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Truck Mounted Forklifts
  • Neil_F
  • New South Wales, Australia
I am interested on Truck mounted forklifts. Out of two types, rear mounted and side mounted; there is not much information on side mount types. What I mean is the designs of the mounting frames, who manufacture, safety aspects, how **** to accidents compared to rear mounted etc.

Can you please share what you know about side mount devices and their operations in lifting the forklift onto the truck bed?
  • Posted 30 Nov 2007 11:13 AM
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  • Leon_W
  • Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom
Sorry dont no much about them, but Manitou do a couple of types. Speak to your local dealer.
  • Posted 18 Dec 2007 03:42 AM
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