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    Artillian pallet fork questions for 1026R/H120

    I was just curious what combination you guys have for your Artillian pallet forks.

    3" or 4" wide forks?

    Cascade or Standard forks?

    I was just curious how you guys on here have your Artillian forks configured.

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    I bought 3" 42" Cascade forks. The 3" have more than enough capacity for a 1026R, and you don't need the weight of the 4". I bought Cascade because they are made in USA. The standard forks are made to Artillian specs, but I believe they are imported and would be equally good.

    Next on my list are the 24" landscape tines. I do a bit of work in my garden/yard, and the shorter forks should give me more lifting power at the ends. The 42" ones are fine for pallets, but when I used them to dig out a shrub, the rear wheels repeatedly lifted off.

    You'll read others on GTT that say that a set of forks is extremely useful for countless tasks, and I'll agree with that. Your choice of Artillian is a good choice too.

    Just my 2 cents.
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    I have the Artillian 42"x3" standard forks on my 1026R / H120FEL and they have performed every task that I have thrown at them, very good investment, would highly recommend.
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    I also have the 42" x 3" Cascade tines. Excellent! I've used mine plenty of times with no complaints. Love the chain slots!


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    I have a set of the 24" and the 42" forks. They are 3" wide. If I had to do it over I would have ordered the 24" and got a set of 48" someplace else. More that once I have needed that extra length!!
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    Thanks guys for your help.

    I was steering myself towards the 3" Cascade forks before I started this thread and it appears that I was headed in the right direction. It'll probably still be a couple of months before I place my order, but recently have been checking out what Artillian has to offer.
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