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    Titan Pallet Forks installed on 3025E

    I was able to find time to take the Titan Pallet forks "off the pallet" this weekend. I found the fit was excellent, and the forks work well for my purposes. They are heavy, which is a strong selling point in favor of the Artillian pallet forks. However, for those with limited use (I will be leaving the bucket on most of the time), the Titans are a solid value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 356 View Post
    I was able to find time to take the Titan Pallet forks "off the pallet" this weekend. I found the fit was excellent, and the forks work well for my purposes. They are heavy, which is a strong selling point in favor of the Artillian pallet forks. However, for those with limited use (I will be leaving the bucket on most of the time), the Titans are a solid value.
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    Looks good. How long are those?? I have the 42" with backrest and I am happy with them. I have never used my bucket, used forks several times and the grapple. Good Luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
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    I don't know, I can honestly say that I use my bucket more, but the forks are handy when I need them.
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    Congrats, they look good.. You'll find more uses for them than you can think of right now, trust me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifterbike View Post
    Looks good. How long are those?? I have the 42" with backrest and I am happy with them. . .
    These are the 42" as well. I was going to get the 36" but changed my mind after reading several posts on GTT recommending the 42" versions.
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    JD 3025E | D160 loader | JD 413 Rotary Cutter | Behlen 7' grader blade | JD cultivator | Farm King PHD w/12" auger | Titan Ballast Box | 61" Pirhana bar | JD Sod Buster | Titan Pallet Fork w/receiver | Edge Tamers with Extensions | 5' King Kutter Rotary Tiller
    JD Z-Trac 335E with hitch and bumper kit | JD 8 cu ft cart
    JD D-100 Lawn Tractor w 42" deck | 10 cu ft HF cart
    1948 Ford 8N l 6' tooth harrow l Kawasaki Mule XC-SE
    Weather KMOLAWSO17 It's always sunny...unless it is not

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