be used for just about anything. It comes in 60-, 66-, and 72-inch widths for tractors up to about 50 horsepower. As long as it's a compact tractor, you should be good.

At Everything Attachments, we always send out our attachments with hoses and couplers. You will need a third function remote kit to operate this, and we have those available for almost every tractor.

The hoses are routed through all of this webbing to protect them, and if you notice, if you just look at all of the gusseting on here, these grapples are meant to take about any abuse that a compact tractor can dish out.

This is a standard skid-steer mount on it right here, which is the universal quick attach. It could be fitted with a John Deere quick attach or most pin-on-style buckets we have the drawings for. There's a small custom fee for that.

But this is the heaviest-duty compact grapple bucket that I've seen, and we hope that you'll make all your purchases at Everything Attachments. Give us a call or an e-mail, and we will help size the bucket for your machine and help you get your third function kit, if you don't already have one.




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5 of 5 Hydraulic line on Left cylinder February 20, 2015
Reviewer: Jim Randle from Pipe Creek, TX United States  
After using the grapple for approx 30 mins I noticed there was a leak on the left cylinder. It was just a loose connection and was able to be tightened. I verified all the rest of the connections and they were tight.

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