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    120R Pallet Forks

    I'm the proud new owner of a 2018 1025r with the 120r loader. I would like to get pallet forks but all the specs show H120 and D120 compatibility. If the forks are compatible with the H120 and D120 does that mean they are compatible with the 120r?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErnieJackson1025 View Post
    I'm the proud new owner of a 2018 1025r with the 120r loader. I would like to get pallet forks but all the specs show H120 and D120 compatibility. If the forks are compatible with the H120 and D120 does that mean they are compatible with the 120r?
    Yes, the 120R uses the same mounting system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErnieJackson1025 View Post
    I'm the proud new owner of a 2018 1025r with the 120r loader. I would like to get pallet forks but all the specs show H120 and D120 compatibility. If the forks are compatible with the H120 and D120 does that mean they are compatible with the 120r?
    Every pound of attachment weight is 1 pound of lift capacity you don't have for your load. If the forks are 100 pounds heavier, you can move around 100 pounds less.

    Here's what I bought: Artillian John Deere QA Pallet Fork Sets

    My Artillian forks are probably my most often used attachment and were well worth the money.
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    I have forks from HLA, and they work awesome for my needs, whatever the weight is. Same price as Titans, which as way less than Artillian.
    But to each his own. Search on here and you will see that people have had many brands of forks for their 120 loaders.
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    120R Pallet Forks

    I have the 120R also and just got a set of Artillian Forks and the front hoe bucket. I am extremely happy with them. I only wish I got them sooner but was going back and forth due to the cost. I just posted some pics of what I accomplished today with the front hoe in the implements section.

    Bottom line I went with Artillian for the adaptability and ability to add on the front hoe and later I will get their grapple also. The quality is worth it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedge522 View Post
    I have the 120R also and just got a set of Artillian Forks and the front hoe bucket. I am extremely happy with them. I only wish I got them sooner but was going back and forth due to the cost. I just posted some pics of what I accomplished today with the front hoe in the implements section.

    Bottom line I went with Artillian for the adaptability and ability to add on the front hoe and later I will get their grapple also. The quality is worth it


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    Dang, i wish i would of gotten the receiver hitch mount in my Artillians.
    Still love them though and the fact that i can easily carry the pieces if need be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedge522 View Post
    I have the 120R also and just got a set of Artillian Forks and the front hoe bucket. I am extremely happy with them. I only wish I got them sooner but was going back and forth due to the cost. I just posted some pics of what I accomplished today with the front hoe in the implements section.

    Bottom line I went with Artillian for the adaptability and ability to add on the front hoe and later I will get their grapple also. The quality is worth it.
    If you think the forks are handy, just wait till you get the grapple!

    My grapple gets more use than the forks and the bucket combined!
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