Paladin Attachments has partnered with Star Hill Solutions Inc. to introduce the new Bradco Quik Pik Multi-Purpose Grapple for skid steers. This unique multi-purpose grapple tool is versatile enough to manage brush, logs, hay bales, rocks and pipe or culverts, as well as standard pallet jobs.

The Bradco Quik Pik base unit has a patented dual hydraulic boom and curved tines allowing for safe handling of materials which wrap around and against irregular-shaped objects and loads for additional stabilization. The base unit is equipped with a removable Landscape Shoe that provides a platform to stabilize loads against the face-plate. Combine the base unit with the optional fork tines and/or brush rake and the Bradco Quik Pik easily becomes an all-in-one multi-purpose attachment with the material handling capabilities of multiple attachments, such as pallet forks, brush grapples, bale spikes, manure forks, and log grapples.

The Bradco Quik Pik base unit includes a dual-hydraulic boom with removable landscape shoe and five curved tines which are 2.6 inches wide spaced 3.75 inches apart. The grapple has a reach of 50.55 inches with a 62.38-inch opening dimension, and the base unit weighs about 700 pounds. The Bradco Quik Pik is an innovative multi-tasking tool that provides the most efficient, cost-effective and productive solution for anyone with material handling challenges. Farmers, ranchers, construction contractors, landscapers and land managers can now replace the many separate handling attachments in their fleet like pallet forks, brush grapples, log grapples, pipe handlers, bale spears, hay grapples, rock grapples and manure forks with the new Quick Pik Multi-Purpose Grapple system.

Paladin Attachments is a leading manufacturer of couplers and attachments throughout North America and parts of the world for the construction, aggregate, agriculture, landscaping, land clearing, recycle, mining, demolition, utility, and municipal market segments. For more information about Paladin’s entire coupler and attachment offering, call 800-456-7100; fax 734-996-9014; email; or visit