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    Receiver Mount on 3000lb Fork Frame but not 2000 lb

    Any reason for this, not enough beef in the 2000lb frame to handle the receiver? Would rather it be in the frame itself instead of buying and installing a second piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    Any reason for this, not enough beef in the 2000lb frame to handle the receiver? Would rather it be in the frame itself instead of buying and installing a second piece.
    We would if we could, but we can't. Not to do it right. There isn't enough real estate on the 2300Lb frames to build one in that we would consider safe for the user.

    The 3000Lb frames are almost as light and don't cost much more. Have you compared them? For anyone wanting a hitch receiver, it's a no-brainer!

    Thanks for the question
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    Its not strong enough for a loaded trailer or an empty one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    Its not strong enough for a loaded trailer or an empty one?
    I'm afraid I don't follow your question. It does not relate to my previous answer. Please read again.

    We have the 2300 Lb pallet fork frame, and the Receiver Adapter is a separate attachment.

    On the 3000 Lb pallet fork frame, it can be ordered with or without an integrated hitch receiver. If someone orders the frame without the integrated receiver, they can later get one of the above mentioned Receiver Adapters.

    Or, in the case of the 3000Lb frames, we're about to offer an add-on version that attaches to the fork frame permanently. This cannot be used on the 2300 Lb frame for the same reasons mentioned above.
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    The picts on the website the 2300 and 3000 frames appear to be the same, might just be the same image for each section?

    Can you take a side by side pict of the 2 and point out the differences? Or is it just gauge of metal used?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post
    The picts on the website the 2300 and 3000 frames appear to be the same, might just be the same image for each section?

    Can you take a side by side pict of the 2 and point out the differences? Or is it just gauge of metal used?
    The pictures are different. The website has the best information available.
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    Appears the lower horizontal tube is a larger size and the ladder frames on the outside are bigger at the bottom?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duwem View Post

    Appears the lower horizontal tube is a larger size and the ladder frames on the outside are bigger at the bottom?
    There are many differences between these products. We are not at liberty to discuss engineering and design specifics.

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    They are not!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deere Ol Man View Post
    proprietary!! We all know they are made out of metal,,,,,,,,,, I think,,,,,,, well maybe Or did you happen to get your hands on some of that flying saucer stuff from Roswell crash site they were keeping at area 51? So Chris, what are they made of?


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