The Complete Guide to Using 42 Sub Compact Tractor Pallet Forks
Whether you’re building fences, clearing brush, moving logs or roofing your house, pallet forks make your job easier and safer. There are a wide range of tractor forks available, with different features and load capacities.
For example, Sidekick Attachments reinforces the heel of their forks to mitigate wear and extend the life of your forks.
If you’re looking to get more lift out of your sub compact tractor you should take a look at these pallet forks. They’re designed specifically for the tractors in this size range and are the lightest you’ll find. Most forks that come with the loader have a lot of weight that takes away from your lift capacity.
These pallet forks are a better option than the standard bucket fork that’s used with most loaders because they keep the bulk of the weight as close to the loader pivot points as possible to maximize lifting force. Plus they don’t impose as much bending or distortion on the loader bucket itself.
The PFL1242 pallet forks from Land Pride is a great addition to your loader and can be used for agriculture, ranching, construction sites, nurseries, campuses, theme parks, salvage operations, warehouses, lumber yards, large or small retail outlets, and more. They’re easy to use and can be quickly converted back to a dirt bucket for other material handling tasks.
Forks are the most useful attachment for your sub compact tractor when hauling and transporting materials like lumber, firewood, hay bales, trash, or dirt. They make it much easier to move loads that are too big for your loader bucket and can save a lot of time.
The main challenge for most sub compact tractor owners is the limited lift capacity of their loader. With that in mind when it comes to pallet forks it is important to keep the frame and forks as light as possible while maintaining strength.
Our Ultralight pallet forks meet the requirements of both. They weigh as little as 190 lb with 36” tines yet are still rated to lift 900 lbs at a 21” load center! These forks are perfect for any John Deere 1023e, 1025r or Kubota BX Series tractor with a skid steer quick attach loader. They also work well with other manufacturers using the Skid Steer Quick Attach system including LS, Kioti, Mahindra and Massey.
Our 42” forks are built for sub-compact tractors with the universal skid steer quick attach system. They’re designed to be as light as possible without sacrificing strength and are made to fit the loader on your Kubota BX tractor (though they’ll work for any other brand that uses the SSQA like LS, Kioti, and Massey).
These forks feature heavy-duty 3/8” fork rails that won’t bend even under a 2000 lb load. They also have a 42” fork length that offers great visibility and makes tine placement a breeze.
Because your sub-compact tractor has limited lift capacity, you don’t want to buy a pallet fork that’s too heavy and takes up most of the space in front of the bucket. Premier’s pallet forks are designed to be as light as possible so you can still get the job done efficiently. This means they’re a great upgrade for anyone that needs to haul and move loads around a lot.
Tractor pallet forks are a great attachment for your tractor to move loads that you cannot lift with standard bucket or shovel forks. They are especially useful when moving logs or other heavy materials that need to be stacked. You can also use them to stack hay bales or in construction to move building materials.
Unlike clip on bucket forks, these 42″ SUB COMPACT TRACTOR PALLET FORKS | CID are welded to ensure durability. They also feature a center load design to ensure that the load does not fall off the end of the fork rails. You can choose from different fork rail lengths depending on the size of the load you want to carry.
The forks are designed to keep the weight closer to the loader pivot points, so your tractor has maximum lifting force. Longer fork tines are easier to see when you’re driving, and they can accommodate a larger load. However, if you need to maneuver your load quickly, you might prefer shorter forks.