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PostPosted: June 1, 2018, 1:30 am 
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Sold my forklift to a friend a few years ago, he really needed one and I was not using it very often.
Plus I doubled my money, sort of.

Of course once it was gone I found myself having to borrow one a bit more often than I liked.
Now I have another, even older than the last one. but a more mainstream brand, Yale.
Seems it was probably made in 1960, 6K lift, solid tire.
Pretty old but it has had new tires, carb, and propane regulator fitted fairly recently.
Those items alone would cost more than I paid the retired gentleman today, at his asking price.
Seems to run and operate well, brakes need to be bled and the seat reupholstered.

Anyone here using an older fork-truck than this?

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