Virnig's V50 Root Rake Grapple Proves Versatile Attachment Across Industries

Mon February 05, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The V50 root rake grapple skid steer attachment is a two-cylinder, single jaw grapple designed for digging, raking, piling and loading debris.
The V50 root rake grapple skid steer attachment is a two-cylinder, single jaw grapple designed for digging, raking, piling and loading debris.

Virnig's V50 root rake grapple skid steer attachment is a two-cylinder, single jaw grapple designed for digging, raking, piling and loading debris.

The jaw opens more than 40 in. (101.6 cm) and allows the user to back-drag or rake debris; the jaw and rake tines are made from 3/8 in. (.9 cm) Grade 80 steel (80,000 PSI yield strength).

No front comb at the tine tips means users can easily drive the bottom of the grapple deep into piles of branches, logs, and debris. Replaceable, Series 23 cast steel teeth cut deep into and underneath stubborn roots and debris.

This versatile brush grapple can be used for agricultural, landscaping, forestry and demolition purposes, in addition to being a cost effective job-site clean up grapple in the construction industry.

A V60, heavier-duty version of this grapple also is available. Cylinder Guards come standard with all Virnig root rake grapple models.

They are available in three sizes: 66, 72 and 78 in. (167, 183 and 198 cm).

For more information, call 800/648-2408 or visit www.virnigmfg.com.




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