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    Show your many uses for pallet forks

    Ok all, would be fun to hear all the ways everyone is using them.

    The sage advice on this forum prompted me to get the AP10 forks when I bought the tractor... and I'm already glad I did.

    I'll go first: have used then twice already and the tractor only has three hours on it: used them tonight while moving on, well, pallets...

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    Pic from tonight
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    Take them to the box store and throw stuff on, also because I'm lazy.

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    Moving a rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaDeere View Post
    Pic from tonight
    I couldn't help but notice you weren't using any 3PH ballast. Granted your pallet load appears to be light but keep in mind that the use of pallet forks can and typically will require more 3PH ballast than when using the bucket.
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    Moving blocks of wood from a large tree that fell into our front yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1023Easy View Post
    Moving a rock.
    I've moved numerous rocks with my forks. No pics for proof, but it happened. Some were to big/heavy to lift. Was able to use the forks to roll the rocks where I needed them to go.

    I've use the forks for moving logs, branches, and also stumps that I have dug out.

    I don't think I can say that I have used the forks more than the FEL bucket, but it's pretty close.
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