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YITAMOTOR®43" Clamp on Pallet Forks 30" Fork Tine 1500LBS Light Duty Forks for Tractor Loader Bucket
I am surprised at how well these bucket pallet forks worked. I am able to lift pallets with my 25hp tractor as well as bales of hay/feed ect.
They definitely supported the weight that my tractor would lift.
This is of very good quality and extremely easy to install. I would recommend this product to anyone the may need it.
YITAMOTOR®Clamp-on Debris Forks to 48" Bucket, Heavy Duty Clamp-On Pallet Fork 2500 lbs Capacity Attachments
Have used this bucket pallet forks just about every day since receiving it. One of those implements you wish you would have purchased sooner. Well made and very useful.
This is a well made pallet forks for tractor loader, it attached to my bucket smoothly and is clamped down with the pucks.
Cheap and still does what I need it to do!
I got this to help scoop up my firewood, also might use it to try and scrape the ice off the driveway in winter; will post updates as they happen.
YITAMOTOR®46" Pallet Fork 2600lbs Capacity Quick Attach Mount Skid Steer Attachments for with Tractors and Loaders
I bought this skid steer pallet forks specifically to offload and move around pallets of solar panels weighing 1000lbs each. It arrived ahead of schedule in 2 boxes from FedEx. The forks are hollow, in case you're wondering. Super easy to assemble. Light enough for me to lift and move it around by myself but strong enough to lift and move the palettes with no problems whatsoever. Used on my Yanmar Yt359c and it fit perfectly.
Uploaded pics of moving 2000lbs of 2 3/8 steel drill pipe. No problemo. These tractor pallet forks already paid for themselves! The forks are rated for 2600lbs. I've used them for things weighing more than that and they are still straight and holding up well. If you bend these forks, you did something wrong.
YITAMOTOR®3 Point Hitch Pallet Fork 1500 lbs Adjustable Pallet Fork Attachments for Category 1 Tractor
Best Pallet Forks for Tractor！
I have been searching for ideas to resolve my issues with how to carry rear tractor ballast. I believe I have hit the mark with this 3 point tractor pallet forks. I have constructed a pallet that holds the weight I need for the job, can set it off when not needed and have increased utility. I have no issues with the product. Good welds, reinforced and heavy steel. Adjustable forks are a plus. I am pleased to contemplate what else I can do with this fork.
YITAMOTOR®43" Clamp on Pallet Forks 30" 1500LBS Light Duty Forks with Adjustable Stabilizer Bar for Tractor Loader Bucket
My review will be a little bit different than most peoples, but I feel this is important for people looking at pallet forks.
I received these last Friday the 18th and put them on my 1997 Ford/New Holland 1720 tractor 4x4 with a 7108 bucket so that I can move steel H beams and 6"x8"x6' timbers for a retaining wall I'm building. The forks I bought are rated at 1500#'s which is about 500#'s more then my tractor is rated to pick up with the bucket, so just about perfect. The 20 H beams are 7' long and weigh 175#'s a piece, so I loaded up 4 on the pallet forks for tractor loader (700#'s total weight of steel) and headed down the slight hill in my pasture to the pallet where they will be closer to where the retaining wall is being built. As I was going down the hill the tractor started going to my left and the rear started to swing around so that I was now sideways on the hill and the tractor was going nose first into the ground. I jumped/got launched to the left as it was going over and got shot into the back of the bucket that was now on the ground. The tractor did not roll over as I expected and was still up in the air being held up by the forks and right front tire. I had the wind knocked out of me and sore as hell the next day, but nothing broken and no stitches. I got real lucky. Like play the lotto lucky.
What went wrong? Me being stupid is the simple answer. Loading 700#'s of steel, or whatever on those forks and not adding some type of ballast to the rear of the tractor was stupid. The other major problem was me pulling down on the loaded handle expecting it to lower the forks when down is up, and up is down on most tractors. If it didn't tip forward I probably would have 1-4 175# beams coming right at my face due to my lack of experience with frontend loaders. I have close to 200#s of wheel weights on the rear and I don't think that even if I had a liquid ballast in the tires that would have made much of a difference in my situation. This weekend a 55gal barrel will be full of concrete and attached to the rear of my tractor.
The bucket pallet forks did not bend or deform while holding up my 4000lb tractor for 20 minutes and it took me about 10 minutes to install them on the bucket and get them hooked up to my chains. They worked great and I have no qualms telling people that they are great for the price and are easy to install.
YITAMOTOR®60" 4000lbs Heavy Duty Clamp-on Pallet Forks with Yellow Tongue and Twin Screw, with Adjustable Stabilizer Bar for Tractor Bucket Loader Skid Steer
These are skid loader pallet forks so AWESOME!!! You will find all kinds of thing to use these for. I pick up bucket pallet forks , tree limbs, gate sections. You name it, I pick it up with them. They dont flex and built very well. For the price your a FOOLnot to have these on you farm. It also does not matter if you have a 1 series or 3 series works perfect on any tractor with a bucket.