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Botex Forestry Timber Grapple Grab with Rotator and Quick-Hitch

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Features

370 Slewing Angle
0.20=111cm. 0.26=145cm. Grab Max Opening
3T or 6T Rotor Size
Supplied with bespoke quick hitch and hoses

Forestry Timber Grapple Grabs: We can supply our Botex 0.20 or 0.26 grabs with a rotator and quick hitch to suit your required base machine.

Botex 0.20 Grab:
Opening to 111cm, Our First botex grapple in the range, this is the same model used on our 360 loader,
Supplied with 3T rotator, Hitch & Hoses. A data sheet will be sent to you to confirm your pin sizes for bespoke quick hitch fabrication.

Botex 0.26 Grab:
Opening to 145cm, this heavy duty grapple is the largest we supply. It is the same high specification unit from the 560, 570 or 580 Botex loaders.
Supplied with 6T rotator, Hitch & Hoses. A data sheet will be sent to you to confirm your pin sizes for bespoke quick hitch fabrication.

If you require just the grab without a rotator and hitch, please click here to see the range.

See the full Botex Catalogue here  SEE CATALOGUE  HERE  

 
Contact our product specialist Kris Wilson directly
 
01556 612 233 kris@jaspwilson.co.uk
 
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