Quik Pik Functions

Designed tough for landscaping, land management, construction, demolition and a wide range of material handling uses, the QUIK PIK Grabbing tool greatly expands the usefulness of your farm tractor, skid steer, all terrain loader and telehandler. It will pay for itself through increased productivity, labor savings, enhanced safety and greater overall efficiency.

Quarried Stone Wall Construction

Use Quik Pik to precisely pick and place quarried stone blocks when constructing a retaining wall. Eliminate the use of cumbersome and clumsy forks. Using the fingers curl behind the stone and draw onto the landscape shoe. Simple, elegant, and fast. Use with landscape shoe.

Rounded Rocks and Stones:

The curved fingers are perfect for handling round rocks. Curve the tines around the rock, draw the rock in, and place that rock exactly where you want it. Allows for delicate, scratch-free handling of designer landscape rocks. Use with landscape shoe.

Logs and Timber

Rotate the fingers around the log and bring the log in tight to the faceplate for secure handling. Grasp logs as you handle them for forest, field, loading, or in your milling operations Open the tines and use a pushing motion to roll logs. Use with landscape shoe, pallet forks or both.

Culverts, Pipes and Tanks

Curl the tines around these cylindrical objects and draw into contact with the faceplate for secure handling. Use with landscape shoe, pallet forks or both.

Hay Bales

Whether round or square, curve the tines against the opposite side of the bale, clasping the bale while drawing it in close to the faceplate. Use with landscape shoe, pallet forks or both.

Irregular & Bulky Objects

Depending on the object, curve the tines over the top of the object or use the ends of the tines to insert into cavities for lifting. Draw object into contact with faceplate if possible. Use with landscape shoe, pallet forks or both.

Brush, Branches and Limbs

Having the extra reach and square-like dimension allows for grasping and securing larger loads than just about any other skid steer grapple in the market. Use with brush rake.

Pallets/banded material

Using Quik Pik as a forklift curve the tines against the backside or on top of the load to increase handling control. Use with pallet forks.

Manure/wood chips

Having the extra five feet or so of reach changes the Quik Pik geometry. This feature allows the Quik Pik to handle approx twice the volume of conventional grapples. Use with brush rake.

Debris, stumps, emergency services

Take advantage of Quik Pik’s unique geometry to handle large piles of debris, large stumps and other bulky waste. Use the fingers to scratch and pull items out of ditches, culverts, and storm debris piles. Use with landscape shoe.

Nursery Boxes

Remove the center tine and clasp the fingers against the back of the nursery box. Draw the nursery box into contact with the landscape shoe. Use with landscape shoe.