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Forum: Technical arena
Discussion:  Clark Model GCX17E
Number of messages: 5

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JohnPT
Maine, United States
I have an older clark that the mast drops while under a load.  The bigger the load the quicker it drops.  mostly when the load is in the second and third stage.  The hydrolic fluid is full and there are no noticable leaks.  Is there a bleeder screw that I can try and where is it or do I possibly have something more going on here?

Posted 7 Jan 2012 00:48 AM Reply  Report this message
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nacsand_n
Madrid, Spain

possible inner leaks in lifting cilinders or should check main valve unit.

Regards

Posted 7 Jan 2012 02:58 AM Reply  Report this message
bigGlittlestar
United States
Sounds like you need to get the lift cylinders resealed.

Posted 7 Jan 2012 03:42 AM Reply  Report this message
JohnPT
Maine, United States
The boom was rebuilt about 7 years ago.  The lift is used often but not constent, maybe a couple of hours a day total.  I am leaning toward that myself.  I thought I would try bleeding the system before having the cylnders rebuilt but dont know where a bleeder screw is.      

Posted 7 Jan 2012 04:25 AM Reply  Report this message
7777
New York, United States

You can bleed to the cows come home and it'll still drop. sometimes the inner tubes are pitted and rusty, this causes premature packing ware and the load drops.  check the tubes when you take it apart.

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thanks for the assistance. JCFORKLIFT@gmail.COM

Posted 7 Jan 2012 07:02 AM Reply  Report this message

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