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MANITOU 160 ATJ Boom Lift.
Hello friends,

I search a service and parts manual for an Aerial Boom Lift Manitou 160 ATJ.Year of manufacture [url removed] want to fix some problems with reductors/frein.
Please, if somebody have manuals for it , send me an email with them.

Thanks !
Regards, Gabi!

gabihdh at yahoo dot com
  • Posted 21 Apr 2017 12:50 AM
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Hello gabi_q. Thank you for using our Forums but……

Forklift manuals are almost all considered "proprietary information". The only proper place to get them is from your local dealer who is the legal representative of the manufacturer. We all need to respect the intellectual property rights of the copyright holders.

Our Forum Readers can answer specific questions about particular concerns, and even quote small sections of the manuals (it's called "fair use" to intelligently discuss the particular concern), but cannot be seen as trying to get around the rights of the copyright holders (usually the manufacturer).

So please just describe your problem (without asking for a manual) and we are sure there are folks on the Forums here who can give you very well considered opinions about those concerns.

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  • Posted 21 Apr 2017 10:52 AM
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