Heavy Duty Pallet Forks
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COMBO: Heavy Duty Pallet Fork with Pallet Fork Stabilizer Bar

4.50 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$ 708.00

This is a great combo buy… our Heavy Duty Pallet Forks with an included Stabilizer bar for the Pallet Forks.

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Product Description

Specifications:

  • Part # US-13
  • 5,500 Lifting Capacity (Pair)
  • Total Weight: 190 lbs
  • Length: 72″
  • Width: 4″
  • Fork Height: 2.”
  • Height: 10.5″
  • Length of forks: 53″
  • 15.25″ Under Bucket

Stabilizer Bar Specs:

  • Total Weight: 25 lbs
  • Length: 20″
  • Width: 3.5″
  • Height: 4″

Features:

This is a great combo buy… our Heavy Duty Pallet Forks with an included Stabilizer bar for the Pallet Forks. A great combo for tractors, loaders and skid steers. Rated to easily lifts up to 5,500 lbs. You can slip in a standard 2×4 as a backstop with our HD Bucket Forks.

Lifts up to 5,500 lbs!
Working Length – 53″

Heavy Duty Tractor Forks: 
Our heavy duty tractor bucket forks for tractor and skid steer loader buckets have a lifting capacity of 5,500 lbs. Works with Tractor or Skidsteer loader buckets up to 65 HP. Loader bucket forks fit almost all machines.

4 reviews for COMBO: Heavy Duty Pallet Fork with Pallet Fork Stabilizer Bar

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Good price for both. Works on Kubota as advertised, but don’t see why it wouldn’t work on any bucket. Clamp is universal.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Shipping was quick and when I called because I thought there was an issue (which turned out was my own fault… sorry guys) they actually answer the phone when you call.

    I’ll be using these on my Kubota next week to move my in laws out of the house! Just kidding!!!!!!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

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    Like the c clamp design. Seems like it is the way to go. I left mine out in the rain by mistake and the clamp is fine, no problems there, but I probably shouldn’t be leaving my Case out in the rain either!

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I went ahead and decided to buy the stabilizer bar with the forks… not sure I would need it but it seemed like a good idea.

    I have a John Deere and these have worked out well. I think they might have even worked without the stabilizer, but I tend to like to over engineer things myself.

    For my use I take the pallet forks off probably twice a week so the clamp on are nice. I probably wouldn’t have to remove them if I planned my work schedule better, but not sure if this dog can learn new tricks!

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