The part that attaches a front wheel to the frame. It can be rigid, or a suspension fork. There are several types of a suspension forks, including elastomer, air oil, or SID's (all air).
These secure the front wheel to the handlebars.
the lifting device or "arms" that are attached to the front of a frontloader truck and are used to pick up commercial bins in order to dump the trash or recyclables into the truck's box.
Material handling attachment affixed to the lifting end of a piece of equipment.
Horizontal prongs for picking-up and supporting loads. The forks can be either fixed or adjustable with formed or forged forks.
The forks are the device that holds the front wheel and are controlled (steered) by the stem and handle bars. Forks come in solid and suspended versions. The solid version is similar to a bicycle fork in design, an upside down u shape with slots at each end to attach the wheel. The suspension version will usually use coil spring over shock system in each side or an elastomer spring in each side. Fork suspension systems travel is usually shown in millimeters, 1 inch is equal to 25.4 mm.
The sprung metal tubes that connect the front wheel to the motorcycle triple-tree.