Hyster E50XL:
Part number

Hi does anyone have a part number for the mast wear pads off the carriage on a hyster E5.50XL s/n E098N02756J ??
Many thanks
Stu
  • Posted 19 Sep 2017 19:02
  • Discussion started by stealthcamper
  • Merseyside, United Kingdom

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