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    Why I love my Artillian 42" forks

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    Ditto - I used my forks yesterday to pick up a stack of grape vine cuttings. . . . Easy as pie!!
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    Nice.
    Can't wait for mine to be delivered end of the month.
    Beats loading brush half assed in the bucket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blue87fj60 View Post
    Nice.
    Can't wait for mine to be delivered end of the month.
    Beats loading brush half assed in the bucket.
    That's a big thing for me also. I'll have to get used to the concept of not cutting everything small enough to carry in the bucket - with the forks it will be just scoop and go!
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    And that is why I bought the 42" to begin with.

    I think Artillian could release a light weight 60" for this type of use which would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psrumors View Post

    I think Artillian could release a light weight 60" for this type of use which would be great.
    Or a much cheaper way,
    you could just make a set of fork extensions out of 'C' channel , taper the leading endge, weld a couple flat stock straps on the bottom to keep the channel on the forks and a chain to keep them on .
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    We have these at work. I never thought about home use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    We have these at work. I never thought about home use.
    I think the link I posted is for 4" wide tines, careful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    I think the link I posted is for 4" wide tines, careful.
    It is, but for brush use, I don't think it'd be an issue. Send me your credit card info and I'll find out.
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