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    Artillian plow question

    Does anyone know if you need the actual fork frame with forks or if you can just buy the heavy duty frame without and have the plow setup?

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    The plow adapter will work on any of his frames.
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    You can buy the frame only.

    There are two. One is $599 and the HD is $659 plus shipping.

    They are listed on the website.
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    I just bought the complete setup for the 54" plow. I personally think you would be making a big mistake not buying the forks along with the frame. There is a discount when you buy the setup and you are also reducing shipping cost vs. buying them later on. You will want them. The forks are far more useful than the bucket for everything except for dirt, sand, gravel and small rocks. I have already used them a lot. Best attachment purchase so far.

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    IMO, Buy the tines also.
    You will be able to move the plow around later with them. Not to mention the FEL bucket cause it won't be on the tractor.
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    Yep.
    You are going this far, buy the tines.
    Forks are a super valuable tool to have. Worth the investment.
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    I saw the frame for 339 on the site??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgendeere87 View Post
    I saw the frame for 339 on the site??
    The only item on his entire site that is $339 is a set of the 42" long, 4" fork tines (i.e. bare forks with no frame).
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    Go on the site and click on jdqa expansion frames. Ins on the left a bit down from the top. They're just the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgendeere87 View Post
    Go on the site and click on jdqa expansion frames. Ins on the left a bit down from the top. They're just the frame.

    That's a base frame. It isn't pallet fork frame so no, that won't work. The base frame is meant for situations where, for example, you have a loader bucket with a skidsteer QuickAttach. You can weld the JDQA base frame on and make it compatible with a JDQA loader. Or you could use it as a base to build your own attachment.

    You need a pallet fork frame.
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