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Irisman FD30
Hello All,
Im looking for some information on an Irisman FD30P.

The company i work for, recently took over the service of this truck, apparently Irisman have gone bust and they cant get hold of parts. Just wanted to know if anyone out there had any info, parts manual, maintenance manual.

I know the engine is Isuzu and we can get parts for that, but other than that, its a pain.
  • Posted 17 Jun 2008 06:16 AM
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  • Leon_W
  • Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom
Irisman factory was bought by manitou, manitou have since improved the machine quite abit, depending on what parts you need your local manitou dealer might be able to help. The amnitou model is CD 30 P. One Stop Handling used to be the importer for irisman they might be able to help.
  • Posted 19 Jul 2008 12:30 AM
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