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03-22-2012, 09:43 PM #1
- Join Date
- May 2011
- John Deere 3320
Artillian pallet forks backstop install
The long awaited backstop from Chris Perry is here. Pretty simple install. Chris not only supplies the self-tapping screws but the driver bit too. Follow his instructions and it will take you less time to install than it took to clean all of my wife's stuff off(and under) MY workbench. Chris mentions using at least a 6 amp drill, so I broke out the old DeWalt 8 amp, 6 lb, 850 rpm tool.
Hope the pictures are useful.Dave
JD 3320 E-Hydro, 300CX, Landpride RB3584 rear blade, Landpride SF2566 scarifier, W.R. Long toothbar, Timberwolf TW-P1 log splitter and big R4s loaded with Rimgard, Artillian 42" pallet forks.
04-21-2012, 09:30 PM #2
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- Dec 2011
This is my first post. I love TBN. After searching for everyone's advice, I bought the artillian forks with the backstop. The brackets to attach the backstop were already installed, so it went on in about 20 seconds. The whole setup is a bit pricey, but is obviously high quality. Plus, lightweight is a must with my 2305 and 200cx. Definitely happy with the purchase.
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