John Deere PG11 Pallet Fork Grapples » Columbus, Elmer, Marlboro, Hammonton, Columbia, NJ
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Features

Increased uptime with ease of attachability

Locking the pallet fork in place Locking the pallet fork in place

Hook up the pallet fork by lining up the loader’s connecting point to the attachment frame, picking up the attachment, and locking it in place.

Modular design Modular design
Bolting the grapple base Bolting the grapple base
Hydraulic fittings Hydraulic fittings

Using modular assembly with components weighing less than 18.1 kg (40 lb) each, the PG11 Pallet Fork Grapple can be assembled on an existing AP10F or AP11F Pallet Fork using the third hydraulic loader function. The combination of a pallet fork and a grapple provides the flexibility to move a variety of materials that are awkward to handle.

Secure items with a serrated grapple tine

Serrated grapple tine Serrated grapple tine

The serrated grapple tine, designed for gripping and not piercing, helps secure items when operating.

Easily use pallet fork independent of the grapple

Storage position Storage position
Move heavy objects with the pallet fork Move heavy objects with the pallet fork

There are two options for using the pallet fork independent of the grapple. The first option is to lock the grapple tine in the fully open position using a lock pin. The second option is to remove the grapple tine and hydraulic cylinder assembly while leaving the grapple base on the pallet fork.

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