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TILT CYLS NO HOLD BACK
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Any advice please..... FOR THIS DOOSAN G18S-5 NK-00452.
THE TILT CYLS FALL BACK IF UNLOADED. THEY WORK FINE FUNCTION WISE BUT WHEN FORKS SET DOWN THE MAST JUST FALLS BACK.

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TKO Forklift and Equipment Repairs
Kamloops BC
250-819-6575
tkoforkliftservice@gmail.com
  • Posted 5 May 2017 07:10 AM
  • • Modified 5 May 2017 09:41 AM by administrator
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