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Zetor ND 9-030

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by partsandservice, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. partsandservice

    partsandservice Senior Member

    Feb 14, 2011
    I have this zetor forklift. Zetor North America still has parts support for the tractor but not the lift. It uses 100 pitch double roller chain, one of which is broken. What I need are the clevis that pins to the end of the chain and is the slack adjuster. Seems this would be an industrial part that would have applications other than a forklift. I have searched a forklift salvage yard but none of the other brands have roller chain, but rather what I think is called a leaf chain. Internet searches also come up empty, but I could be using the wrong terminology. I have searched for 100 pitch double roller chain clevis, slack adjuster amoung others. Any help or ideas would be great. Let me know if explanation was not enough. I took the clevis to a machine shop to make me two, but they have had for months and don't seem to have the desire to build them. If pics are needed I will go get it and post them . Thanks Keith