Jobsites vary amongst projects and contractors need equipment that will fit the needs of the site and job. Telehandlers are one of the most versatile pieces of equipment you’ll use on a construction site or loading dock. Making a significant contribution to a time efficient construction process, the telehandler will transport your load from one place to the next, while providing substantial lift heights. Pair your telehandler with the right attachment and you’ll be able to take on any job.     

Telehandler Attachments

Enhance the flexibility and performance of your telehandler; couple with an attachment to get more jobs done in an even faster manner.

  • Coupler-Mounted Lifting Hook

  • Cubing Forks

  • Dual Fork Positioning Carriage

  • Fork Extensions

  • Fork-Mounted Work Platform

  • Grapple Buckets

  • Lifting Hook

  • Lumber Forks

  • Material Buckets

  • Material Handling Arm

  • Pallet Forks

  • Pipe Grapple

  • Side-Sift Carriage

  • Side-Tilt Carriage

  • Standard Carriage

  • Sweeper

  • Swing Carriage

  • Tower

  • Trash Hopper

  • Truss Boom

  • Universal Skid Steer Adapter

  • Other Attachments…

Inspection Checklist

  • On the Machine

    • Mirror; check for damage, properly adjust

    • Windows; check for damage, front and top

    • Windshield wipers; make sure arm and rubber blade are intact

    • Forks; check for damage, cracks, misalignment, locking pins in place and secure

    • Warming decals; check for damage or missing

    • Tires; check for damage, pressure, bulges

    • Wheels; check for loose lug bolts, bent rims, cracks

    • Differentials; oil leaks, cracks in housing

    • Guards and covers; check for damage, in place

    • Steps and handrail; check for damage

    • Stabilizer arms, cylinders, pads; check for damage, oil leaks, missing bolts

    • Battery/terminals; cable connections, water, corrosion

    • Overall; check for loose or missing nuts and bolts, loose guards, damaged parts

  • Engine Compartment

    • Engine oil; fluid level

    • Engine coolant; fluid level

    • Hydraulic oil; fluid level

    • Air filter; restriction indicator

    • Radiator; fin blockage, leaks, cleanliness

    • All hoses; cracks, wear spots, leaks

    • All belts; tightness, wear, cracks

    • Overall; trash or dirt buildup, leaks

  • Inside the Cab

    • ROPS or FOPS; check for damage, loose bolts

    • Seat; adjustment, pedal travel

    • Seat belt and mounting; check for damage, wear, adjustment

    • Fire extinguisher; charge, check for damage

    • Horn, backup alarm, lights, wipers; make sure they’re functioning properly

[Links to Equipment Type Guides/Manuals]

[Links to Equipment Type Video]


  • AUSA

  • Bobcat

  • Case IH

  • Caterpillar

  • Xtreme Manufacturing

  • Claas

  • Dieci

  • Deutz

  • Faresin Industries

  • Gehl

  • Haulotte

  • MCE

  • JCB

  • JLG

  • Kramer

  • Load Lifter Mfg

  • Mustang

  • Manitou

  • Merlo

  • NC Engineering

  • New Holland

  • Pettibone Traverse Lift, LLC

  • Skyjack

  • Terex


  • Weidemann


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