Subcompact Tractor, 24" Forks
Subcompact Tractor, 36" Forks
Subcompact Tractor, 42" Forks
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Medium Frame Compact Tractor, 36" Forks
Medium Frame Compact Tractor, 42" Forks
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Larger Frame Compact Tractor, 36" Forks
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JD 2320, 200CX FEL/61" bucket , 46 BH/16" bucket, Artillian Forks, 72" Snow Blade, Landscape Rake, Ballast Box, PHD, The Wife
BX42 Chipper, XUV 560 Gator, Z915B ZTrak
I bought the 42" forks, expecting to use them for pallets that I will start collecting soon. In the meantime, I've been trying to use them for digging and transplanting some small trees and shrubs and find that my 1026R has a lack of power and weight for what I am trying to do. So I will be ordering a set of 24" tines in the near future. The 42's are great for moving logs and brush, but their length doesn't give me the leverage I need, or I've been trying to move too much.
In any case, I'm happy I bought them and just figure the shorter ones will expand their usefulness.
Just my 2 cents.
2011 1026R/R4's -- H120 FEL/49" -- 260 BH/12" -- Bro-Tek Ripper -- Artillian Forks/42" -- 244 lbs JD Rear Wheel Weights -- KBOH Hooks and Clevis' --
Block heater -- 180* T-stat -- Evans HP Waterless Coolant
I think this is the first poll I have ever responded to where I ended up in the highest percentage group. Does this make me normal?
2009 2520 200cx loader 46 Back Hoe 403 Rotary Cutter Artillian forks + 54" Snowblower
1995 455 w/60" deck
I have both the 42" and 24" and I like them equally. For carrying logs and brush ....42's hands down. For tearing up roots and stumps the 24's are perfect.For picking up my 60D for service work it is the 42's again. Depends on the application but if I had to chose one it would be the 42's.
2520; JD ballast box; BX42 Chipper; BB2060 box blade; 200CX FEL; iMatch; JD 54" blower; SS1067B spreader; Ken's Grab Hooks; JD front and rear worklight kit c/w Artillian Worklight horse blinders; Artillian Forks; Artillian Caster Carts; X-series seat and suspension with upgraded springs; Piranha toothbar
X740 ; 60D 7-iron deck with mulch kit; Brinley Aerator; De-thatcher; Ohio Steel 920 lb. Roller; JD 25 gallon sprayer; Brinley 17p cart; Custom hazard lights
I made a set of 48" forks for my 1025R
My 36"ers are just right.....I can lift pallets and dig too
of course...I do have the much more powerful 2520 series
.............hey!!!! who's been eatiing my porridge!.....sonofa biscuit
Last edited by rgd; 10-11-2013 at 12:55 AM.
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