Artillian Fork Poll

View Poll Results: Which forks do you have?

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  • 42" Standard Tines

    23 65.71%
  • 36" Standard Tines

    1 2.86%
  • 24" Standard Tines

    9 25.71%
  • 42" Cascade Tines

    10 28.57%
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    I have the standard 42" versions. I wish Cascades came in 3" wide instead of the 4". I have some other 42" x 4" forks and they are huge in comparison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I have the standard 42" versions. I wish Cascades came in 3" wide instead of the 4". I have some other 42" x 4" forks and they are huge in comparison.
    I got the Cascade 42"x3" forks when they were available. Had fit issues. No such issues with the 24" standards. Over all, I'm super happy with both.
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    42" x 4"
    24" x 3"
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    I got the 42" standard and the 24" standard and the brush guard/back rest - a must have safety item for me. The brush guard keeps bulky loads from falling back onto you or onto the hood of the tractor
    and lets you handle more brush etc. safely.
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    Standard 42s. But I want a set of 24s

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    Quote Originally Posted by trohrer View Post
    Standard 42s. But I want a set of 24s

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    Same here

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    I have the standard 42" forks and find them to be useful in almost all of the things I need them for. Much of what I do entails the lifting of pallets, and these are excellent for all-around use like that. The longer length makes it easier to see the tips and navigate them along the ground, especially when lifting a pallet from the lawn.

    I also find that they are super useful for cleanup in the spring time of brush and such from around the yard. I raise the loader to about 24" or so in height, tilt the tips up a little, and lay branches and such across them as I work around the yard.
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    2011 JD 2520 with 200cx loader, 61" materials bucket, and Artillian JDQA Pallet Forks (42" forks). 62D MMM, ballast box, turfs, and loaded rears.

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