3 point to skid steer adapter

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    3 point to skid steer adapter

    Which one should I get.

    The prices have stayed consistent for quite a while.

    Has anyone bought something from Neat? I was told a few months ago that they were made in the US but I do not know for sure.

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    i would much prefer the clevis pin lower arm attachment that is on the titan from a first glance (harder to hookup but much stronger)......overall the neat looks heavier but looks can be deceiving

    i am curious what implement your planning on attaching
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    I'm mostly curious as to exactly what attatchments your working with or..trying to?

    as to my vote...undecided...but I will shortly


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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    I'm mostly curious as to exactly what attatchments your working with or..trying to?

    as to my vote...undecided...but I will shortly


    Only attachment will be forks. I have forks for my skid loader and do not want another set. There are places like the lawn where I do not need to pick up things very high and don’t want to tear it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herminator View Post
    Only attachment will be forks. I have forks for my skid loader and do not want another set. There are places like the lawn where I do not need to pick up things very high and don’t want to tear it up.
    Makes sense...I get it.

    Is it cost effective?

    Piece of mind and doing what you want to do, well has a price.

    Sounds like you have multiple machines...which put a new twist on this.

    Seeing how I've purchased several attatchments in the last few days/week.....
    You have my blessing to Get-R Done Neatly
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    Quote Originally Posted by theduke View Post
    Is it cost effective?
    Good question. 3 point pallet forks can be cheaper or much more. The good ones like everything attachments has are much more. I just don’t want to spend double.

    My skid loader ones use real forks which lock in place, a back gaurd and I don’t want to give those up.

    Space isn’t as much a concern because the forks store under shelves and the back is not very thick. A set of forks is handier because the back is stored on the forks it is holding. The adapter needs to be handled to install and stored on a shelf. Both adapters also look like I will need to modify them to work with the I match. I might need to move all 3 points on the adapter up because I don’t think my 3 point will go down far enough to hook up the forks.

    Now I remember why I have been looking at these so long but not buying them.
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    Where is Neat located? I didn't see an address for them on their website, and I always get a bit concerned when a company doesn't publish a mailing address or at least the city and state they are located in.
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    IMHO,, the bottom connection points for the TITAN SSQA are make all wrong,, there is a LOT of steel missing,,

    I am not saying it will not work,, but,, the typical SSQA it totally different,, and stronger than the Titan,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Where is Neat located? I didn't see an address for them on their website, and I always get a bit concerned when a company doesn't publish a mailing address or at least the city and state they are located in.
    From the BBB link on their website,,,

    1007 Valley Rd

    Valley Twp, PA 19320-2881

    Neat Farms
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    If you can weld, and have some steel laying around,, Amazon has the difficult half available for only $145,,,



    That would leave quite a bit of $$$ in your pocket, compared to the other two options,,,
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