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    Titan Forks

    As you can see from the picture I do not baby the Titan forks I have. I have no issues with them. The only issue is the cylinders and relief max out on weight.
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    Just got me a set of Titans about 3 weeks ago
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    I guess I don't understand the point of this thread? Did someone accuse you of babying your tractor or implements?

    I do know my Artillian forks will out-lift and outlast your forks any day of the week. Your choice of course. The major side benefit of my forks is I supported several of my American neighbors by buying a product engineered and built here in America. Even at full capacity, I've never bent them either. Didn't you say the other day you bent your forks? That's not cool.

    Are Titan forks even made in North America?
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    I think it was an awesome pic and the thing that really impressed me was the fact that the tank was filled also


    Are Titan forks even made in North America?

    Don't know where they are made but I do know they are hundreds and hundreds less than Artillians, and that is very appealing to a lot of people who would otherwise not be able to afford them
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    they are made in china.

    thanks for the post!! i am looking at the titans with optional bale spear for the 4510.
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    Thanks for the pictures. I am trying to decide on a set of forks and price is a factor, but I want to make sure I will get something that will last.
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    Hey thats quite the tank, holy cow!!
    Nice lift/move,looks about maxed out. Forks are great I don't care who makes em! I've been known to use old angle iron as forks in the past. I don't own Titans or Artillians but i have nice hefty forks and they are about the greatest attachment ever for a front loader. My little tractor would not have picked that up with fluid in it maybe not even empty.
    Now what in the world are you going to with that tank?
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    Forks

    Quote Originally Posted by JD4EVER View Post
    I guess I don't understand the point of this thread? Did someone accuse you of babying your tractor or implements?

    I do know my Artillian forks will out-lift and outlast your forks any day of the week. Your choice of course. The major side benefit of my forks is I supported several of my American neighbors by buying a product engineered and built here in America. Even at full capacity, I've never bent them either. Didn't you say the other day you bent your forks? That's not cool.

    Are Titan forks even made in North America?
    I do not care where they are made. I do not care what you think about Artilian. I got a 55 foot telephone pole under one fork and on top of the other. It bend the lower metal par that holds the lower fork clip. I can assure you I can do the same with any fork made even your beloved Artilian. I will buy what best suits me and my needs. This is a JD site and some of their tractors are made over seas, India and Japan. So do not throw the fact a item is made in the US that they are better. If you want to give me a set of Artilian I am very sure I can do the same thing with their forks. I wonder if they can prove that all their steel is made in the US. So if your so concerned about buy American why do you even have this site. Since not all JD products are US made. I buy what I can afford as do others. If you do not like that fine, that is your choice. I made a point that the Titan will do as much as any other.
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    Hey thats quite the tank, holy cow!!
    Nice lift/move,looks about maxed out. Forks are great I don't care who makes em! I've been known to use old angle iron as forks in the past. I don't own Titans or Artillians but i have nice hefty forks and they are about the greatest attachment ever for a front loader. My little tractor would not have picked that up with fluid in it maybe not even empty.
    Now what in the world are you going to with that tank?
    Going to cut a door in the side and hinge it and made a burning barrel. That way the wind won't have any affect on it. Roll it over dump it then start over again. The tank had some water but was not full. That is a 1200 gallon tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.Barnett71 View Post
    Thanks for the pictures. I am trying to decide on a set of forks and price is a factor, but I want to make sure I will get something that will last.
    Well I can assure you if they work for me they will last for you.

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