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Old Manitou rough terrain
  • bob_c
  • caithness, United Kingdom
Hi
I have just aquired a rather old manitou rough terrain forklift it says on the plate its a BF Series 1.
I think it has a ford engine looks like a bit like a tractor with a white bonnet.
I wonder if anyone would know where I could get a manual for this model as i would like to do some work on it.
Bob
  • Posted 11 Mar 2014 04:46 AM
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  • bob_c
  • caithness, United Kingdom
I think I can see a type number on the plate could be MB26JC
  • Posted 11 Mar 2014 05:01 AM
  • Leon_W
  • Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom
MB 26 JC is a good model number. i think you need catalogue number 47463. Normally you can order parts cd from you local manitou dealer. They are very resonably prices.
  • Posted 17 Mar 2014 06:09 PM
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