Debris Cleanup! Grapple Rake and John Deere 5075E!



Johnny 5 goes to the field to clean up flood debris using the grapple rake from Precision Manufacturing. Tractor Time with Tim hunts logs and other debris with help from Katriel who flies the drone over the field.

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  1. Christy Are they trying to hurt your foot again? Tim you need to put one of those mirrors on the grapple. Like they put on the front of the school buses so they can see down in front of the buss to see the kids crossing in front of the busses.

  2. Enjoyed the video Tim, Christy & Katreil. Great video footage. Beautiful senset. Very nice tractor. Glad you didn't get hurt Christy when you had to jump off the truck. Y'all take care and God bless.

  3. Nice video Tim just an easy feeling and getting some work done with the family. I suppose you could get a camera and lcd screen for the cab and give you some extra eyes over the hood. I did that with my small tractor for cultivating very hard to watch whats going on in back and drive straight at least for me LOL.

  4. Ha…my first thought when I started the video was along the lines of "The Heavy Hitch setup looks kinda puny on that tractor". Glad to hear a solution is in the works.

  5. TRACTOR TIM

    U DOING PRETTY GOOD JOB / BUT IF KEEP YOUR LOADER BUCKET TO HIGH SOONER OR LATER WILL TURN OVER / KEEP YOUR LOADER BUCKET 1/2 WAYDOWN , WOULD BE BETTER , YOUR WIFE WILL STILL HAVE HUSBAND LIVING !

  6. “Why’s it seem Christie’s always the one in danger?” So true! So funny Tim. Enjoyed watching Johnny 5 at work in the big field. Nice mix of arial, outside, and inside of cab video.

  7. Don't have a grapple(yet) as I'm too "thrifty" or as I say cheap ol' bastard LOL. Still using loaders be they wheeled or tracked. Was rock and boulder picking with my JD 350B crawler loader monday evening. Grapple would have been better.

  8. Drone and grapple, a great combination. The grapple is my go to tool, it's the work of superman, in the comfort of the cab tractor. Thanks for taking the time to post this video!

  9. Tim, I have noticed in a couple of recent videos that the tractor bonnet, loader and implement mounted on it tend to restrict vision quite a bit making it harder to pick things up. Have you considered a cheap reversing camera kit for a car, with the camera mounted to the loader arm and the monitor near the drivers position as a solution to this. I'm thinking along the lines of both items being fitted with a magnetic base or a vac base for the monitor when used with a cabin tractor, so a single system could be quickly added to a machine when needed, or quickly removed when needed elsewhere. Would even work for Casey 3 etc when trenching and the cab face or floor interupt your line of sight to the bottom of the trench. Just a suggestion.

  10. Nice! Back in my day, we didn't have all those fancy attachments. We would hook the Super C up to the 2wheel trailer and drive back and forth looking for debris! That is how I learned to drive! I think a skid steer would have been the right piece of equipment with a grapple to use here.

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