Block Forks

All-Pro Forks has Block Forks available in Class 2 and Class 3.
block forks
All-Pro Forks currently has 2×2 Block Forks in stock, particularly in class 2 and class 3. In addition to that, we also have class 2 Princeton block forks in stock.
Block or brick forks are specifically used for picking up bundles of cinder block or brick. These forks are typically purchased in quantities of 4 or 6, depending on the machine.
Contact the knowledgeable staff at All-Pro Forks if you need assistance on selecting a fork for your application or need a custom fork. You can also check out our boom frames and our Skid Steer Frame options, as well.

*We have the ability to do custom work

Block Forks FAQ

All-Pro forks Block forks are an efficient, versatile, and durable tool that can help construction and landscaping crews move large amounts of materials quickly and safely from one location to another.

  1. Durable and strong: Blocks are made of high-strength steel and are designed to withstand the weight of heavy masonry materials. They are built to be strong and durable, so they can be used repeatedly without breaking or bending.

  2. Versatile: Block can be used with a wide range of equipment, including forklifts, loaders, and telehandlers. They are also available in a variety of sizes and configurations to suit different types of masonry materials and equipment.

  3. Efficient: Block are designed to help construction and landscaping crews move large amounts of masonry materials quickly and efficiently. This can help save time and reduce labor costs.

  4. Easy to install: Block forks are designed to be simple and quick to install. This means that they can be easily attached to a variety of equipment without requiring a lot of time or effort.

  5. Adjustable: Many come with adjustable tines, which allows operators to customize the width of the forks to suit their specific needs. This can help ensure that the masonry materials are held securely and can be moved safely and efficiently.

  6. Increases productivity: By using block forks, construction and landscaping crews can move large amounts of masonry materials quickly and efficiently, which can increase productivity and reduce project completion times.