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    My "larger" fork tine rollers have been ordered!

    Chris, Thanks for making a set of rollers for up Larger fork guys.

    Seriously, my wife bought them for me for Christmas. I will post pictures when they show up if she lets me see them.

    Maybe I can get a video of them rolling around the barn...

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    Anyone else order?



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    My "larger" fork tines have been ordered!

    Just checking on shipping.

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    I have the big artillian tines, i just dont see why I need the short ones...........someone convince me and I will buy them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddM View Post
    I have the big artillian tines, i just dont see why I need the short ones...........someone convince me and I will buy them!
    Todd, are you referring to the landscaping fork tines? Those are my favorite. I use them as much as the long ones. But loader forks for me are just as much of a landscaping tool as a pallet moving tool. For groundworking purposes, the short ones are phenomenal. You can pry up roots, boulders, small stumps, concrete slabs, etc. They can be used to turn up soil. They will go down almost 2' deep if needed, like having two big powerful shovels at your fingertips. They make a great carryall too since they aren't so long sticking out in front of the tractor. You can actually maneuver around in tighter areas with them on vs the long forks. I also use them a lot for loading/unloading things off of the back of the truck. And of course, it's probably common knowledge by now that they are perfect for building stone walls.

    I don't want to "convince" anyone, that they need them. If none of these scenarios sound like anything you would encounter, then please DO NOT buy them. I don't want anybody being dissatisfied!!
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    Sorry I was not clear. My head was going in twenty different directions thinking about being able to roll my forks around.

    These are what I ordered for my horst forks. I think these are made for the non artillian forks.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Chris, Thanks for making a set of rollers for up Larger fork guys.

    Seriously, my wife bought them for me for Christmas. I will post pictures when they show up if she lets me see them.

    Maybe I can get a video of them rolling around the barn...

    Fork Frame Bells & Whistles

    Anyone else order?
    Bought a set for my wife for Christmas, she just had to have them. Just say in!
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