It is frequently reported by customers that the lower-left and lower-right wheels in the load fork mechanism of a kind of forward-type stacker designed based on static strength analysis are abraded faster than expected. In this paper, we studied by means of kinetics analysis and simulations the forces applied on parts of the fork mechanism. The simulation results show that the maximum values of instantaneous forces during operations are much higher than those derived based static force analysis, and thus explained the reason of the above-mentioned abnormal abrasion. The results also mean that static force analysis is not suitable for part strength design. Instead, one shall adopt kinetics analysis to explore the instantaneous forces in design.