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    pallet forks

    Have a 4000 series loader and was wanting to get some pallet forks. Anyone have any experience with Titan brand or Artillian? Also saw some attachments from AIM. Any knowledge on them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GS455 View Post
    Have a 4000 series loader and was wanting to get some pallet forks. Anyone have any experience with Titan brand or Artillian? Also saw some attachments from AIM. Any knowledge on them?
    Have set of Titan on 2305 they are heavy built worked them hard digging tree roots
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    I have the Titan forks too, with 48" tines and bale spears. They work great on my 4105.

    Artillian makes a great fork set too that is lighter than the Titan's, but I didn't need a significant weight savings so I went with the Titans due to cost. Worked out great for me.
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    I have them and they are great. I have the long and landscape tangs. An advantage of lighter weight is changing them,which never quite ends up at a hands off operation.
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    My suggestion would be to do a Google search for both companies you're considering.

    There are several reviews of both Artillian and Titan right here on GTT, I can't link them right now but they make for good reading.
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    Artillian = Made in USA.
    Titan = Made in China.

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    Titan forks

    I just bought one a few months ago for my 2520 and they are great. Yes, they are made in China, but they are just as good as the ones at my work. I was not in the least disappointed, the price is half of others I have seen and the quality is very good. I have used them at least twenty times, no problems and very proud of the purchase. Don't be scared of these because they are made in China.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GS455 View Post
    Have a 4000 series loader and was wanting to get some pallet forks. Anyone have any experience with Titan brand or Artillian? Also saw some attachments from AIM. Any knowledge on them?
    I just received my Artillian Forks last week. I would highly recommend them. They are a quality US manufactured product. Kinda like we used to make here all the time.

    I had to save a few more pennies but I want more than just "forks". I intend to also add the Grapple shortly. After receiving my forks - I can say without a doubt - they are worth every penny.

    Artillian adds some "little things" like chain slots on each end (top & bottom) that make a difference as well. His customer service is top notch. I've called a few times and always got the same employee - the owner.

    Shipped when they were supposed to and arrived when they were scheduled to.

    With Artillian you also have a choice of fork size & length, and he carries Made in US Cascade forks.


    I do not have any experience with Titan Forks. (And I probably never will). While the product is reportedly able to do the job, I personally I would rather do without than send my money to China. But that is just me. Stubborn Hard Headed Red Blooded Marine Corps American. (try saying that in chinese 3 times fast).
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