Vallee Forks

Vallée carries a large selection of forged forks in a wide variety of dimensions so that we can respond to our customers’ needs immediately.

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We can manufacture forged forks for lift trucks, no matter what the make, model, and size—including older vehicles that are still on the market!

    • Hook- and ring-type forks
    • Fork extenders
    • Forks for handling steel coils
    • Fork-mounted carpet rams
    • Bolt-on forks
    • Rotating forks


Our forks are manufactured according to ISO 2328, ISO 9001, as well as ANSI/ITSDF B56.1 standards (American National Standards Institute/Industrial Truck Standards Development Foundation).


Vallée recommends the following easy procedure to assess the remaining capacity of a used fork:

  1. Indicate the initial capacity of the fork (1x)
  2. Identify the area where wear is the most severe
  3. Indicate the initial thickness at this specific area
  4. Measure the actual fork thickness at this specific area
  5. Input these data on the chart to obtain the wear rate and remaining capacity (see graphic)

Evaluate the condition of your forged forks

Initial Capacity
(per fork)
Initial Thickness in.
Measured Thickness in.
Wear Rate = 8.3%The Wear Rate of your forks indicates that they should be replaced.

Order new forks :
Standard I.T.A.Shaft/Pin/Bar Type
Percentage of Remaining Capacity = 84.5%
Maximum Remaining Charge = 16 896 lb.
(per fork)

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