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Discussion:  Help w/Clark Serial Number/Model Identification
Number of messages: 2

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martin_h
Louisiana, United States
Thanks for a great site.  I discovered it a few weeks ago while researching a collection of old lift manuals.  I learned about the Atlas Serial Number Guide through here and it's helped me out immensely.  
However, the guide I have stops around 1981 and I have a manual that was produced later than that.  It has no model number written on it, only a serial number.  I was hoping someone on here would be willing to use a more current copy and tell me the model number and year of a lift w/the serial number ending in #6315.   Also, the part number of the manual is I-252-2, if that helps.
Thank you.
-Martin

Posted 30 Jul 2011 02:41 AM Reply  Report this message
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duodeluxe


The model # is GPS .... . I can't tell by the serial # what the capacity is. It can be a 4000#,5000# or 6000# capacity. A 4 or 5000# truck would have a 16" carriage and a 6000# truck would have a 20" carriage and bigger drive tires. The year is 1986 and should have a Waukesha engine.
If you call a Clark dealer with the complete serial # they would be able to tell you what the full model # is.

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