Any affordable pallet forks for a BX2370?

Dark Age 53

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Checked with a couple of local Kubota dealers and they want $850/$900 for one, I'm looking between $400 and $600 max. I have the LA243 FEL with the Kubota quick connect. BTW, I'm not interested in the bolt on forks. Thanks
 

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SRG

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palletforks.com will be right up your alley, if solely shopping by price.

Pay attention to the weight of them, as it will effect your loaders capacity, to a degree.
 

Dark Age 53

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we love our Titan forks, we got the UA made in USA ones. Get light weight ones for a BX, and get ones with adjustable forks
I should hear back from them tomorrow if they make them for the BX2370, they may have them but I can't find them on there web site.
 

dalola

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BTW, I'm not interested in the bolt on forks. Thanks
Assuming you're referring to the type that clamp on the FEL bucket.... Given the lift capacity of a BX, they are actually a very effective, economical option. Just food for thought. :)
 

jmf78

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Assuming you're referring to the type that clamp on the FEL bucket.... Given the lift capacity of a BX, they are actually a very effective, economical option. Just food for thought. :)
Agreed. I've recently used mine to unload a 575 lb. log splitter off of a delivery truck with my BX. Not sure of your needs but if money is a limit, worth looking into. What do you have for counterweight?

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Dark Age 53

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Assuming you're referring to the type that clamp on the FEL bucket.... Given the lift capacity of a BX, they are actually a very effective, economical option. Just food for thought. :)
I gave those some thought but would rather go with the pallet fork attachment. Thanks for the reply.
 

rlcotter

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I have a BX23S with the quick attach. Purchased a set of forks through my dealer made by HLA Attachments for $500 Canadian dollars ($375 US?). Use them almost every day for something. Quick switch from bucket to fork lift. I looked on their website and they have a distributor in Carson City, MI.

Best regards,
Les
 

Dark Age 53

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I have a BX23S with the quick attach. Purchased a set of forks through my dealer made by HLA Attachments for $500 Canadian dollars ($375 US?). Use them almost every day for something. Quick switch from bucket to fork lift. I looked on their website and they have a distributor in Carson City, MI.

Best regards,
Les
Can you post a photo of your forks, there web site doesn't really show much. Thanks
 

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I've never seen the type of connection you have to the bucket. To me, it looks like a pinned bucket not SSQA mounting. If that is the case, I'd also suggest clamp on forks as others mentioned. They would be easy to install/disconnect and would not significantly cut into your limited lift capacity.

Perhaps you could find the other type that attaches by hanging from the upper lip of your loader bucket?
 

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Dark Age 53, your pictures do not show a quick disconnect bucket or loader system. A quick attach looks like this. It is mounted on you loader arms and stays there. It fits into various implements and can be changed out in a couple of minutes.

For your forklift needs the clamp on is MUCH less expensive now that you don't have the other brackets.

 

jmf78

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Dark Age 53, your pictures do not show a quick disconnect bucket or loader system. A quick attach looks like this. It is mounted on you loader arms and stays there. It fits into various implements and can be changed out in a couple of minutes.



For your forklift needs the clamp on is MUCH less expensive now that you don't have the other brackets.



It appears he has some other sort of quick attach device that works with pinned buckets. Similar to ai2 products seen here: https://bxattachments.com/product/2-8-hd-quick-attach-gen-3/

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