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New Holland adds new pallet forks for skid steers, compact track loaders

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Mounting angle ensures optimum forward tilt for load pick-up and excellent rollback for transporting loads.

| August 2, 2010

RACINE, Wis. – New Holland Construction introduced pallet forks specially designed for use with its skid steers and compact track loaders. The forks are particularly useful in material handling, construction, agriculture, landscaping and utility applications.

“When it comes to transporting and loading materials, pallet forks are one of the most widely used attachments for skid steers and compact track loaders,” says Dave December, marketing manager, New Holland Construction. “Our new pallet forks feature a rugged frame and outstanding visibility to the tines for easy and accurate loading.”

The pallet fork assemblies are available with either 48- or 42-inch tines, with a choice of 5,500 or 4,000 pound-rated tine sets. The frame’s mounting angle ensures optimum forward tilt for load pick-up and excellent rollback for transporting loads. The design offers ample room between the frame and the cab, providing the operator with easy access to and from the cab.

New Holland skid steers and compact track loaders feature outstanding forward reach and dump height, superior visibility, more lift capacity and better stability. These machines pack big performance and operator comfort into compact frame sizes so operators can work efficiently in tight, narrow and confined spaces.

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