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Is this a C20B, and where to shop for LPG system?
  • ACTM8
  • Alaska, United States
I am new to forklifts, just purchased a Clark that has faded military markings on it. Some data plate info is below-
Army Model MHE-207
Clark Model 1756420
SN PR-44
PRG# 10468232
NSN 3930-436-1411
ENG SN 2653
Date Manuf 4-70

From browsing the web it looks like this may be equivalent to the civilian model C20B, is this correct?
This unit runs on gasoline, I'd like to convert it to LPG. Any suggestions as to where to get maintenance manuals and parts manual for a C20B LPG? I was able to find a copy of the military parts manual online.
Where do you guys get your parts for these old machines?


Military Model MHE-207 (C20B?)
  • Posted 21 Mar 2012 08:22 AM
Total replies: 3. Showing items 1 - 3 of 3 results.
Yes, C20B is the Clark model. You could get parts or a LP conversion kit from probably any forklift dealer or repair service. Maybe look on E Bay for a manual.
  • Posted 21 Mar 2012 08:39 PM
  • clay_d
  • California, United States
Try Becker Forklift Parts in Redding, CA. He will have them.
  • Posted 6 Jul 2012 02:03 AM
  • ACTM8
  • Alaska, United States
  • Posted 6 Jul 2012 02:11 AM
Total replies: 3. Showing items 1 - 3 of 3 results.

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