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    Gold Member dieselram's Avatar
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    Default 42" Frontier forks

    I was just quoted $770 for the Frontier forks (42") not including tax, can I do better?
    '07 John Deere 3120 TLB, 300cx, 447 hoe, 60" 7-Iron mid mower, JD 513 brush hog, JD forks, Fimco 3pt sprayer with booms

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    I paid $700 3 months ago or so. But I'm sure steel prices are going up up up.
    Putt Putt Green
    JD3520 : canopy, loader with toothbar, hoe, boxblade, 2-14 plow, tiller, and pallet forks.

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks



    I would imagine they could do better.

    WORKSITE PRO 42 IN. RAIL PALLET FORK

    (For 313-332 SS, 240-280 SS, CT322-CT332 CTL, 110 TLB, & 300CX, 400X/400CX, 522, 542/542SL Loaders)
    0252KV $797.00

    WORKSITE PRO 48 IN. RAIL PALLET FORK

    (For 313-332 SS, 240-280 SS, CT322-CT332 CTL, 110 TLB, & 300CX, 400X/400CX, 522, 542/542SL Loaders)
    0253KV $819.00
    Nuru
    JD 3520


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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    I've never seen the Frontier forks but, I'd guess that they're not as heavy duty as the Worksite Pro forks.

    As Nuru pointed out the Pro forks are in the price range you were quoted -- so, there should be some "haggle room" on the Frontier units; IMO.

    AKfish

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    Gold Member dieselram's Avatar
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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    Would anyone sell me some?
    '07 John Deere 3120 TLB, 300cx, 447 hoe, 60" 7-Iron mid mower, JD 513 brush hog, JD forks, Fimco 3pt sprayer with booms

    '04 John Deere X595 62" deck, 54" hydraulic plow, 3 point hitch

    '14 Polaris Ranger 900XP Titanium Matte

    '13 Ram 2500 4x4 Outdoorsman crew cab Cummins diesel 6-speed stick

    '08 Harley Davidson Night Train

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    Got the frontier pallet forks when got the tractor. Absolutely love them and they fit and do not have to worry about if they will stand up to the rated use of the tractor. So for me this time it was worth it.
    JD 4720, 7' back blade, forks, FEL, 6 wheeler (yeeha!)

    If you are not having fun, it is time to change the rules.

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    I'm being quoted $700 NIB.
    2008 JD 3520 OS, 300CX, 485 BH, Forks, HD Bucket, Landpride FDR2584, Frontier BB2072

    1986 JD 650; Buhler 60" Tiller; Agri-Farm 48" Rough Cutter;

    1978 JD140 with 42" deck meticulously rebuilt by my father and passed down to me. RIP

    4 acres of grass and 6 acres of constant prairie restoration.

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    I paid $700 after haggling recently for the Frontier forks. The dealer told me they cost them about $630. They were "marked down" to $790 on the tag already.

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    No dealers around me have them in stock so they will ding me freight.
    '07 John Deere 3120 TLB, 300cx, 447 hoe, 60" 7-Iron mid mower, JD 513 brush hog, JD forks, Fimco 3pt sprayer with booms

    '04 John Deere X595 62" deck, 54" hydraulic plow, 3 point hitch

    '14 Polaris Ranger 900XP Titanium Matte

    '13 Ram 2500 4x4 Outdoorsman crew cab Cummins diesel 6-speed stick

    '08 Harley Davidson Night Train

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    Default Re: 42" Frontier forks

    Quote Originally Posted by dieselram
    No dealers around me have them in stock so they will ding me freight.

    That makes little sense. They would have to pay frieght to get it to them either way........

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