Farming Simulator 19 mod presentation: The Officine R&L 3-Point Forklift for tractors by R-L Modding.
Sure, this mod is a work of fiction. But it’s based on real-life variants that can be attached to the rear of a tractor.
It’s perfect when you don’t have the money to buy an actual forklift, but still want to keep your farmyard tidy.
My tips: Attach a counterweight to the front of the tractor when using it. And it’s especially helpful to have a tractor able to switch driving directions, like the Valtras, if you spend most of the game inside the cab…
Tractor Forklift In-Game Features
Colors – There’s a wide range of colors to choose from, both for the forks, the spikes, and the rest of the body.
The forklift has several control groups. Just press “G” on your keyboard to toggle between them (see the help menu on consoles for the toggle button.)
There’s one group for the lifting mechanism, one for the pallet forks, and one that lets you control the bale spikes.
Another tip: Be careful when activating the different groups. Folding the forks/spikes share the same input bindings as lifting the load. If you pick the wrong group, the load might cause an undesired rodeo effect to your tractor…
FS19 3-Point Forklift Mod Specs
I love this mod. Yes, there’s a similar addon available. But that one has just pallet forks. This one is even more useful with it’s loading options for both pallets and bales.
- Brand: Officine R&L.
- Credits: R-L Modding.
- Category: Tools | Misc.
- Base price: 5,000.
- Required power: 60 horsepower.
- Selectable colors: Yes.
- Errors: No.
- Platforms: PC, Mac, PS4, and XB1.
No errors, but I noticed that the bales tended to slide off the spikes, even when tilting the forklift forward.
How to Download
This mod is part of the official modhub. You can get it when the game is running. If you’re playing on PC or Mac, you can also download it from its page at Farming-Simulator.com. Click the button to get there.
This mod is an official Modhub mod. Please, do the modder a favor and only download it from the in-game hub or from its official mod page on Farming-Simulator.com.