Caterpillar T50D:
Lp hose routng

I have a t50d cat forklift with a 1404 engine. We had a guy take the head off. Now he's not with us anymore and I'm stuck trying to figure out the hose routing from the mixer to the intake. As all hose are either missing or broken... any diagrams or explanations would be appreciated
  • Posted 20 Mar 2020 08:15
  • Discussion started by Dylan_Driedger
  • Manitoba, Canada
Dylan Driedger

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