1 x Pair of new 3000KG 5' pallet tines for a 16" backplate

smcapstick

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Location
Kirkby Lonsdale
I want to buy myself a Christmas present :)

As title, I would like some prices for a new pair of 5' (1500mm) long, 100mm wide 3000/3500KG rated pallet tines to suit the 16" backplate on my little Linde.

I'm not looking for links or suggestions, as I am quite capable of googling 'new pallet tines for sale' myself. I would just like to give suppliers on here a chance before I look elsewhere.

My first TFF port of call, as usual, should be @AgriLinc - got anything suitable, Aaron?

TIA
smcapstick
 

roscoe erf

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Livestock Farmer
I want to buy myself a Christmas present :)

As title, I would like some prices for a new pair of 5' (1500mm) long, 100mm wide 3000/3500KG rated pallet tines to suit the 16" backplate on my little Linde.

I'm not looking for links or suggestions, as I am quite capable of googling 'new pallet tines for sale' myself. I would just like to give suppliers on here a chance before I look elsewhere.

My first TFF port of call, as usual, should be @AgriLinc - got anything suitable, Aaron?

TIA
smcapstick
what are you doing with your old ones
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
I want to buy myself a Christmas present :)

As title, I would like some prices for a new pair of 5' (1500mm) long, 100mm wide 3000/3500KG rated pallet tines to suit the 16" backplate on my little Linde.

I'm not looking for links or suggestions, as I am quite capable of googling 'new pallet tines for sale' myself. I would just like to give suppliers on here a chance before I look elsewhere.

My first TFF port of call, as usual, should be @AgriLinc - got anything suitable, Aaron?

TIA
smcapstick
Only just noticed you post. Probably a bit late now?

I dont think it's possible to get 3 1/2 ton rated forks on 16" back plate cause that's ITA2 and you need ITA3 for 3 ton plus which is 19" back plate?
 

ACEngineering

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Location
Oxon
I had a email just before Christmas with odd ball size stock clearance and seem to recall 1500mm long forks of some sort on there so will try a search back.

1100 and 1200 long is the norm
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
Each of your old forks will have the max rated kgs per fork at 500mm centres stamped in to the side of the fork, then X it by 2 to get overall capacity which has to match or exceed the machines rated lift.
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
Umm... maybe? Just price the beefiest forks that are 5' long and fit my 16' backplate.

Thanks (y)
well within reason the company I buy off will make what ever you want so long as its legal. they have tons of blank forks and can weld the hooks on. I had some really beefy ITA3 made for someone with extra wide hooks cause they wear the hooks and back plate rails out before the heals of the forks!
 

ACEngineering

Member
Location
Oxon
just speaking to supplier, ITA2 is 2500kgs max although there is a new brand they are using that have them rated at 3000kgs.

But as a general rule 3ton plus is ITA3 especially with agri telehandlers.
 

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