36 Inch Mini Rock Grapple

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36 Inch Mini Rock Grapple

This mini rock grapple offers the best of power and size. The Ignite mini rock grapple attachment grips rocks, boulders, large debris, tree limbs and other brush while leaving soil behind.  Our mini rock grapple can fit in the tight spaces larger rock grapples can't, yet still has a sizable grab with a meaty grapple opening of 25.9 inches. An innovative dual interface ensures easy, hassle-free pairing with any brand of mini track loader, making this an ideal solution for rental centers and mixed-fleet landscape operations.

Laser-cut steel for precision, greaseable pins for durability and nylon-sleeved hoses for protection make this mini skid steer rock grapple ideal for landscaping. It’s available in two sizes, 36 and 44 inches, with Faster flat faced couplers to connect under pressure.

  • Heavy-duty cylinder protection for less downtime.
  • Greaseable pins for durability and increased service life.
  • Laser-cut steel for precision, accuracy and a tighter fit.
  • Nylon-sleeved hoses for protection and less downtime.

How it Works

  • Heavy-duty hydraulic cylinders open and close the Ignite mini rock grapple so you can clamp down on awkward materials that can’t be scooped up with the bottom tines. Let soil, small rocks or debris fall through the tines, leaving finer materials in place, while lifting and carrying the load.

Warranty: 12-month warranty

More Information


300 lb


36 in


34.4 in

Overall Height Grapple Closed

21.6 in

Overall Height Grapple Open

33.1 in


1 (2.25" Bore x 1" Rod)

Max Grapple Opening

25.9 in

Quick Couplers

Faster Flat Face (CUP)


Grade 50

Top Grapple Style


Grapple Tine Thickness

0.3125 in

Bucket Tine Thickness

0.25 in

Tine Spacing

3 in

Max Operating Pressure

3500 PSI


WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead and lead compounds, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov