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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    Where di buy buy the forks?

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    Quote Originally Posted by rmroper View Post
    Where di buy buy the forks?
    I didn't see your question yesterday. I bought them at USA Forks Light Duty Pallet Forks | Bucket Forks, Tractor Forks and Pallet Forks for Tractor Buckets and Skid Steer Buckets by USA Forks
    Got them today but haven't done anything with them yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radrock View Post
    I didn't see your question yesterday. I bought them at USA Forks Light Duty Pallet Forks | Bucket Forks, Tractor Forks and Pallet Forks for Tractor Buckets and Skid Steer Buckets by USA Forks
    Got them today but haven't done anything with them yet.
    Yeah I saw that web site too. Thank you... I liked the clamp system better on these others and it looked a little heavier.

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    I just ordered these: Amazon.com: Clamp on Pallet Forks for Loader Tractor or Skid Steer (COF): Home Improvement

    So I'll have to wait a while to test them, but the reviews all look good and the price was great. 4000 lb capacity, $189 with free shipping.

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    I made myself a set and use them all the time! http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/b...forks-ftw.html

    Right now, they are clamp on, but someday whenever I make myself a front QA, I'll modify them to work with the QA. This should allow for increased lifting capacity.

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    I bought a nice set couple years ago and I really like them...
    Lots less expensive than other options...
    You can move a lot of brush with the 2x4 standards in the back of the fork...
    Best addition to my FEL since my FEL...

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    Quote Originally Posted by AaronS View Post
    I just ordered these: Amazon.com: Clamp on Pallet Forks for Loader Tractor or Skid Steer (COF): Home Improvement

    So I'll have to wait a while to test them, but the reviews all look good and the price was great. 4000 lb capacity, $189 with free shipping.
    That is the set I purchased a couple years ago...
    Excellent product...
    You will be very well pleased with them...
    One thing I did do was cut two shims to go in between the hold down screws...
    These were cut on my metal cutting bandsaw...
    I think that they are 2x2x3/8...
    I keep them with the forks...

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    Well perhaps I Paid to much fo mine. It came with a stabilizer bar though. The sent the wrong one and I emailed them. They were real nice and said they shipped the correct one this afternoon. I used them today. I didn't get too carried away. I picked up four 1 foot in diameter logs that were about 7 feet long. No problem there so that alone makes it worth it.
    George

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    Default Re: Are you Happy with your Clamp on Pallet Forks?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmc View Post
    If you don't mind drilling four holes in the bottom of your bucket, you can easily make a pair of forks that bolt to the bottom of the bucket fairly quickly. Two holes per fork. No lateral stability problem. On or off in a couple of minutes. My set only stuck out about 18 inches but was handy for stacks of railroad ties or sheets of plywood on edge, leaned against the bucket face.
    I should add that if you make your own bolt-on forks, make sure the hole pattern is identical on both forks. Otherwise, you'll end up with left and right forks to deal with. Don't ask.

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