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Top 3 Signs Your Forklift Brakes May Fail

Pop quiz: which of the following issues are clear warning signs a forklift’s brakes need to be repaired:

  1. A grinding noise
  2. Soft or spongy brakes
  3. Grabby brakes
  4. Brake squeal

Bad forklift brakes put your workers and your company in jeopardy. That’s why...

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Forklift Replacement Parts: Should I Use OEM VS. Aftermarket Parts?

When you’re managing a forklift fleet, uptime is your main focus. Forklift fleet managers see the big picture of their forklifts and their impact on the company’s bottom line. If you haven’t considered the value rather than the cost of your forklift...

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Do You Know How to Read a Forklift Data Plate?

Your forklift’s data plate (also known as a nameplate) provides essential information about the truck’s capabilities and limitations. Every forklift operator should understand how to read forklift data plates, especially the load capacity chart.

The...

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Forklift Chain Replacement: 6 Signs Your Mast Chain May Fail

There are accidents, and then there are incidents. Accidents are often the results of carelessness: a forklift operator gets too close to a rack and scrapes the paint, a nail in the yard creates a flat tire, someone forgets to charge a forklift’s...

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8 Frequently-Replaced Clark Forklift Parts To Keep On Hand

Forklift parts are a little harder to get these days due to shipping delays and supply shortages caused by COVID-19. Avoid unnecessary downtime by keeping commonly-replaced forklift parts on hand.

Keep reading for a list of eight frequently-replaced...

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Forklift Extensions: What You Need to Know

Forklift extensions, also known as fork extenders or long lifts, temporarily make your forks longer. Many industries use forklift extensions (logistics, warehousing, manufacturing, agriculture, food and grocery, etc.) because fork extenders make it easy...

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