Loquat trees: grafting?


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I have two 5-6 year old loquat trees that were planted by the last tenant. They are lovely and I have been anxiously awaiting to taste the first loquats! Until I found out I live on the cusp of zone 7b/ 8a... And loquats in my city experience a winter mild enough to fruit in January about once every ten years.

Poo.

So now I have two pretty large tropical trees taking up valuable solar real estate for my fruit and vegetable garden. I was wondering if it's too late to attempt to graft another fruit on to the loquats, like pears or quince? I'm a beginner gardener and know nothing about grafting, but would like a fruit yield of some kind.
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