This add-on grapple is purpose-built for compact tractors with loaders and existing buckets. No need for major modifications or complex installations. ----
Simply bolt it onto your bucket, and you’re good to go. It’s like giving your trusty tractor a superhero upgrade.
Easy Installation: No complex modifications needed. Bolt this grapple onto your existing bucket, and you’re set. It’s like giving your tractor a superhero upgrade.
Hydraulic Power or EHA: Choose your style. Opt for the classic hydraulic cylinder or the cutting-edge Electro-Hydraulic Actuator (EHA). Both deliver strength without compromising on weight.
Lightweight, Yet Sturdy: Don’t be fooled by its weight. This grapple is like a gymnast—nimble and strong. It won’t slow down your tractor.

Why You Need It
• Material Handling: Load logs, branches, and debris effortlessly. The secure grip keeps everything in place.
• Time-Saving: Say goodbye to manual labor. Let the grapple do the heavy lifting.
Precision: Whether it’s land cleanup or forestry work, this grapple gives you the edge.

A tractor grapple is an essential attachment for anyone dealing with heavy materials like logs, brush, or debris. Here’s why you should consider adding one to your equipment:
1. Secure Handling: A grapple provides a secure grip on objects, preventing them from slipping or rolling. Whether you’re moving logs, branches, or other bulky items, the grapple ensures they stay put during transport.
2. Time-Saving: Loading logs or brush onto your equipment can be time-consuming and labor-intensive. With a grapple, you can lift and move materials efficiently, reducing manual effort and speeding up the process.
3. Versatility: Grapples are versatile attachments. They excel in various tasks, such as logging, land clearing, and brush cleanup. Whether you’re a farmer, rural property owner, or professional contractor, a grapple enhances your tractor’s capabilities.
4. Easy Installation: Attaching a grapple to your tractor is straightforward. The hydraulic couplers on the grapple must match those on your tractor. Once connected, you’re ready to tackle various jobs.

Examples of Grapple Applications
1. Logging Operations: Grapples are ideal for moving and stacking logs. If you heat your home with a stove or fireplace, a grapple helps you season and process large quantities of wood efficiently.
2. Brush Cleanup: When clearing land or maintaining your property, a grapple makes quick work of collecting and removing debris. Whether it’s fallen branches, brush, or other materials, the grapple streamlines the cleanup process.
3. Barrier Building: Grapples are handy for constructing walls and barriers. Use long lengths of wood to establish roads, trails, or garden beds. Stack large rocks for retaining walls with ease.
In summary, a tractor grapple offers precision, control, and time savings. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, adding a grapple attachment can transform your tractor into a powerful workhorse.

The grapple adds approximately 100lbs to your tractor. Most tractors can lift more than what they are rated for. If you are worried about having too small of a payload in your bucket because of the extra weight of the grapple, there is a solution. Most loads that require a grapple, such as tree and brush cleanup, don't weigh much. If you have a heavy load to carry, the grapple detaches in short order. Remove 4 pins, and off it comes.

The Kompact Tree Spade Advantage
Efficiency: In just 2 minutes, this powerful tool digs the hole and plants the tree. No more backbreaking labor or time-consuming manual work.
Versatility: Designed for trees up to 2.5” caliper/diameter, the Kompact Tree Spade adapts to various tree sizes. Keep your shovels pristine – let the spade do the heavy lifting.
Stress Relief: For the tree and for yourself. Proper transplantation reduces stress on the tree, ensuring faster establishment. And as a landscaper, you’ll appreciate the ease of operation.

Business Boost
Visual Appeal: A well-planted landscape speaks volumes. Impress clients with healthy, precisely positioned trees. Your business becomes a natural advertisement.

Why Heavy Machinery Isn’t Always the Answer
Customer Satisfaction: Disappointed customers can harm your reputation. Protect their investment by avoiding tree damage during landscaping.
Size Matters: Some trees are too large to move by hand. Heavy machinery can be overkill and risky. Enter the 600lb Tree Mover.
Compatibility and Ease
The Kompact Tree Spade works with compact tractors, skid steers, and loaders.
Attach it to your existing pallet forks and hydraulics – no additional equipment needed.

Imagine you’ve got a hefty tree or shrub that needs relocating. It’s too big to wrestle by hand, and that’s where our trusty Tree Spade steps in. Here’s the lowdown on how it works:
1. Attachment to Tractor or Skid Steer: The Kompact Tree Spade is designed to hitch a ride with your trusty tractor or skid steer. As long as they’ve got pallet forks, this spade is ready to roll.
2. Precision Digging: When you’re ready to transplant, position the Tree Spade near the target tree. It’s like a gentle giant – it digs a hole around the tree’s base with precision. No guesswork here!
3. Root Ball Preservation: Here’s the magic: the Tree Spade ensures minimal root disturbance. It scoops up the tree along with a neat, intact root ball. Think of it as cradling the tree’s life force in your hands.
4. Lift and Move: Once the root ball is secure, lift the tree gently. The Tree Spade’s sturdy arms keep everything snug. Now you’re ready to transport your leafy friend to its new home.
5. Planting Confidence: With the Kompact Tree Spade, you can promise your customers that their green darlings won’t suffer during the move. Those roots? They’re staying put.
So there you have it – a tool that turns tree relocation into a breeze. Next time you see a towering oak making its way to a new spot, tip your hat to the Kompact Tree Spade. It’s the unsung hero that keeps landscapes thriving!

A root ball refers to the mass of soil and roots that surrounds the base of a tree or shrub when it is dug up for transplanting. When a plant is removed from its original location, the root ball contains the plant’s roots, soil, and sometimes a portion of the surrounding earth. The goal during transplantation is to minimize disruption to the roots and preserve the integrity of the root ball, ensuring the plant’s successful adaptation to its new environment.