The longer I get into this endeavor (nearly a whole two weeks now) with my 1025r, the more uses I'm finding for forks around the place.
From schlepping a cage with large rocks, to lifting out stakes already pounded into the ground, to stacking lumber, brush, moving a bagster to the curb.... its becoming very clear to me forks will be on the front of Bambi more than the bucket.
I know less about forks than I know about, well, pretty much anything other implement or attachment.
I see Artillian has several lengths. Moving pallets of stuff (feed, bricks, whatever) is very low on my list - they'll mostly be creating a platform to move other stuff, lift brush, trash, etc.
I also see they're now offering fork extensions - this I like very much, as I can get two lengths, essentially without the investment or space of two full sets.
I'd appreciate any thoughts on your experience with fork length... should I be looking at the full on serving forks, or will the salad forks work fine.