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    HLA pallet forks quality

    My local dealer has priced me a set of HLA pallet forks to fit my 1025r at $500.00. Is that a good price ? Or am i better off with another brand ? I have been looking around and the titan pallet forks seem to be a little cheaper. Which brand do you recommend?
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    Which HLA pallet forks? I think they make 3 or 4 different ones.
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    They are 36 inch HLA pallet forks. Salesman said they were made to fit the 1025r. I have been looking at the artillian and they look to be the best ones made but they are out of my price range.

    I used the search function before posting this question and could not find much, but after posting this question I have found quite a few topics on this subject. That is the way my luck goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeWR View Post
    IIRC, those are $100 more than the US made Titan setup I just purchased.

    I would go with the absolute cheapest. There isn't anything you can lift with a 1 series that will exceed the ratings of even the Chineeseiest set around. Yes, I just made that word up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkyj2007 View Post
    My local dealer has priced me a set of HLA pallet forks to fit my 1025r at $500.00. Is that a good price ? Or am i better off with another brand ? I have been looking around and the titan pallet forks seem to be a little cheaper. Which brand do you recommend?
    That’s a a very good price on a quality attachment for your 1 series. HLA has an excellent reputation for quality products, not limited to their forks of which there are a few reviews here already-all positive if I remember correctly.

    If you were considering Artillian I think the HLA or Frontiers linked above would be a very close second for quality, durability, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkyj2007 View Post
    They are 36 inch HLA pallet forks. Salesman said they were made to fit the 1025r. I have been looking at the artillian and they look to be the best ones made but they are out of my price range.

    I used the search function before posting this question and could not find much, but after posting this question I have found quite a few topics on this subject. That is the way my luck goes.
    I have seen them at out local dealer, they (HLA) often has the dealers name cut in them as well. There are very nicely made and well matched to the 1-series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkyj2007 View Post
    They are 36 inch HLA pallet forks. Salesman said they were made to fit the 1025r. I have been looking at the artillian and they look to be the best ones made but they are out of my price range.

    I used the search function before posting this question and could not find much, but after posting this question I have found quite a few topics on this subject. That is the way my luck goes.
    I used to have a 2210 and bought the artillian 42 inch forks, now they are on my 3025E. I am sure just about any brand will do the job but I would consider getting 42 inch forks and try and find the lightest ones you can so you do not lose a lot of lifting capacity with your 1 series. I like the 42's because it gives me that much more reach to get pallets out of my truck bed. I can't tell you how many times the extra length has come in handy. Not sure what your primary purpose of the forks is for but it is something to consider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlKozak View Post
    IIRC, those are $100 more than the US made Titan setup I just purchased.

    I would go with the absolute cheapest. There isn't anything you can lift with a 1 series that will exceed the ratings of even the Chineeseiest set around. Yes, I just made that word up.

    Al
    I been looking at a lot of them, most of the titans are around 270 lbs, the ap10f 42" tines are 198 lbs, from what I can find the HLA 36" tines are around 205 lbs which isn't to bad. I like the made up word
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