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Want to get double duty out of your existing forklift without spending a fortune? Want the ability to tow agricultural equipment, trailers, and even boats and cars without having to buy a separate vehicle?
Then consider adding a pallet fork tow blade to your collection of forklift attachments.
Make Any Project Easier
Tow blade attachments are a simple tool that provide a lot of options for anybody with a forklift.
Its single fork attaches securely to the mast of your forklift just like regular twin forks. But it features a tow ball bolted or fused onto the end of the fork so that your forklift can be hooked up to anything towable.
The pallet fork tow blade attachment is the ideal way to move trailers, equipment on wheels, and other rolling items throughout your warehouse, dock, or another workplace without having to maneuver a truck, car, or another vehicle in confined spaces.
Simple to Attach
The pallet fork tow blade attachment is the perfect way to move towable implements, trailers, and other objects anywhere without worry. And it attaches to your existing forklift in just minutes.
Another option is a ball forklift hitch receiver pallet forks trailer towing adapter. This device slides onto an existing fork to provide the same towing power as the forklift attachment that attaches to the vehicle’s mast.
Both give you the option of doubling the useful options of your existing forklift without investing in bigger, more costly towing vehicles.
Perfect for Short Distances
Because these two different types of forklift attachments for towing are connected to the front of the forklift, they are ideal for moving implements short distances. Plus, your forklift’s tighter turning capacity makes it easier to maneuver towed objects into tighter spaces.
Plus, your forklift’s tighter turning capacity makes it easier to maneuver towed objects into tighter spaces. Anyone who has tried to use a car to drive a boat down a boat ramp knows how challenging it can be to do with a vehicle with a larger turning radius. But forklifts make it much, much easier.
While tow attachments are ideal for shorter distances, if you need to tow implements and other vehicles longer distances you probably will still want to use a car or truck. It would be difficult to drive a forklift in reverse while towing an object for anything more than a couple of hundred yards.
Make your forklift more versatile with tow attachments from ForkliftAccessories.com.