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    Default Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    Came with the tractor, obviously modified for a tractor. Lifts but leaks down, so pulled ram and took gland to local seal supplier. They can't match them up with anything, so I was wondering if anyone can point me in a direction? There's no name on the lift, but there are part numbers. Ram has 19883 punched into it.-dsc_0001-jpg-dsc_0003-jpg-dsc_0005-jpg

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    Default Re: Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    Wonder if a forklift repair place could help you ?
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    Default Re: Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    Never even thought that would exist ... sure enough, found "All-brand forklift repair" 80 miles from me (which is actually close where I live).
    Not open today, but I'll give them a call on Monday. Looks like there's still hope! Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Default Re: Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    Good luck ! Keep us posted. Looks like a handy item.
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    Default Re: Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    That looks a lot like the mast setup on my Hyster, any forklift repair place should have the seals. They shouldn't cost much either, before I bought mine from work we did the mast and it was $21 or something, a few years ago and fleet discount. Still holding good today.
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    Default Re: Can you ID this fork lift attachment?

    that lift looks a lot like an older Edwards Fork Lift,, Manufactured in Yakima Wa. by Edwards Equipment Manufacturing.. They still make a large line of 3pt lifts,, check out their website for picts. rasp21.

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