I am using the studs instead of bolts, to mount the 1//4 x 4 in flat bar on top of the forks on a walkie stacker rated at 1500 lbs, to extend them 4 inches, in order to lift a 700 lb ATV onto pallet racks that are 48 inches high.
The forks now reach all but about 3 inches across the bottom frame of the ATV and lift it alright but I want it to go all of the way across the frame.
The extended 4 inches just makes me feel better about it.
A material handling company suggested that it should be OK, since I'm lifting less than 1/2 of the load limit and I'm keeping the load close to the mast.
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Thread: Wheel Studs
02-02-2010, 10:56 AM #20Senior Member
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