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B-1 fork lift done!!!

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This is the fork lift I picked up this spring off of ebay that two of my friends told me about, Mike Beiry (MDB) and John Jackson(Jfrank). I linked the topic that tells how it was found some years ago then lost and also the topic on when we went to get it. it did not come with the weights or forks. I had my good friend Keith (Krusty) help me with them and they turned out very nice!! http://simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=46101&SearchTerms=Forklift http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=116683&SearchTerms=fork,lift






this is a picture of where it sat for at least 10 years
this is a picture of the weights i made
and here is a picture of the forks club member krusty made



the tractor before i put the fork lift on
every thing i had to take off to put fork lift on












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Its already said well - WOW Great pics (but those sideways ones sure make my head spin) I've heard of tall mailboxes for airmail but looks like theres a higher need for a generator as well.

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