Our skid steer forks are a great attachment to have on hand whether it is on the farm or on the job site. Use skid steer forks to load bales of hay or pallets of grain, then take the forks to the construction site and lift piles of lumber and other building materials. Whatever the use, these skid steer forks are built to withstand maximum weight and pressure. Our skid steer forks are constructed of 1 3/8” thick and 4” wide solid forged alloy steel. Fork tines taper for easier loading and unloading. To provide versatile use of the skid steer forks, we furnish 3 adjustable lock-in positions that increase or decrease width between fork tines. All lock-in points are located on a sturdy fork carriage bar. Once the e-z locks are engaged, the carriage bar delivers optimal support and stability. The skid steer fork frame consists of a fork guard, a carriage bar, and 4”x 4” square tubing. The fork guard is constructed of ¼” plate steel with an updated design that allows for ultimate visibility. The carriage bar is specifically designed to hold forks and is constructed from one piece of precision machined billet steel. Finally, the square tubing along the bottom of the frame increases the strength and rigidity of the fork frame, making our fork assembly the toughest on the market.