Designed for Skid Steer loaders, the SSGR-84 features a lower profile design than standard brush grapples making access to the operator’s seat easy, even on units with a cab door. Lower tines with gripping notches of 1” material with weld-on tine points allow the grapple to pick-up debris while leaving the dirt behind. The dual upper grapples open a full 59-inches allowing the operator to maximize the amount of debris held.
Two 2” x 10”, 3000 psi cylinders are mounted behind the mainframe to operate the upper grapples, while protecting them from harm. Hoses are routed through the mainframe providing protection for them.
- Lower profile provides easy access to the operator’s seat, even on units with a cab door.
- Lower tines have weld-on tine points, allowing operator to go under logs/brush for easy clean pick-up.
- Gripping notches in upper grapple and lower tines help to retain materials in the grapple rake.
- Pivot points have lubrication capabilities for long service life.
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|Skid Steer Brush Grapple Specifications|
|Overall Width (in/mm)||84 / 2134|
|Overall Depth (in/mm)||25 / 635|
|Overall Height Closed (in/mm)||42 / 1067|
|Grapple Opening (in/mm)||59 / 1499|
|Upper Grapple Width (in/mm)||19.5 / 495|
|Tine Spacing (in/mm)||15.5 / 394|
|Number of Lower Tines||6|
|Reinforcing Tubes Between Lower Tines||Yes|
|Number of Hydraulic Cylinders||2|
|Cylinder Bore / Stroke (in/mm)||2 x 10 / 51 x 254|
|Cylinder Pressure Rating (psi/bar)||3000 / 206.9|
|Mounting Type||"Universal" Skid Steer|
|Horsepower Rating (maximum)||150 PTO|
|Weight (lbs/kg)||925 / 420|
WARNING: Read and understand the operator’s manual before operation. Be sure tractor/skid steer is properly counterbalanced. Damage to equipment or personal injury could occur.