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    Default Pallet Forks

    Pallet Forks! Never woulda thought these things would be so useful. These have probably gotten more use than anything else when it comes to using the tractor. We got an Awesome deal on a set of 42″ pallet forks with hay spear option at palletforks.com. We called them told them what we wanted and in less than a week we had our pallet forks with hay spear option. They are an advertiser here on tractorbynet. Every time we turn around we use them and come up with new ideas and ways to use them. So easy to keep our JUNK....UM...treasures, equipment, materials, etc. so organized now.
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    Default Re: Pallet Forks

    nice and handy looking addition to your 4025

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    Default Re: Pallet Forks

    Thanx. I am amazed at how useful they are. Those pics aint even half of what I used them for so far.
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    Awesome pictures! Glad you are enjoying them.

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    Default Re: Pallet Forks

    Thanx. Lookin forward to using them again this weekend.
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    Default Re: Pallet Forks

    I'm digging a clay bank out and when it gets hard, I take one fork off and use the other to brake up the bank. Makes for easy digging. They can sure bush a lot of brush, but should have a good grill guard before doing that.

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    Default Re: Pallet Forks

    Interesting idea. I would think subsoiler or teeth on box blade for the job, but now another option. As far as my grill goes I keep forgetting to add the expanded metal every time I have the welder out.
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    They are indeed handy.

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    Oh the bank I'm digging out is about 6 to 7' high.

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    Pallet forks are very handy, I just finished painting a custom set that I ordered. Cant wait to try them out!
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