39--Forklift: Clark Model C30- LPG- Triple Upright
U.S. Department of State, FedBid.com -- for Department of State procurements only. | Published November 9, 2010 - Deadline November 10, 2010
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The Department of State requires the following items, Brand Name or Equal, to the following:
LI 001, CLARK MODEL C30- LPG- TRIPLE UPRIGHTBasic Capacity @ 24" LC: 6,000 lbs.
SPECIFICATIONS:- Triple Stage Mast: 189" Maximum Fork Height, 85.6" Overall Height Lowered, 57.7" Free Lift, Standard tilt range 5 degrees Back / 6 degrees Forward. STANDARD FEATURES:- Mitsubishi balanced 2.4 L, 4G64 LPG with electronic governor, NGVI / Woodward LPG system, EPA compliant system with diagnostics. U.L. Type LP listed.- Single speed Powershift transmission.- Operator cell with isolation mounts.- Cowl mounted control levers.- Power steering.- Tilt steering wheel.- Raised air intake.- High capacity cooling system.- LED/digital full featured instrument display with digital and audible warnings of engine functions.- Automatic engine shutdown system.- Low fuel warning light.- Automotive style fuse box.- Rear tie downs.- Neutral Shift Feature.- 1 year/2,000 hours warranty on Basic Truck.- 2 years/4,000 hours warranty on Major Components.- Full suspension vinyl safety seat.
OPTIONAL FEATURES INCLUDED:- Audible Backup Alarm.- Auxiliary Valve- Single for 2 Hoses (1 aux function).- 41" wide, Hook Type, ITA Class III Carriage.- Hose Adaptations- Single- 2 Hoses Internal.- 2 Headlights- OHG Mounted, 12 volt.- Yellow Strobe Light.- Clark Green Paint.- Sideshifter, Class III- 41" fork spread, 41" overall width, 8" Total Sideshift.- 8.15 x 15 Solid Pneumatic Drive Tires.- 6.5 x 10 Solid Pneumatic Steer Tires.
REMARKS:- One LP tank, 33lbs, included.- One H211531, Steel Hopper, 1 yard, self dumping, caster wheels, included., 1, EA;
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