John Deere says it went back to the drawing board with its Worksite Pro pallet fork attachments in order to make them more durable.
Deere’s program manager for attachments says the new 45-inch and 60-inch forks feature “a better, more durable frame for years of wear and tear.”
Beyond greater durability, the new fork frames are designed for heavy lifting. They feature a load-securing “D” ring and a new brick guard design that has added strength and smooth surfaces to protect loads from any damage during a lift.
The 45-inch frame is available with 42-inch and 48-inch times and rated at 3,750-pound, 5,500-pound and 6,200 pound capacities. The 60-inch frame is available with 48-inch tines rated up to 6,200 pounds.
The forks can be used on skid steers, compact track loaders and compact wheel loaders.
Deere says the new pallet forks “offer unrestricted visibility to the fork tips over previous models,” while angled side corners and steps allow for easy access into and out of the cab.
Thanks to Quik-Tatch compatibility, these attachments can be added and removed from a machine in seconds.