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Vestil Forklift Leveling Attachment - FRK-LVL Review



Very good

Revainrating 4 out of 5  
🚜 Forklifts, 🧰 Material Handling Products

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Description of Vestil Forklift Leveling Attachment - FRK-LVL

Designed to aid the fork lift driver in determining when the forks are level. Unit reduces the risk of damaging or Piercing product when removing it from pallet racking. Fasten the steel Leveler to the mast of the fork lift. While tilting the forks to the desired angle, the fork Leveler will tilt as well, showing that the forks are not currently in a horizontal position.


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Revainrating 3 out of 5

Unreliable and Dangerous Forklift Accessory

This product is a danger for anyone in the industrial and scientific field. It is supposed to level the forklift, but it does not work or offer any real security. The only positive thing about it is that it comes with instructions, but those are equally useless. In short, this product is not worth the time or money. I would rather take my chance with an unlevel forklift.

  • Allows for precise and level placement of heavy loads with a fork truck.
  • There are doubts

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Uneven floor problems.

Works great when you are on level ground. But what I didn't think about before buying it was trying to flatten the hill. I have to reconfigure the tool before changing the scores, but it works.

  • Designed to help the forklift operator determine if the forks are level
  • Drilling the Pack

Bought a new Kubota tractor with front shovel. I couldn't tell when it was shallow and often I dug too deep. The installation took about 5 minutes. Now I always know the position of my shovel. worth your money.

  • Unit reduces risk of damaging or puncture product when removing from pallet rack
  • Not bad but...