I replied to what I THOUGHT the OP was asking. However, now that I read it over several times again, I'm thinking my response doesn't answer his question.Did you reply to the correct thread? :unknown:
I'm always confused. :lol:I replied to what I THOUGHT the OP was asking. However, now that I read it over several times again, I'm thinking my response doesn't answer his question.
I thought he was asking for some sort of 2" receiver hitch to mount on the forks. Sort of like your new 2" receiver hitch mounted on the bucket.
Now, that I read it again closely, it appears he is asking about forks for an iMatch???
Anyway, sorry if I added more confusion to this thread.
I don't know of anyone that makes what you are looking for but, to be honest, it would probably be cheaper to just buy a carry all. TSC sells theirs for $129 and you can use it as a set of 3pt forks if you are working with standard sized pallets.Sorry about the signature line. I have 2012 4105 with FIL. I built a set of quick attach forks . I have been kicking around the idea of building an adapter to use the forks on the quick hitch. I have seen the Artillian 3pt hitch adapter, and that is almost what i am wanting only in reverse. If that helps? In short to use the forks as a carryall. Thanks
If you're dead set on making your own, you can usually pick up a set of used forks on Craigslist for short $$. Then start welding on some angle iron for the horizonals and you could build something that looks very similar to the TSC Carry-All. You can find Cat 1 pins pretty easily.I was thinking diy. I like building my own stuff I was looking for an idea. I will get on working up prototype. Thanks
Ding ding ding ding!Before I had a loader I had a set of these. I used them with my Quick Hitch but had to use an extension link on the top link. I had found photos on line from a guy who took a set of these, cut the top apart where the top of the "V" joins together and replaced it with a box section that would mate up with the hook on the quick hitch. I was planning to do the mod to my forks but ended up getting the loader first and now have a set of Artillian forks.
I bought this set of forks on-line from Agri Supply for $149. They are true tapered forks with a 2000 lb capacity. They work much nicer than adapting a carry-all (which I too had originally considered).
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I've been searching around the net to see if I could find the photos of the modified forks.
FYI... this photo was taken after I removed the lower iMatch bushings in preparation for selling them.