the tree service job i am finishing up is posing a small problem. originally i planned on loading all the wood by hand into my Kodiak so i cut it all into 2 and 3 foot chunks. now that i have a ctl coming to do the work i need to decide what to use to load it. i could use a normal dirt bucket but this would be slow and load only a few pieces at a time, then i thought of using a snow bucket but i dont think thats a bright idea. i think i may buy one of these http://cgi.ebay.com/60-Grapple-root...4907074QQihZ006QQcategoryZ50908QQcmdZViewItem but i dont think it will be able to hold alot because the tines dont extend under it very much to "carry" the chunks as opposed to holding them in with pressure. the one i want and think would work best is this http://cgi.ebay.com/72-Industrial-H...4961457QQihZ006QQcategoryZ50908QQcmdZViewItem but its kinda a lot to pay for a grapple. i also have a bunch of 20' long 3' around logs that i cut once i knew i would be using a machine. from those that have done this kind of work before what would you recommend i use? what will load the small chunks the fastest and also move the big logs?