HD Clamp on Pallet Forks 4000lbs capacity Loader Bucket Skidsteer Tractor chain
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|Brand Name||Titan Attachments|
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The Titan clamp-on pallet forks feature a simple design which slides over the cutting edge of your bucket and clamps down, locking the unit in place. This versatile piece of equipment allows you to easily transport fence posts, lumber, pallets, and logs around.
- Capacity: 4,000 lbs
- Roll back protection slots
- Chain holes for heavy lifting
- Heavy duty, thick rectangular tube walls
- Weight: 49 lbs each
- Total Length: 60"
- Fork Length: 43"
- Fork Width: 4"
- Fork Height: 2"
- Bucket lip gap: 2" w/o puck and 1 1/2" with puck
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Although these are designed to have a chain between them to keep the forks straight relative to each other, and I made the chains, they don't seem necessary.
I would certainly recommend these forks to anyone needing to lift pallets or other items that fit on them. I have used them to carry up to about 1200 pounds (logs, pallets, tables, steel, etc.) with no trouble.
Note that the stock photo of the forks is incorrect. Take a look at the photos of the forks in actual use. The yellow painted part of the forks is tapered the opposite direction. I would have preferred that they were tapered like in the photo to help avoid stabbing product on the pallet (with the pointed part LOWER instead of higher).
They were better and stronger as anticipated, and equally as heavy as hoped/anticipated, you can easily carry and install one at a time, but forget about carrying both without assistance. I didn't realize until I got them that they have an insert for 2×4 risers as well as chain connectors so if you want you can add a chain around your bucket for additional support (chain not included, but also not advertised so that's a bonus). I read some reviews about them slipping off and bending the bucket, I'm sure I'd have a problem with those if I were stupid, but I had no issues with my intended use. My use was not to carry heavy pallets but move lumber and large items around my ranch that might not otherwise fit in my bucket, which it worked fantastic for. I drove up to a stack of about 40-50+- 8' 2×4's laying on the ground, and with the help of the pointed tip I slid them right on, tilted the bucket back, and drove off, then lifted them over a fence & tilted the forks forward and dropped them with precision. Then I stabbed an old broken heavy treadmill, lifted it up and carried it to the trailer to be hauled off (so glad to finally get rid of that). Then I parked it and unhooked them in less than a minute! These might be one of my most used tractor attachments. And the price compared with other options was a huge bonus at only around $100 bucks! Oh and shipping was super fast, as advertised.
My one and only problem, which isn't a problem with the forks, and having used fork lifts, is it's much more difficult to see where the forks are on a tractor bucket. I need to put a camera on the bucket to see where the forks are sliding into the slots.