Add A Grapple sTANDARD PALLET FORK
The Pallet Fork Add A Grapple converts your standard pallet forks into grapple forks at an economical cost. No more loads falling off the forks. Easy On / Easy Off installation. Fits pallet forks up to 4″ wide and a maximum of 1 3/4″ thick. Two fork positions available—the outer position allows clamping against the forks while the inner position allows the grapple to bypass the forks to clamp down on a smaller load. Optional log clamp allows you to clamp onto one object at a time. Very useful when cutting pipes and logs—no bending over and no chain saw in the dirt!
- Easy On / Easy Off
- Holds Brush, Limbs and Logs
- Stabilizes Pallet Loads
- Optional Log Clamp
- Hoses Not Included
- 2 Fork Positions: Outer/Inner
- Optional Log Clamp
Add A Grapple ADJUSTABLE PALLET FORK
The Pallet Fork Add A Grapple Adjustable has all the features of the original 336S27 Pallet Grapple. In addition, the Pallet Fork Add A Grapple Adjustable has three height adjustments. It can secure everything from a single log or pipe up to a 74″ diameter round bale of hay. Changing the height adjustment is easy. Simply remove the pivot shaft, place the grapple at desired height and slide pivot shaft into position. All in a matter of minutes without any tools. See how to chose the right grapple and our Grapple Spec Sheet below to make the correct choice for your equipment and usage.
Add A Grapple MINI PALLET FORK
The Mini Pallet Fork Add A Grapple easily converts your Pallet Forks into Grapple Forks! The grapple mounts to the slotted rail of the pallet forks and locks in place with the provided locking device. Forks can be positioned inside the grapples or to the outside of the grapples.
- Easy On/Off
- Fits All Class 2A Pallet Forks
- 47” Opening, 27” Wide Grapples
- Recommended Up to 40hp
How to Choose the Right Grapple?
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WHEN SHOPPING FOR A GRAPPLE
- Do you want to add a grapple to your existing bucket or remove your bucket and attach a grapple rake?
- Do you have auxiliary hydraulic outlets? If not, see accessories for Xtra Valve Kit. If you have a set of outlets in the rear of your tractor you might want to run a set of hoses from those outlets to the front of your tractor. Conceal them and secure with cable ties so the hoses do not get in the way. Now you can put couplers on the ends and have a disconnect point at the front of the tractor instead of having long hoses to manage.
- How do you intend to use the grapple? Cleaning barns, picking up loose hay, moving round hay bales, brush or construction debris? Choose the right grapple for your job.
- What is the lift capacity of your loader? Choose a grapple that is less than 50% of your loader lift capacity but still strong enough to do the job.
IMPORTANT FEATURES TO LOOK AT WHEN CHOOSING A GRAPPLE
The width of the opening may be the most important feature of a grapple. A wider grapple opening means you can grab more material. Some are even wide enough to grab large round bales. Spacing of tines is important. For brush we think 6” is ideal. It is wide enough to sift the dirt yet tight enough to hold smaller brush. For rock buckets we think 3” is ideal for the same reasons. Single grapple or double grapple? We sell far more doubles than singles. Mainly because with a double grapple you can clamp down on uneven loads. Almost all brush loads will be uneven. A single grapple may be preferred for picking up even material such as hay bales. A grapple that weighs over 50% of your lift capacity may limit the material you are able to carry. Choose one slightly less than 50%. Getting one too light will be costly in the long run.