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Lansing FOER 18 1.5/1.6
  • Ozdog
  • New South Wales, Australia
Hi guys, I have an old Lansing FOER 18 1.6 electric forklift. It has done little work and is otherwise running well. But the potentiometer is shot. The part number is [PD00336178] LANSING 3573604702 and the unit I moved from the truck is an old Colvern CP160391552K0M - a 2k ohm potentiometer. I don't know if it is original or not. But I wonder if anyone can point me to where I could locate an original or replacement part, or substitute part.

I was also wondering where I could obtain any technical data sheets and diagrams of this truck and/or any of its components?

I'm really hoping I find someone to help. Cheers...

Compromise is not an option
  • Posted 8 May 2019 08:06 PM
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