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  1. #11
    Veteran Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    Posts
    1,657
    Location
    Southern VT, Southern ME
    Tractor
    John Deere 4100 HST /410 FEL, R4s

    Default Re: Last toothbar question? . . . nah

    From ABC Groffs Industrial & Commercial/ Forks



    Model/Capacity lbs./Fork Dimensions/Weight Pair/Price

    1000 1000 2" x 3" x 32" 90 lbs. $397
    2000 2000 2" x 3" x 36" 110 lbs. $425
    3000 3000 2" x 4" x 42" 160 lbs. $625
    4000 4000 2" x 4" x 42" 170 lbs. $735
    6000 6000 3" x 5" x 49" 275 lbs. $997

    DFB

  2. #12

    Join Date
    Jan 2001
    Posts
    2,518
    Location
    Capital District, Upstate New York
    Tractor
    Satoh S650G, MF135, MF165, JD5205

    Default Re: Last toothbar question? . . . nah

    Are yours the same style like "clamp-on" or chain?

  3. #13

    Join Date
    Jan 2001
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    2,518
    Location
    Capital District, Upstate New York
    Tractor
    Satoh S650G, MF135, MF165, JD5205

    Default Re: Last toothbar question? . . . nah

    These forks were ~ $350. @ the NY Farm Show...{at bottom with chains}

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  4. #14

    Join Date
    Dec 2001
    Posts
    480
    Location
    Iowa
    Tractor
    JD4310 eHydro with bells and whistles

    Default Re: Last toothbar question? . . . nah

    Great information, DFB! Thanks. You've given me even more to think about in that I want to use the forks to move piles of limbs and brush, but also to move some Cedar and oak logs on the property. The idea of one of those going over the back of the bucket hadn't occured to me -- you guys teach me things every day!

    Bill

  5. #15

    Join Date
    Apr 2000
    Posts
    98
    Location
    Atkinson NH
    Tractor
    Kubota B2910

    Default Re: Last toothbar question? . . . nah

    Yep, those are the ones I have. My dealer only stocked the 36" ones which I got for $400 so I actually did a bit better than mail order.

    I may unflatten the pipe tighteners at one end so they can be removed and weld on some big nuts at the top so I can use an impact wrench to install/remove them. Takes too long hand cranking them because the pipe hits the side of the bucket and I have to slide it back every half turn.

    Timd

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