Clark TMG15:
Year of Manufacture

Serial # FMG248-0531-9570KF. Can anyone please tell me the year of manufacture?
  • Posted 14 Nov 2023 01:17
  • Discussion started by Randy_Meador
  • Alabama, United States
Randy F. Meador
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I gave all of my stuff to a trainee when I retired but I believe the lifts you are
Listed are 10-15 years old I'm trying to get in touch with a fellow I mentored to get that info
  • Posted 17 Nov 2023 01:50
  • Reply by John_Bradley
  • Texas, United States
Jb69
Thanks!
  • Posted 17 Nov 2023 01:23
  • Reply by Randy_Meador
  • Alabama, United States
Randy F. Meador
Built 2001
  • Posted 17 Nov 2023 01:20
  • Reply by ErichO
  • Washington, United States

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