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    I bought a bulldozer and a trencher today, look what they threw in to seal the deal. Don’t know much about it its been setting for a while. I will know more when I get it home.


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    I have a couple here, the "bleeding beast", Hyster 7k boxcar special....leaks transmission fluid like mad, me = too occupied with other stuff to figure it out, just keep pouring more in....sigh.




    And my trusty Clark C500-30, extremely handy in close quarters.



    Even can be used outside of the box (inside of the box, really!!) for setting trusses with a custom end-effector


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    I got a couple of my new toys home today.


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    ALL she wanted, had to use 4x4 to get around.


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    I used to have one of those little clarks just like that. Smoked a lot, and had to top off trans fluid occasionally, but couldn't be killed! Sold it to a buddy who is still using it afaik. Great little lift trucks!

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    Last week I switched from solid rubber tires to pneumatic tires. So much better now in the gravel and off road. I wish I did it years ago. Kept the same split rims. I was able to pop the original solid non marking tires off the rims with minimal issue. Installed the new tires with tubes and flaps. Currently running 60 PSI they are rated up to 143 PSI. Tires tubes and flaps were about $250 shipped.



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    Got another forklift, my good friend and I did some trading. This one was headed for the bone pile. The motor is bad and I have a good one out of an Allis forklift I will be parting out.


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    This is a Clark Cf25 that I just bought and would love to replace the muffler. Is it a hard job? Can I even find one? Thanks


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