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Talntedmrgreen
Yeah, those machines have a tighter battery compartment. The LT batteries fit perfectly, though I'm not sure what OEM was. I've had no trouble with the LT's turning over the Model 19's, and don't think I've even replaced a battery in one of those machines. Your pump for the forklift is live all the time, and is the same Cessna as is used on my B-10 loader. There is very little resistence there, and I even pull started my machine for about a year. An LT battery is in it now, and has no trouble starting it, plus a hydrlift pump and the 10hp Briggs.

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