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    Default arrow brand pallet forks

    Anyone use them, recommend or not? They are overkill for my FEL but I always like overkill...

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    JD 3520, 300CX, 448

    Default Re: arrow brand pallet forks

    Assuming your talking about the micromax (900 Lb capacity).

    They're about the lightest you'll find at 130 Lbs. I don't have their frame but did buy that set of forks from them for the pallet forks I built. They seem well made and very strong for the weight (25Lbs ea). I've stalled the curl on my 210 loader with one fork taking the load and it didn't seem to care.

    They also have a 36" fork for this frame that's a few pounds lighter just to give you options.
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    Default Re: arrow brand pallet forks

    actually it is the 5000 or the 5100 series, they are compelte overkill but they woul always be good for whatever machine I am attaching them to in the future. The have about a 5000 lb rating even though it is 2X what the loader is capable of.

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    Default Re: arrow brand pallet forks

    I'm looking at the same thing. I talked to the mfg in KC. Think I'm going to order one that also comes with the hay spike next month. Cost is about 1500 but it looks like a quality set of forks and hay spike. I've got a pins, and they don't have the specs for my Challenger fel, so they offered to let me bring them my bucket so they can get the measurements and angles right.

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    Woodland Park,Co
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    B2410

    Default Re: arrow brand pallet forks

    Do you have a phone # for the mfr in KC???

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    Default Re: arrow brand pallet forks

    Call LaNeece @ 800-821-3796 x 251.

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