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    2in Receiver Hitch Adapter

    The 2in Receiver Hitch Adapter is now up on the Artillian website. They are still being made, but for those who have been asking about them, it won't be much longer!

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    Ill be getting one, I cant wait to make a "Boom" for it for lifting over a truck bed side with a chain
    maybe a 2 inch square tubing with a clevis on the end. This new adaptor will be the hot ticket!

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    New tractor guy here. Great looking product! Now for the embarrassing part, what can I do with it? I got the obvious trailer hitch applications, but are there other pieces that fit this that I am unaware of ?

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    Chris, I am assuming that this will only fit the Artillian fork frame. Am I correct in that? When I bought my used 990 it had the JD PF. So of course I would love it if it would fit that as well but my guess on that is that it wont.
    Rob

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    JD 300CX FEL
    JD 8B BH
    JD PF
    Artillian PF with 2" reciever hitch adapter
    JD BB
    SpeeCo 3PH Wood Splitter
    Also an independent SplitFire Wood splitter

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    This is great! I just ordered one from your site and look forward to getting it next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFeelgood
    New tractor guy here. Great looking product! Now for the embarrassing part, what can I do with it? I got the obvious trailer hitch applications, but are there other pieces that fit this that I am unaware of ?
    Hi Dr,

    The most common use would be as a trailer mover or for a hay bale spear, but 2in receiver hitches are used for all sorts of creative applications these days. Here are a few. Mouse over the images below for a description if they aren't obvious. Thanks for asking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robpm
    Chris, I am assuming that this will only fit the Artillian fork frame. Am I correct in that? When I bought my used 990 it had the JD PF. So of course I would love it if it would fit that as well but my guess on that is that it wont.
    Hi Rob,

    This attachment will "fit" any pallet fork frame with an ITA Class II configuration (16" top to bottom), to which the vast majority of fixed pallet forks frames conform.

    However, the catch here is that the ends have to be open. If your frame has a built in backrest welded onto the ends of the rails, this adapter won't be able to get onto your frame. For best integrity and cost effectiveness, these adapters are made to slide on from the side.

    This is one of the reasons why the Artillian backrest attaches on the back of the frame instead of mounting on the ends like many frames; so the fork frame can be used for a wide variety of tasks instead of just being pallet forks, which has been the goal since day one.

    There is a dim light at the end of the tunnel, though. As larger implements are developed for the Artillian frame, they won't be able to slide on from the side. Those are going to have to clip on. This clip on approach can be applied to these smaller add-ons for other brands of fork frames, albeit more costly. But with all of the other projects waiting to be developed, it will also be some time for this, unfortunately.

    Without meaning to be solicitous, perhaps you might consider selling your existing set and coming over to the dark side.
    Tractor Attachments Maximized for Versatility
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    Quote Originally Posted by dschuffert View Post
    This is great! I just ordered one from your site and look forward to getting it next week.
    Thanks DSC,

    Hopefully it won't be long. It's all up to the coater's schedule now, which can vary.

    Here is one before finishing. These things are a beast but only weigh about 38lbs (17kg). The best part is that you can CLEARLY SEE what you are trying to hook up to (such as when being used as a trailer mover).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ensoll View Post
    Hi Rob,

    This attachment will "fit" any pallet fork frame with an ITA Class II configuration (16" top to bottom), to which the vast majority of fixed pallet forks frames conform.

    However, the catch here is that the ends have to be open. If your frame has a built in backrest welded onto the ends of the rails, this adapter won't be able to get onto your frame. For best integrity and cost effectiveness, these adapters are made to slide on from the side.

    This is one of the reasons why the Artillian backrest attaches on the back of the frame instead of mounting on the ends like many frames; so the fork frame can be used for a wide variety of tasks instead of just being pallet forks, which has been the goal since day one.

    There is a dim light at the end of the tunnel, though. As larger implements are developed for the Artillian frame, they won't be able to slide on from the side. Those are going to have to clip on. This clip on approach can be applied to these smaller add-ons for other brands of fork frames, albeit more costly. But with all of the other projects waiting to be developed, it will also be some time for this, unfortunately.

    Without meaning to be solicitous, perhaps you might consider selling your existing set and coming over to the dark side.
    Chris, thanks for the info. I will check them tomorrow just to verify. I do think that there are stops on it but I don't remember that it was because of the backrest being welded there. But I will check and let you know.

    Rob
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    JD 300CX FEL
    JD 8B BH
    JD PF
    Artillian PF with 2" reciever hitch adapter
    JD BB
    SpeeCo 3PH Wood Splitter
    Also an independent SplitFire Wood splitter

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    Awesome work Chris! I could use something like that more than once or twice! Any plans to expand to the larger equipment (4 & 5 series) and/or SSQA? Probably isn't the market for it, but I can tell you that I would definitely own one if I had a smaller tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by DrFeelgood View Post
    New tractor guy here. Great looking product! Now for the embarrassing part, what can I do with it? I got the obvious trailer hitch applications, but are there other pieces that fit this that I am unaware of ?
    I suggest you check out Chris' website:
    Artillian Tractor Attachments

    What he's selling is pallet forks on steroids. There's a whole lot of stuff you can do besides 'fork'.
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