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Info needed on old Clark
  • Paco
  • Michigan, United States
I just finished getting my boss' old Clark forklift running. It is a flathead 4 cyl propane Clark. It runs on a six volt system. The number off the side is CL728EO133LPQ (as best as I can tell) Any info would be appreciated. I spent some days working on this thing that no one had touched in over fifteen years and would like to know anything about it. Thanks!!!!
  • Posted 20 Feb 2009 11:10 AM
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I believe that would be called the Carloader and probably has a Continental Y91 or N62 motor, Delco starter and generator. You should be able to still get steering, brake and clutch parts for it. I put a clutch in one of those a few years ago and took the mast off and "walked" it away from the front of the lift by hand.
  • Posted 20 Feb 2009 09:48 PM
  • • Modified 20 Feb 2009 10:29 PM by poster
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