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Budget Attachments & Parts

Are you searching for skid steer attachments or forklift forks? Budget Attachments & Parts is the leading online provider of forklift replacement parts and forklift attachments. Our warehouse is stocked with high strength, heat treated replacement forklift forks that are designed for maximum strength and safety.

Budget AP stocks, sells and ships grapple buckets, forklift extensions, booms, snow blades, backhoe attachments, OSHA safe work platforms and much more.

Our forklift and skid steer replacement parts are compatible with most major brands. So if you are searching for Bobcat skid steer attachments or Toyota forklift forks, we are your solution for high quality replacement parts at competitive pricing.

Whether you work on a construction site, in a warehouse or on a farm, we understand how important quality equipment is to your business. Our highly trained sales staff can walk you through the process of developing custom construction attachments and can steer you toward the products that you need. Give Budget AP a call today at: 800-821-3796.

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Lumber Attachments 101: Types Of Grapples

Posted on May 27th, 2016

Grapples are arguably the most popular type of attachments in the lumber industry, so what else is there to know? Well, a lot. See, there are all kinds of different grapples, and they all handle different materials well… differently.

There are grapple buckets, rake grapples, lumber grapples, fork grapples, and even more, but these are the most common in the handling of forestry products.

Yeah, we get it, so what are the differences?

Types Of Grapples

Grapple Buckets

These are great for transporting shorter cuts, like firewood, or 2x4s. Some even have cutaway end-plates that allow for wider loads. If the load is too wide however (like logs, or long pieces of cut timber), it’d be time to consider a fork grapple, or maybe even a lumber grapple depending on the load.

Rake Grapple

A rake grapple is great for removing excess shavings or even brush, root, and rocks from the work site. Rake grapples help keep the ground free of debris (yes, we rhyme sometimes).

Lumber Grapples

Sometimes referred to as pipe grapples, these are great for moving logs and long cuts of wood. Lumber grapples can carry up to 40,000 pounds, and keep workers, and product, safe while doing so.

Fork Grapples

Fork grapples come welded onto a pallet frame and are great for handling logs and cut lumber. They fit easily onto loaders, telehandlers, skid steers, forklifts, and other machines. These are a great solution for wide loads under 10,000 pounds.

Make sure you know which grapples you need for your business. Having the right attachments not only saves you time and money, but keeps your workers and equipment safe in the long run.




Lumber Attachments 101: Standard vs. Lumber Forks

Posted on May 17th, 2016

Forklift forks? Those are all the same right? Not if you’re working with lumber, or other non-pallet-able items like logs, sheets, or loose materials. Standard forks (more…)




Save Money, Try Mated Forklift Forks.

Posted on March 28th, 2016

Remember that time you walked into the local footwear store and bought two shoes, one size 10 and the other size 12? The answer is most likely no. (more…)