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    New forks

    I FINALLY pulled the trigger on the Artillian 42" forks for my 1 series! Not sure how long the delivery will take to GA though or how/what is needed to get them off the truck! Just occurred to me that I NEED the forks to unload the FORKS. DANG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1126jwe View Post
    I FINALLY pulled the trigger on the Artillian 42" forks for my 1 series! Not sure how long the delivery will take to GA though or how/what is needed to get them off the truck! Just occurred to me that I NEED the forks to unload the FORKS. DANG.

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    1126jwe, glad u was finally able to get the forks, I think ur gonna love them.

    do u have the kennyd's hooks on ur bucket? do u have the shackles in the top underneath? if u do, u could pick the skid off the back of the delivery trailer like that!, just a suggestion. good luck and have fun.
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    I do have KBOH's but not sure I'll be home when they are delivered

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    Dunno how they're packaged... But why not just hook into the JDQA points?
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    I believe the Artillian forks ship in three different packages, the frame and then each individual fork. No pallet involved.
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    Yup. You won't need any equipment to get your new forks. They ship just as Blake mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    I believe the Artillian forks ship in three different packages, the frame and then each individual fork. No pallet involved.
    Mine came this way!!
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    Will they drop at the garage door, driveway is approximately 60 yards

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    Pretty sure it ships UPS or FedEx Ground, so I imagine they would leave them wherever they normally leave packages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Pretty sure it ships UPS or FedEx Ground, so I imagine they would leave them wherever they normally leave packages.
    I actually think they're FedEx freight, so then it depends on the service selected. Curbside, driveway/garage delivery or full on white glove unloaded via a lift gate, etc.
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