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Logs will bend those teeth on that grab (the grey topped one) unless they are tempered.

Those ‘canines’ are a pita as well.

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17 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Logs will bend those teeth on that grab (the grey topped one) unless they are tempered.

Those ‘canines’ are a pita as well.

This is for muck and grass cuttings, not logs. I have the Kelfri log grab. 

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1 hour ago, doobin said:

Decided to get the kelfri grab into proper brackets whilst I was at it. Going well. 

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I welded plate to the side of the hooks easier to attach and to stop hook bending under load, looks good 

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8 hours ago, dumper said:

I welded plate to the side of the hooks easier to attach and to stop hook bending under load, looks good 

Yup, I have those bits to go on. I had to leave it there as it was dinner time. 

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On 18/09/2021 at 15:32, doobin said:

Just welded a backplate up for this skid steer bucket grab. Seems well built, all pro forge stuff looks quality. A farm down the road have the log grab. 
 

was tricky to know what size to go for, in the end I went for the skid steer 4’ rather than the euro 5’ as this is 130kgs vs more like 290kgs for the euro type. The 8.4 could handle a bigger bite for sure but then you have the extra attachment weight to contend with at all times too. 🤷‍♂️🤦‍♂️

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I did borrow a 6’ euro type the other week, but that was so cumbersome it was a pain and I think the 5’ type would not have been much better. 

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Do the euro fitting attachments fit straight onto a multi one?

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Most euro implements would be at the top end of the weight capacity of the mini loaders, you have to have the ability to lift a load and the implement

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As dumper says. I use a euro adaptor.m but that’s why I went for the lighter bucket grab. Using it in anger for the first time today. 

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Can’t beat ripping up the whole footing and carrying it to the front. Better than messing about with the breaker in the shit. 

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