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    Default Re: Clamp On Pallet Forks

    94bullitt I think your first step before forks is to get that missing front tire replaced. Who is that being used as a counter weight for the missing wheel?

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    Default Re: Clamp On Pallet Forks

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    Who is that being used as a counter weight for the missing wheel?
    That's my baby sister.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gale Hawkins
    94bullitt I think your first step before forks is to get that missing front tire replaced. Who is that being used as a counter weight for the missing wheel?
    I love that picture!

    BTW, I was just curious about the "oil field pipe", otherwise you're preaching to the choir!

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    Default Re: Clamp On Pallet Forks

    I think the oil field pipe deal took off because it was just a low cost source of steel for chain on forks that works well.

    The weak link I learned when testing max lifting ability with our full size JD 310B backhoe was the cheap chains. They can act as a fuseable link.

    If someone will buy me a backhoe with a quick attach set up they can have my chain on's.

    In the mean time they are my only fork options.

    I had a pile of brush at church that needed moving at church where a lot of low branches on a creek bank was cut off but the BH was down there from the ditching job but not the forks so I used the GC Manufacturing Thumb that worked great.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-x32-Mechan...item5ad4449c5f

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