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    Fork Tine Spacing: ALL Brands Needed Please

    Need help guys...I'm helping develop a cool new product most will find handy

    I need the approximate spacing (center to center) of various brands of forks. Artillian, Frontier, Titan, HLA, CID, Everything Attachments, and others.

    Example, Here are my forks set at 22". From measuring the detents (notches in the top rail) it looks like I can set them at 10", 16", 22", 28" 34" and 40" if they are centered on the rail. Yes I can get different numbers (minus 3") if only one fork is moved but that is not what I need now please.

    Pictures not needed, just brand and spacing numbers.

    Thanks all
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    I have Titans and they are approximately 10 1/2", 18 1/2", 26" and 34".
    I have a 1025R.
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    The fork notch spacing on my Titan fork frame is 3 7/8" evenly spaced all the way across the top rail.
    So it's something like 3 7/8 - 11 3/4 - 19 1/2 - 27 1/2 - 35 1/2 - 43 …

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefus View Post
    I have Titans and they are approximately 10 1/2", 18 1/2", 26" and 34".
    I have a 1025R.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gwizz View Post
    The fork notch spacing on my Titan fork frame is 3 7/8" evenly spaced all the way across the top rail.
    So it's something like 3 7/8 - 11 3/4 - 19 1/2 - 27 1/2 - 35 1/2 - 43 …

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    Odd that two Titans frames would have such different numbers
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    Kenny, I have Artillian which I assume will all be the same, but just for grins I checked mine and the measurements are the same as yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Odd that two Titans frames would have such different numbers
    My frame has a place for 3 bale spears on it. That could be why there is a difference.

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    Ok, I have Titan's. The import ones, not the USA made ones, if that makes a difference. Mine have 6 notches on each side
    of center. I measured from center of each notch to it's corresponding notch on the opposite side.

    I got: 4, 11.75, 19.5, 27.25, 35, 42.5. I don't know if you could get both tines to fit on the 4 inch at the same time, I haven't tried it yet.
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    HLA Model HD20JD440540

    Center to center on the frame notches

    43.5"

    36"

    28"

    23"

    19"

    15"

    11"

    There are a pair of notches in the very center of the frame which are 3.5" apart. You couldn't get the forks next to one another due to fork width, but the notches give you offset variables of other dimensions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Odd that two Titans frames would have such different numbers
    Looking at the Titan website (palletforks.com). It looks like the USA frame has 5 notches per side, and the import has 6 per side. Maybe that is the difference?
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    Frontier measured at the center of each notch:

    4 3/4" - 14 1/4" - 23 3/4" - 33 1/2" - 42 3/4"

    Notches all the way across, equal distant, measured center of notch to center of next notch = 4 3/4".

    Each notch 5/8" wide, 1/2" deep.
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