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Hi folks. New to the site, 1st post. I have a 1025r with a h120 loader. Also have the hydro angle 54" snow blade with quick attach. Does anyone know if there is a single attachment bracket for the FEL to attach the snow blade and hitch to the loader arms? I've seen a 2 step setup at Artillian with a fork frame and then a bracket for the quick hitch, but I already have the frontier pallet forks and don't really want to spend the extra bucks for their fork frame too. Any ideas?
 

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I bought the artillian blank frame and welded my plow to it.
 
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:wgtt: and no I can't help you but I'm sure someone on here can. :morning2: What he said ^^^^
 
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There is no one making such an adapter that I have ever seen.

My advice FWIW, sell the way-to-heavy for you tractor Frontier forks and go full Artillian:thumbup1gif:
 

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Thanks all. That's pretty much what I figured. Considered selling the frontier forks and going the artillian route, too. Got a friend that fabricates, I may run it by him first before going all in on the artillian. I take it that the artillian is pretty substantial stuff? Frontier is heavy, no doubt, but I have a rack system in my equipment shed that I keep all of my 3 pt and mowing equipment palletized for space reasons. Just need to make sure the artillian will hold up to that and a lot of log, stone and brush moving. Looks good on the website though.......
 

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Thanks all. That's pretty much what I figured. Considered selling the frontier forks and going the artillian route, too. Got a friend that fabricates, I may run it by him first before going all in on the artillian. I take it that the artillian is pretty substantial stuff? Frontier is heavy, no doubt, but I have a rack system in my equipment shed that I keep all of my 3 pt and mowing equipment palletized for space reasons. Just need to make sure the artillian will hold up to that and a lot of log, stone and brush moving. Looks good on the website though.......
Have no fear. The Artillian forks are not only super light, but very well built and will hold up to heavy duty work. You won't be disappointed.:thumbup1gif:
 

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I bought the artillian blank frame and welded my plow to it.
Did you buy the standard or the HD blank? Just saw that option, looks doable. How did you go about it, and how does it hold up to the pressure of plowing?
 

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Just need to make sure the artillian will hold up...
I'm not sure how a 1 series loader could cause damage to the Artillian forks. They seem to be a perfect match.
 

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I'm not sure how a 1 series loader could cause damage to the Artillian forks. They seem to be a perfect match.
I've beat the Artillian forks to heck and back on our 2320. Not bragging just stating the facts.
 
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