GF-184-3D Grab Forks

  • GF-184-3D

The new patented GF-184-3D Cat Claw is a new generation grab fork with 2 PIVOT POINTS designed to fit our heavy duty high capacity, Custom Contour and Freedom Mount buckets.

Cat Claw

Product Details

It Really Bites!

The new patented GF-184-3D Cat Claw is a new generation grab fork designed with compound capabilities, multiple movements, and triple actions. The massive V-shaped curved teeth have a distinctive tapered design and built-in bracing to handle increased side pressures to resist twisting. It crushes, it pulls, it fills and handles many unforgiving, hard to handle loads with ease.

Note:This grapple fits the Heavy Duty High Capacity, Custom Contour and Freedom Mount buckets. It can be adapted to a bucket that has a solid tube top rail. Grapple bolts to top rail with U-Bolts.

The Westendorf Advantage:

  • Three Dimensional action increases load capacity 200% and cuts handling time in half!
  • Dual hydraulic cylinders operate in unison off one hydrualic lever.
  • Two pivot points on this 3-Dimensional grab fork allow the user to reach out past the bucket's front edge & over material to pull it back into the bucket.
  • V-Shaped curved teeth with built-in bracing handle increased side pressures and resist twisting. Bolt-on replaceable design.
  • Teeth open wide and sit back behind the front edge of the bucket so you can get up against a wall and the teeth won't interfere.
  • Built-in stand for easy mount and dismount.


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Customer Testimonials

I ordered the Freedom Mount loader with the New Cat Claw grapple. I use it mostly hauling hay and stock bales – haven’t moved a lot of brush yet, but it worked well on a couple cedar trees I removed from the fence line.   The Cat Claw is excellent, and I can even dismount my loader without having to remove the grapple. It works great for large round bales; I even pick up two stock bales at one time and take them to the cattle yard saving myself multiple trips.

Dave and Karla McGrain, Castana, IA