What is a grapple bucket used for?
The grapple bucket (or flat bottom grapple) is mainly used in industrial applications where the work is being done on hard flat surfaces, such as, demolition, recycling and scrap applications. With this grapple, all material is kept in the bucket and scraping to a clean finish can be obtained.
Where are CID attachments made?
CID Attachments founded in 2003 has a combined experience of over 30 years in skid steer attachments. Located in Denton, North Carolina. Our commitment is providing high quality products and services at competitive prices to you.
Are CID attachments any good?
CID has become one of the most popular skid steer attachment brands around, and for good reason. They are committed to providing dependable, long lasting attachments that won’t put a hole in your pocket.
How big of a tractor do you need to clear land?
Don’t take on a project bigger than your equipment can handle. A 25-35hp tractor can easily tackle the job of clearing small trees (less than 6” diameter) and brush, but if you’re looking at multiple acres with medium-large diameter trees, you’ll want to hire professionals or rent a bulldozer.
What is a grapple bucket?
A Grapple Bucket or Scrap Grapple is a variation of the Root Grapple but has a solid bottom and low cut sides allowing for material wider than the bucket to be secured by the lid or lids.
What is a tractor grapple?
Tractor grapples or skid steer grapples are just different animals compared to the typical front end loader bucket that you have on your machine. Choosing grapples and deciding why you need a tractor grapple is important. Theses are things to consider before you make your purchase.
What size bucket do you use a single cylinder grapple?
So this particular grapple with the single cylinder is meant to be used on buckets from 48 inches to 60 inches in length. This is adjustable and then you will only have to drill 4 holes in each side of your bucket, and we’re gonna spin that around and show it to you.
What can a tractor bucket be used for?
The typical tractor or skid steer bucket is nice for digging and moving materials such as dirt. They are usually wide open on top and can hold a fair amount of material. It will not hold brush, stumps, or grab debris like a wicked grapple.