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Introducing Kaltec, Forkster.. NEW SPONSOR

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Administrator, Aug 28, 2001.

  1. Administrator

    Administrator Administrator
    Posts: 865

    Kaltec has been involved in both product design and machine design since 1988. We recently introduced the Forkster line of skid steer attachments. The Forkster provides a safe and stable lifting media by providing load-stabilizing wheels on the lifting chassis. This configuration allows virtually any loader to lift and place loads eight to sixteen feet in the air. Contractors and landscapers will appreciate the ability to unload and carry pallets of sod, brick, and other materials, all while still having a compact and maneuverable machine.


    I am introducing a Kaltec sponsored forum on the main page of LawnSite.com in the sponsored forum section. If you want to communicate directly with Kaltec please post questions about their company/product their. Also, keep your eye on their forum for news and more product information.

    Thanks for helping support my sponsors!

    Chuck Keough
  2. Administrator

    Administrator Administrator
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    Make sure you visit their product homepage at http://www.forkster.com/ . This is one of the most informative industry related web sites I have ever seen!!

    To learn more about this awesome video you can even download Forkster videos directly from the site. They also have a great photo gallery of work in progress.

    For contact info......

    Kaltec of Minnesota, Inc.
    14025-C 23rd Avenue North
    Plymouth, MN 55447
    Phone: 763.557.4941
    Fax: 763.557.7286
    Email: forkster@kaltec.com
  3. Guido

    Guido LawnSite Silver Member
    Posts: 2,085

    start talking it up in their forum they can probobly stir up some biz. I started a thread there so we'll see what happens.

    Looks like a good product, and a great idea.

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