Discussion:
No more Mitsubishi engine in the Clark C25

what do you tell me about this.
now the engine is a Hyundai 2.5L
any comment about this
  • Posted 20 Jun 2010 03:25
  • Discussion started by raul_s
  • San Luis Potosi, Mexico
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I really do miss the Mazda industrial motor
  • Posted 26 May 2020 20:55
  • Reply by triumphrider
  • Texas, United States
I am looking to buy a rebuilt engine for a Clark Lift truck CGG 25 s/n C365L -0514 9460FB-- TYPE LP
need a Mitsubishi 35Kw
Type MG 4 G64
Clark number 2793312
cariola
Morning Joed, I know when the automotive arm of Hyundia first started up, they were not all that great. But over the last 15 years they greatly improved the drive train and now boast a really decent factory warranty on them. I wouldn't mind checking one out either.
  • Posted 28 Jan 2011 23:05
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
The Hyundai equipped Clarks are just becoming available from the factory from what I hear. Another month or so and hopefully I can get my hands on one for a demo.
  • Posted 28 Jan 2011 22:46
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
Anybody know a dealer that has the Clark with the HMC 2.4L, for a testdrive?
  • Posted 28 Jan 2011 06:00
  • Reply by Forklift_Fan
  • Colorado, United States
I took a call in the high desert area once on a Clark C40 that was a no-start. Got there and found out it was an ammo place. They were COD, so the owner asked me if I would like to pop off a few rounds with his Colt 1911 while I waited for the check!! Too cool. Also took one at a parts DC in Ontario once on a orange 7FBCU30, got there and found out that the operator thought it would be a good idea to pressure wash his forklift outside to make it look pretty, that was about a 5000$ shop job!!!
  • Posted 16 Nov 2010 01:30
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
While I was trying to clean up a little, my dispatcher calls and wants me to stop off at a Home Depot in Beaumont for a broke down order picker. All I could say was not no but **** no. I explained that the whole right side of my uniform, from my collar to my boots was soaked in mud that smelled like 260,000 lbs of rotten shrimp......she didn't argue. I came back out and took the call the next AM.
  • Posted 16 Nov 2010 01:14
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
Working for Toyota, I had a customer that made dog food for Wal Mart. I swear everytime I blew the trucks off the crows would just swoop down and start cawing and eating. The oil residue from the bone meal caused my pets to do the same thing!!!
  • Posted 16 Nov 2010 01:01
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
Heh heh heh. Wanna talk about loosing sockets! Same RTW. 3 days after hurricane Ike I was dispatched down to the coastal town of Port Arthur by my dispatcher for first thing in the AM. First question I asked her, "can I get down there...are the roads open?" She said the customer said yes and the call was that their RTW and 7400 both got wet. I figured that the power went out and it probably started raining in the freezer and both these lifts are captured as there is no ramp, only dock doors. I normally would take I10 and then jump on 86 south. As I get to Trinity river bridge I see that they had just plowed all of the surge debris (12' tall) to the shoulders.....there were cars stciking out of it almost to the top! Then I pass one of those big flashing signs that stated "CAUTION HOUSE IN ROAD". Lo and behold a half mile further was a single story house washed off it's foundation and sitting on the service/feeder road. Lanes on I10 were blocked off due to power lines in the highway. I jump off at 86, travelled a couple of miles just to find the highway closed off. Deep water as far as the eye can see. So now I'm stuck taking the long way around through Beaumont. I finally get to the cust. site and realized how deep of crap I'm in for. This shrimp packaging plant is right on a canal. Their conveyor had been washed right out the wall and into the parking lot. The cust. comes out and tells me he's got to have one of the lifts running today as he has to get 260,000 lbs of rotting shrimp out of the freezer. I go in and there is 4" of silt water through out the freezer. I asked how deep was the water level before and he shows me a waterline about 4' up the inside wall. Needless to say the place stunk. I grab a pallet to kneel on. The cust. stated that the RTW is plain dead and the 7400 has a 8C code. My first question is, "Did you let the salt water out of the panels before starting them?" His reply was "should we have?" So, I pull all the panels, clean the mud from the contactors and blow out the trucks. The RTW was completely shorted out. The 7400 popped a 8C code and I thought this I can fix! I pull the deadman pedal assy to change the switch and drop one of the little 8-32 screws through the hole in the floor and into the silt mud. 15 minutes later I finally find it and I have fish smelling silt mud up to my armpits now. Finish changing the switch and go to reattach the assy only to drop my 13mm socket through the same hole. After 10 minutes I couldn't find it so grabbed another from my van and lo and behold lost that one as well to the silt. With my 3rd and last 13mm socket I managed to get it back together only to now get a code 26. As I'm walking back to my van I slip and bust my a$$ in the mud. I then told the customer that he was SOL and the lift needed to go to the shop. Arranged for pick up and delivery of a rental. Cleaned up as best I could and drove 2 1/2 hours home. The dogs fell in love with my uniform.
  • Posted 16 Nov 2010 00:57
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
Sounds just like a LINDE h series. I lost more sockets on those dang trucks.
  • Posted 15 Nov 2010 23:13
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
Yup, but the RTW had a bottom plate to help keep water from getting up to the motors and electronics. If you ever have to work on the lift motor/pump, make sure ALL your wrenches are magnetized! Had to work on one that was captured in a freezer a couple of years back. My hands were shaking so bad I kept dropping nuts and washers under the motor. By the time I was done I had invented new cuss words in languages I didn't even know.
  • Posted 15 Nov 2010 22:48
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
I concur totally Joed, one of the benifits of the red three wheel stand up is the fact that the drive motors are so high off the ground. I had an operator here drive thru a puddle outside on an ERC060, dc unit. Nice electrical arc sound and a blinding flash, that drive motor was toast.
  • Posted 15 Nov 2010 22:42
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
chublil, we have been demoing one but as with any electric, it can't be used outside to unload trucks when it's raining. So, even though the lifting capacity is good we'll be sending this one back. I haven't popped the covers on it for this reason but it looks like an RTW with a fourth wheel. And in my opinion the RTW sucked.
  • Posted 15 Nov 2010 22:32
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!
Joed Even though I am partial to the red line on certain models, the red sitdown I would pass on. Dont know if you have demoed one or are planning to get one, but I would reconsider.
  • Posted 14 Nov 2010 05:43
  • Reply by chublil
  • California, United States
Fix it right!!!
Herb, I live in Houston. Where are you located in La?
  • Posted 8 Nov 2010 23:06
  • Reply by joe_d
  • Texas, United States
Ain't nothing I can't fix but a broken heart and the break of day!

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