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    In a pinch you can make up an extension hose. Just pick up the necessary fittings and couple between a grill tank and the propane hose on the truck. Set the tank on the platform next to you. I know it's tight but you do what you have to. I once ran mine on a small propane torch tank just to get it moved.

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    Default Namco model and serial number questions

    Hi Namco fans. I just committed to a Namco and have the usual questions about decoding the serial number and model number to fully understand what I have.
    Serial number 733260. Is that the 260th unit in the 3rd quarter of 1973?

    Model number is SU20-15. It is an Onan propane one. I see other people have model numbers that start with LC and some have suffixes such as G as in LC20-15G. Any insight into SU vs. LC and what the suffixes or lack thereof mean?

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    Percym,
    The SU20-15 denotes the capacity (2000#) at 15" on the forks. Don't know about the letters. Gas and propane have the same letters. As for the year.......no idea. Your unit weighs 3335#. Many different masts were available.
    If you would like a reprint of the manual, give me your address.
    Ray

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    Default Thanks to Ray Behner

    Hi Ray

    Thank you so much for the NAMCO Operator's Guide you sent me by mail. It answered many questions such as the difference between the SU20-15G and the LC20-15G.

    Michael Percy
    Airtime Aircraft – The ideal recreational aircraft
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    Long shot but throwing it out there
    I would love one of these propane lifts for my shop
    I need a lift every month or so....tired of calling the neighbor!
    I'm sure he's tired of it too
    Any one have one they might want to part with?
    Thanks
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcmachine View Post
    Long shot but throwing it out there
    I would love one of these propane lifts for my shop
    I need a lift every month or so....tired of calling the neighbor!
    I'm sure he's tired of it too
    Any one have one they might want to part with?
    Thanks
    Jon
    Scarcer than hens teeth.

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    That's not good...I have chickens and have never seen any teeth!
    Thanks Ray!

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    we have an electric a 20/20 and we are looking for a manual if anyone has a copy you can contact me thanks
    [email protected] or 860 583 1305 ...Steve

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    If you cannot find a used Namco, try looking for a used Crown lift. High quality and parts are available. Regards, Clark

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    FWIW: I used to sell a similar truck that had same specs as Namco when I sold for Clark dealer called Clearr made in Minn. that went bankrupt in 2010. Built both LP and gas standups and battery units. Decent product.


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