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What can you do with a folklift?

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by thierrys, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. thierrys

    thierrys Member

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    Most creative way people use a lift. What's your creative way of using heavy equipment?
    http://bit.ly/2kwsnHF

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  2. gtermini

    gtermini Well-Known Member

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    The commuter car sits too close to the ground to use the regular oil change ramps. Problem solved...

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    They're also handy when the combine driver loads you WAY too heavy

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  3. kshansen

    kshansen Senior Member

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    Just need to find three more and you would have it made! Glad to see you put at least some blocking under that wheel!