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    Will Santa bring my Artillian forks?

    Pulled the trigger on a new set of Artillian forks today!

    Went with the 3k lb receiver hitch frame and 2.5k lb 42”x4” tines.

    And the new backrest too...

    Hopefully the tractor will arrive before the forks
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    Congratulations on both! If you know the delivery date of the tractor, you might try asking to delay the ship date of the forks, if it's necessary. It might be easier, and more fun, to unload the forks using your shiny new machine.

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    You're going to love those forks!! Like so many others, my forks are on more than my bucket. My stepson was out in the garage with me over the weekend and saw the forks - he was pretty amazed that I had something like that on my tractor!

    You probably mentioned this in some other thread, but - what kind of tractor are you getting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Range View Post
    Congratulations on both! If you know the delivery date of the tractor, you might try asking to delay the ship date of the forks, if it's necessary. It might be easier, and more fun, to unload the forks using your shiny new machine.
    I'm not sure they will need unloading. The UPS man just laid mine on the porch (or whoever it was that brought them). :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    You probably mentioned this in some other thread, but - what kind of tractor are you getting?
    2038R with 220R fel and 270B bh. No mmm

    In addition to the forks, I ordered a HeavyHitch duel suitcase weight bracket... it’s already been shipped
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    Tremendous attachment! I know you are going to use the heck out of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilverFox View Post
    2038R with 220R fel and 270B bh. No mmm

    In addition to the forks, I ordered a HeavyHitch duel suitcase weight bracket... it’s already been shipped
    Be careful!! Driving around on a rig that nice is going to make you a chick magnet!! But don't worry - you'll get used to it. I did.



    You are going to enjoy the heck out of that setup!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark02tj View Post
    Be careful!! Driving around on a rig that nice is going to make you a chick magnet!! But don't worry - you'll get used to it. I did.
    Well said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSilverFox View Post
    2038R with 220R fel and 270B bh. No mmm

    In addition to the forks, I ordered a HeavyHitch duel suitcase weight bracket... it’s already been shipped
    Very sweet! Those are perfect all around sized homeowner machines. If you ever find the need, Curtis just came out with a real nice cab for them. Compact Tractor Cabs I don't mean this as a sales pitch of any kind, but I had the chance to play around on one of these machines with the cab installed and I was very impressed. If this had come along 1-2 years ago, it would be the exact setup I'd own.
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