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    Silver Member JD2210MAN's Avatar
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    Default Pallet Forks for a 210 or 410 loader - John Deere

    Has anyone out there purchased the actual Deere Pallet Fork attachment for the <font color="green">210</font> or <font color="green">410</font> loader? I have a 2210 and wonder how much a good price would be. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
    I think the same units works on the 2210, 4010, 4015, 4110, 4115 and maybe more.

    I have seen the Bucket Forks on the market but they are made of tubular steel (with a little wedge on the end) and I would think the Deere are tapered. That would be better for picking up items... better than sticking a large piece of tublar steel under the item in a tight space. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Pallet Forks for a 210 or 410 loader - John Deere

    I paid 900 bucks for mine..OEM pallet forks..OEM=Original Eqipment Manufacturer..

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    JD 4300

    Default Re: Pallet Forks for a 210 or 410 loader - John Deere

    Most forks you buy will be tapered so they can slide up into the pallet.

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