|Overall Width (Inches)
|Height: Overall / Bucket (Inches)
||24.7 / 23.6
|Overall Depth (Inches)
|Number of Tines (With Sides)
|Space Between Tines / Grapple Jaws (Inches)
||6.8 / 7.2
||7.0 / 7.3
||7.1 / 7.4
|Tine Thickness (Inches)
|Cylinder Bore / Stroke (Inches)
||2.0 / 6.0
|Cylinder Pins / Hinge Pins Diameter (Inches)
||1.0 / 1.0
|Grapple Jaw Opening (Inches)
|Approximate Weight (Pounds)
|Recommended Loader Capacity
||Greater than 500 pounds
¹Material is Grade 50 Plate (50,000 PSI Minimum Yield Strength).
2ASV® mount adds approximately 35 pounds and Bobcat® mount adds 20 pounds to model weight.
Below are various questions Virnig Manufacturing receives on a regular basis. Browse through the following questions and click on a question to see the answer. If you do not see your question listed below please contact a local Virnig dealer or call 800.648.2408.
V20 Mini Skid Steer Root Rake Grapple
WHICH MINI SKID STEER MOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE?
There are three mini mounts to choose from:
• Universal skid steer quick tach mount not available
WHY DOES VIRNIG USE TEETH ON THE ROOT RAKE GRAPPLES?
Cast, pin-on teeth allow the Root Rake Grapples to cut deep into and underneath roots and piles of branches for optimal brush removal. Additionally, teeth have a long wear life and can easily be replaced.
WHAT GRAPPLE WIDTH SHOULD I PURCHASE?
Typically, the grapple bucket width should be larger than the width of the loader.
The material to be handled by the grapple also needs to be taken into account. For example, logs can be handled easier with a wider grapple whereas dense items like rocks may overload the machine when using a large grapple. To prevent potential overloading issues, compare the loader’s lifting capacity and tipping weight to the weight of the attachment plus the estimated weight of a load. Different materials will change the estimated weight of a load.
If you are unsure about what width to purchase, contact a local Virnig dealer or call Virnig at 800-648-2408.
Learn more about how to choose the right skid steer grapple.
Virnig Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Purchase Virnig Attachments?
Virnig sells mini skid steer, compact tractor, and skid steer attachments through a network of independently owned dealers throughout the United States and Canada. Call 800-648-2408 for assistance in finding a dealer or use the online Dealer Finder.
What Type of Attachment Interface/Hookup Does Virnig Use?
All Virnig skid steer attachments are manufactured with a universal mount to fit most skid steer loaders. The mounting frame is built to ISO 24410 and SAE J2513 standards.
All Virnig mini skid steer attachments are manufactured with a Toro®/mini universal mount, Bobcat® mount, or ASV® mount.
What is the Setup Time for a Virnig Attachment?
Most Virnig attachments are ready to work right off the pallet.
To minimize setup time, Virnig Manufacturing requires the machine brand and model to be listed in every order for attachments with hydraulic components. This ensures proper hose length, routing, and coupler sizing. In addition, all hydraulic Virnig Attachments are tested for leaks and proper operation before leaving the factory. There may be specific scenarios in which additional setup time will be required.
HOW QUICKLY CAN I GET REPLACEMENT PARTS?
Most parts for Virnig skid steer attachments are available in-stock and can be shipped as early as the same day the order is received. Fabricated and back ordered parts are available with a reasonable lead time. Virnig uses several shipping options to provide timely and cost effective delivery to customers.
Check with a local Virnig dealer for replacement part availability.
WHAT WARRANTY DOES VIRNIG OFFER?
All Virnig parts and attachments are warranted for one year from the end user’s date of purchase, or the dealer’s date of first rental/demonstration. If the warranty period has expired, a sales receipt or first rental slip will be required for warranty consideration.
WHY DOES VIRNIG USE NITROSTEEL® CYLINDER RODS?
Virnig uses NitroSteel® cylinder rods because they are a superior performing alternative to chrome plating. The finish offers improved corrosion resistance and better grease retention.
Chrome plated cylinder rods can flake or pit and destroy the seals or other internal components; resulting in downtime and expensive repairs.
A NitroSteel® rod will perform better and increase the service life of a cylinder, making it the cost-effective choice. Learn more about the benefits of the NitroSteel® process.
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