LOGGING FORKS

|  November 16, 2007 |

Logging Forks are designed for heavy duty applications – loading and unloading trucks, sorting, decking and feeding the mill.


 


 


 




























































































































































MODEL

WIDTH
HEIGHT
WEIGHT





236-5342

112.28 in 137.79 in 15367 lb


236-7740

104.02 in 137.79 in 15272 lb


114-3557

109.25 in 144.92 in 12998.44 lb


157-3467

90.5 in 75 in 4595 lb


125-4135

110.24 in 80.31 in 7006.28 lb


163-0194

90.67 in 74.65 in 4371.76 lb


190-3982

110.24 in 80.04 in 6495.9 lb


119-2301

71.26 in 82.8 in 5610.76 lb


194-6000

95.04 in 155.04 in 20497.68 lb


210-9208

112.28 in 131.81 in 14765 lb


222-7753

113 in 133 in 14390 lb


228-0606

110.24 in 79.05 in 7192.7 lb


239-7900

96.69 in 74.57 in 5071.5 lb


242-3127

104.02 in 137.79 in 16439 lb


244-6777

96.69 in 74.68 in 5406.66 lb


257-1959

91 in 75 in 4586 lb


257-1960

89 in 76 in 4895 lb


255-7333

96 in 76 in 5072 lb


255-8975

96 in 76 in 5072 lb


265-6627

112.28 in 133.78 in 16072.5 lb

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