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1951 clark Planeloader

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Old 02-02-2014, 02:23:35 AM
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Default 1951 clark Planeloader

Here's a photo of the forklift I just picked up this week.
hope this helps with the wheel post ( see other planeloader post.
This lift is very unique due to the cab it has.
the cab is made by Allen Industrial Products .
The clark book shows one with a cab but not like this one
the doors open backwards (suicide doors).
she runs on a continental f6209 mill.spec engine
and in running and working order it will pick 3500 lbs.
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Default Re: 1951 clark Planeloader

Just a comment on the engine---Cont'l used the prefix "FS" for at least some of their mil std engines; if that was ex-mil it could have a regular prod engine...
Neat little rig...
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It has a civil-defense badge on the door... cool!!!
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I have a clark planeloader like that without cab. I use it almost every day. LOVE IT
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Very cool rig indeed, love the piano hinges on the doors. Mike
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