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Re: Clamp on pallet forks

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Billy NY

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They can work, but unless firmly attached can wander left and right on the bucket, + with the bucket on you can't see much of what is going on. I made a set out of old car lift arms, and while they did work, what kept them mounted tight was a chain binder and chain welded to them. You also have to remember what is on the forks could roll back right onto the loader arms towards the operator, that is very dangerous. One needs a back stop just like a forklift has, and or have to remember this condition exists.
Better to have a dedicated set pinned on the loader frame. I use a set modified for a 3Pt hitch, Woods DuAl universal pin on forks that I added a top link mast to. It's heavy enough to do real work and they work well for logs. You certainly could hold a long log up for bucking up the blocks for splitting. Your 3pt lift will need to be in good shape, and not creeping downward quickly once set at height. I find this attachment is a labor saver, and for logs you will want something more than Agrisupply or similar offers for 3 point forks, carry all etc

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