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    Pallet forks

    Anybody have experience with these pallet forks? They are roughly the same price as Artillian but have the built in back rest.

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    Are those one Horst Welding makes? I had a set made by Horst Welding and sold them. I had two issues with them, the were heavy and did not have a removable backrest/brush guard.
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    I believe Construction Attachments are related to Everything attachments.

    Construction Attachments 42" John Deere, John Deer, Quick Attach JD, Compact Pallet Forks CAL-1PFCMPSM42

    I own a set and love them. They have held up fine and I leave them outside all year round. I have had them for several years and cannot believe how much use I get from them. Would like a second set to leave up north. Have considered the Artillian forks because you can add a trail hitch adapter which would make moving trailers around easier. No matter where I park one of the trailers, they are always in the way and need to be moved.

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    Im going to be getting these ones when i have the money:
    36" Pallet Fork Attachment with 2" Trailer Receiver Hitch for John Deere Loader | eBay
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    aaron,

    are those titan forks?
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    that's a lot cheaper price than what I gave jd for my set of mine. thou I have 4ft length forks. and mine are heavy too. but when I bought mine, I didn't even know about GTT or have a laptop. I luv to have a set of Artillians-but I have to sell mine before that -someday-hopefully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    aaron,

    are those titan forks?
    Yes they are Titan's forks. I have their 48" HD fork set with bale spears and think they are great.

    BTW, I know they come from China, but that's what I could afford.
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    I suggest you look at Titan's offerings and purchase from them direct. Solid pricing, fast shipping and good communication. Take a look here

    Pallet Fork Attachments - Attachments for John Deere - Tractor Attachments

    I'm pleased with my 42" set (without backstop, for $449) for the price. The Titan's do not appear as well made nor do the forks slide as easily as (I think) the USA made offerings, Artillian being a good example. I don't have experience with anything besides my Titan set but I will say for the occasional use, the Titans are great. Zero issues with fitment to John Deere Quick Attach system. The green color does not match, FYI (if you care).

    Here are the exact ones I purchased: 42" Pallet Fork Attachment with 2" Trailer Receiver Hitch for John Deere Loader
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    I just got the Titan 42" for $429 directly from Titan, free shipping, about 3 weeks ago, I like them and the price was less than half the Artiilians
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    I have the Artillian frame/forks.

    Quality isn't even a question.

    They are well worth the investment to me.

    Your mileage may vary.
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