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Forklift POLL on what lifts you work on and CONS VS PROS

Curious on what forklift fleet mechanics/techs work on and their opinions on those brands.
  • Posted 30 Nov 2020 05:40
  • Discussion started by Gator
  • Texas, United States
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I like the crown for parts availability at OEM and aftermarket and foot ease of access to diagnostics. Also built pretty well and provides a good operator experience for the most part.
  • Posted 1 Dec 2020 23:56
  • Reply by Yidnecks
  • New York, United States
You get what you pay for.... and you haven't paid.
these forums are barren
  • Posted 1 Dec 2020 22:53
  • Reply by Gator
  • Texas, United States

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Fact of the week

The Japanese eat over 17 million tonnes of fish per year and are the largest importer of seafood. In Japan seafood is a staple food and included in most meals.
Ice Castles in Lincoln, New Hampshire - United States
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The Japanese eat over 17 million tonnes of fish per year and are the largest importer of seafood. In Japan seafood is a staple food and included in most meals.
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