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I thought the AP10F had latches to lock the forks in place. Maybe just the newer versions? I attached a photo I found online for reference.
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I thought the AP10F had latches to lock the forks in place. Maybe just the newer versions? I attached a photo I found online for reference. View attachment 791813
possibly. i just bought them a month ago. my used artillian pallet forks i just bought have the same latches in your picture. i think i prefer the older style more but have limited use of them as of now.
 

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These are the latches to lock them in place

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correct. but they are different for the same forks. looks like they changed the latch at some point. not sure which is the ‘newer’ version.
Whichever is cheapest, serial numbers will tell you, I would think yours are the cheaper latch design, not that it is in any way inferior, actually it has fewer moving parts to fail.

What year are yours? Here are a set of 2018 AP10s listed on Goodworks site:


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They are a great size for my 2025r too. I paid $700 for them new 2 months ago at my local dealer. I had to assemble myself (lift each fork and slide it onto the frame, less than 2 minutes total time) LOL.

I like the weight, strong enough for a 1 or small 2 series, light enough to not take too much away from lift capacity. I am going to extend the back frame vertically with some square tubing just to add a little more protection for my hood...not that I plan to dump anything off the back onto the hood, but...stuff happens.
 

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Whichever is cheapest, serial numbers will tell you, I would think yours are the cheaper latch design, not that it is in any way inferior, actually it has fewer moving parts to fail.

What year are yours? Here are a set of 2018 AP10s listed on Goodworks site:


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i bought mine last month.
 

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They are a great size for my 2025r too. I paid $700 for them new 2 months ago at my local dealer. I had to assemble myself (lift each fork and slide it onto the frame, less than 2 minutes total time) LOL.

I like the weight, strong enough for a 1 or small 2 series, light enough to not take too much away from lift capacity. I am going to extend the back frame vertically with some square tubing just to add a little more protection for my hood...not that I plan to dump anything off the back onto the hood, but...stuff happens.
yeah they work well. got artillian ones and a plow so i don’t need these anymore.
 

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I wish you were closer to me, I would definitely take them.

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