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Tractor Pallet Forks Attachments

Whether you need some John Deere tractor attachments or other three-point attachments, Titan Attachments has all of these available. Read on to find out more information on common types of tractor attachments, sizes, and fits and how they function so that you can make the best decision for your farm.

Common Types of Tractor Attachments

For most tractor users, the loader is the most important implement for a tractor to have because it can perform many different tasks. It can shovel snow off a driveway. A loader attachment can also move a large amount of materials, such as compost pits or gravel. This versatile tractor attachment can be fitted with several other attachments, like a clamshell bucket or pallet fork. For this reason, loaders are the most common types of tractor attachments.

A rear-blade attachment levels and grades through soil. This type of attachment is most often used for gravel driveways. Earlier models of this attachment manually adjust by tilting at an angle, moving from side to side, or rotating on an axis. However, later models come with a hydraulic assist and may be able to operate both forwardly and in reverse.

The box blade has similar functions and uses to the rear blade. Unlike the rear blade, however, the box blade has another row of what are called scarifiers. Box frames use both scarifiers and a box framing together in unison whereas rear blades generally use a T-frame. The box blade can perform the same function as the rear blade, but not vice versa. Box blades are frequently used by construction companies to help them create new land contours.

Lastly, the rear load bucket attachments utilize a three-point hitch toward the back of the tractor. It comes with a bucket support frame and a straight bracket for added support. Rear load bucket attachments have two large hydraulic cylinders join together at the end of the bracket as well. The loader bucket is placed toward the center of the two support frames. These two supported cylinders allow the bucket to remain level before it dumps any materials. As you can see, each attachment has its own unique uses.

Tractor Attachment Size & Fit

Three-point hitches are a type of linkage commonly used on larger tractors in order to attach equipment to the back. Three-point hitches can attach to a tractor at three different points—the left, right, and center—or in some cases, the front, mid, and rear. Tractor attachments come in many different sizes and fits depending on your needs. You can experiment with different tractor attachment sizes and fits to find the best one.

How Tractor Attachments Work

As stated above, there are typically three different locations for attaching farming equipment. Loader arms can attach to either side of a tractor's engine, and they are frequently used to raise and lower an implement such that other implements can be attached. An implement that can tilt up or down is controlled hydraulically. The center or mid position is the least-used attachment because dismounting an implement from here can be tiring and difficult. Most mid implements are positioned at the mower deck. This is how loader tractor attachments work with equipment.

Attaching implements to the rear of the tractor is usually achieved through the use of a three-point hitch. The three-point hitch attachments style is the most common style used today, thanks to its ability to allow an implement to lower or raise with ease. Many tractors on the market today have one to two implements with several different combinations to choose from. The implement you choose will depend on what task you are trying to accomplish.

John Deere Tractor Attachments

Sometimes, you need a heavy-duty tractor attachment to get the job done. John Deere's main tractor attachment are pallet forks. These John Deere tractor attachments can carry up to 3,000 pounds. They can handle most tasks without taxing the overall lift capacity of the machine. The attachments are designed to fit series 300, 400, and 500 in the John Deere tractor attachment product line. Each fork attachment is approximately 50 inches wide and 19 inches high, although it is available in other frame sizes as well.

Rear-blade attachments and box-blade attachments are useful for gravel driveways, and loaders are some of the most common tractor attachments on the market today due to their ability to pick up so many different materials. The attachments themselves can come in different sizes and fits depending on what your needs are.