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1954 Clark Yardlift Y2000

Hello everyone. I have a 1954 Clark Yardlift Y2000 10 Ton forklift that I have been using around the yard for several years. Got it on Craigslist for a good deal. I was moving some items around yesterday and the clutch popped and went to the floor. I opened the view port at the top up and could see pieces of the throw-out bearing as it had fallen apart. I took the transmission off and got everything out. I have searched online and I cannot find any information related to this old beast. Can anyone point me in the right directions for information and possibly some parts? I definitely need a throw-out bearing. While everything else seems in on shape, I would likely replace any parts I can get a hold now while I have the transmission removed.

I made a call to Holt California in our area this morning. I am waiting to hear back from them, but I am not hopeful that they will have what I need.

Thanks ahead for any help.
  • Posted 17 Nov 2020 04:49
  • Discussion started by aSTRo209
  • California, United States
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1954...Thats back when they made things to last....You'll never see anything made in the last 30 years or so still working 60 years later I dont care what brand it is.
  • Posted 4 Dec 2020 03:57
  • Reply by Fork1t
  • South Carolina, United States
If you can't lift it,fork it!
d.majerczak@yahoo.com
Well, I guess I wrote this too soon. Apparently clutch parts have not changed a lot over the years and my local clutch brake exchange had the bearing in stock! They pressed it on for me for free and everything! I took the other parts with me so they could inspect and they said everything else looked ok, so I did not inquire about any other parts but I bet they would be able to get everything pretty easily except the flywheel.

Thanks anyway folks!!
  • Posted 17 Nov 2020 10:06
  • Reply by aSTRo209
  • California, United States

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