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Worksaver Expands its All-Purpose Fork Lineup

Worksaver Expands its All-Purpose Fork Lineup

New 66-inch model fits skid steer and tractor loaders with "universal" skid steer attachment

Worksaver, Inc., has brought a fifth model of its manure/silage/debris fork to market with a new 66-inch wide model.

The new fork offers cleaner stalls with less physical effort, handling manure, matted straw and other loose materials. Forged cranked tines are designed for long, durable service.

The other four models in the Worksaver lineup also feature the tough tines, and two of those are available with an upper grapple for securing larger loads.

For more information on Worksaver and its products, visit www.worksaver.com.

Worksaver's new 66-inch manure/debris fork features forged cranked tines for long service life.

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