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Re: lansing henley hercules 12.900 forklift

Post #11 by Jeremy Rowland » Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:56 pm

Bob when I said get new bits made I wasn't thinking of OEM parts but ones made by a local engineering company that have the skill to gear cut? I will have a look and see if I can find any forklift truck breakers there must be at least one around somewhere.

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Re: lansing henley hercules 12.900 forklift

Post #12 by rbock0 » Mon Jul 01, 2019 9:11 pm

Jeremy, 3J,s in the UK would do quote, but they need a sample or tec. drawings. i have had gears manufactured here for over head crane,s and such. typically the cost of a one off is 80% of the cost of a small run. this sucks, the truck is in great shape and runs strong. i guess i can let it sit a bit more before sending it to the scrap hopper. if i could find a breaker that had older trucks that would probably be my best bet . made a few inquiries today in UK . hopefully something will come up. thanks for you time. bob bock


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Re: lansing henley hercules 12.900 forklift

Post #13 by Jeremy Rowland » Mon Jul 01, 2019 9:38 pm

Bob I don't know how many you have contacted but I have had a quick browse; http://www.forktruckbreakers.com/about.html and will see what other links I can find for you. Another one to try sales@thepartscentre.co.uk and another one http://www.lsforklifts.com/

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