Many people ask, 'What's the difference between the a fork clamp, fork attachment and fork positioner?' The answer to this question is really just down to how the attachment moves a load. A fork clamp is designed to be stronger to allow the forks to be used in a clamp situation. This may include stronger anchors, thicker bars etc. A fork attachment is just an attachment with fixed fork centres and finally a fork positioner while fairly similar to a fork clamp, isn't designed to apply clamping pressure across the forks, it is purely just to lift using the forks. Therefore weight is save as parts don't have to be as strong and less material is needed.
All variants come in rotating and none rotating styles. Due to this reason, we keep separate sections for each type and isn't just a duplication issue!