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Hey Chris,

With the release of the 1023 & 1026 I believe it has a different loader design. Have you looked into expanding your fork design to include this new model? I myself am not framiliar with the new design and how it varies.
 

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To my knowledge the JDQA dimensions have not changed. But one of the loader model featured on the RFD show I saw did NOT have it at all-the bucket was pinned on.

What have you heard?
 

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H120

On the H120 my forks (from my old 2305) fit great. Still probably my favorite attachment to the tractor (although the backhoe is a close second).

- Hunter
 

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On the H120 my forks (from my old 2305) fit great. Still probably my favorite attachment to the tractor (although the backhoe is a close second).

- Hunter
Which ones do you have Hunter?
 

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Hey Guys,

Sorry to be so late for the dance. I didn't hear the music playing.

Hunter has a set of Artillian forks, most likely from before they were "Artillian" forks.

As far as the new 1000 series loaders, it is my understanding that the H120 comes with the JDQA Carriage by default but the D120 comes as a pin-on with the JDQA Carriage being optional.

As far as the forks fitting on these loaders, I verified that as soon as I was able to look at the specs on the JD website! The 120 loaders use the same buckets as the 200 series loaders.....

....whew!
 

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I was told by my dealer that any loader that uses the "CUT Carrier" will accept any of the attachments available, including Chris' forks. The machine that is on display at my dealer has the CUT Carrier, so swapping off the bucket to put on the forks would be a non-issue there. I haven't seen the pin-on versions as of yet, but those obviously won't work.
 
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