Our line of high-quality clamp-on bucket forks fits a wide variety of machine and bucket sizes to give any loader additional versatility. The design of the clamp-on bucket forks makes them especially easy to install and to remove. No bucket alterations are necessary, and they will not damage buckets if properly installed. Capacity ratings have a generous three-to-one safety factor.


  • Capped main upright to keep out rainwater
  • An extra-wide handle for easier carrying
  • Durable powder coated finish for resistance against scratches, chipping, wear, and fading
  • Forks with 4,000 lb and 6,000 lb ratings have wide openings to fit the thick cutting edges of larger, heavier buckets



  • Weight capacity categories: 3,000 lbs, 4,000 lbs, and 6,000 lbs
powder coated yellow clamp on forks with extra wide handle
single yellow powder coated clamp on fork with adjustable handle
two yellow powder coated clamp on forks with visible warning label



42” forks – 3,000 lb capacity,
4 x 2 x 1/4 tube

42” forks – 4,000 lb capacity,
4 x 2 x 5/16 tube

49” forks – 6,000 lb capacity,
5 x 3 x 5/16 tube


"The grader is working very well for our family. We have a very long-gravel driveway. I am 42 years old. Throughout my youth, I spent many days filling potholes and dressing/maintaining the same piece of road. The Roadrunner saves a lot of time and effort. It does a fantastic job. I frequently express, to my parents, how welcome the implement would've been had it been available when I was very young. I work for a fire department here in central Virginia. A lot of my fellow employees have a business on the side, usually involving landscaping or property improvements. I recommend your product with the highest praise and support. Thank you for your service and product. Please express our gratitude to your family and your employees for the workmanship and quality of a fine piece of equipment."

- Doug Renn, Prince George, Virginia

"I REALLY like the grader - I have only done about 3 miles of road with it so far and it performed totally as you said it would - the scarifying/serrated blade really worked great on the roads with grass growing up in it - after going over them once or twice the grass totally disappeared; with the hydraulic cylinder on the one side it was easy to put a crown on the roads, and for cutting in a daylight ditch on the side of the road. I have not had a chance to use the 3-point yet - I have only used it on the Cat skidsteer, which it worked great with. I cannot say enough good about it and after doing research for quite a bit with your competitors I am VERY Happy I chose your product. I will be working with it this coming year and if I run into any thing I feel could be changed I will let you know. THANK YOU once again for your GREAT service and help in this purchase."

- Jack C. Carder

"With the frozen ground I have really only had one weekend that I have had a chance to use it and the ground was more wet than would be ideal as it didn't want to waterfall over the blades but instead stick. With that being said, using it in less than optimal conditions it is absolutely better than I had ever dreamt it to work. My potholes are gone and there were a lot of huge ones on my 3/4-mile driveway. Everyone that comes over can't believe how nice the driveway is. I can't wait to use it in optimal conditions. Thanks for making a true quality American made piece of equipment."

- Jon

"We love it can't beat it for the money. Thanks!"

- John Canto

"I am so glad we purchased the trench paver; it worked out better than I had expected. As with everything, you have some fine-tuning but the results are excellent. I highly recommend this to anyone that wants to do small patching. We set it up around 4-feet wide and build up the edge of the road and smooth out the wheel ruts. It works excellent!"

-Tom Shafer, Greenfield Twp Road Supervisor

"I am thrilled with the roadrunner. I maintain roughly a mile of dirt and gravel paths. I found I can achieve better results in about 1/3 the time it took with my box blade. It is a great and rugged product."

- Jeff Hines