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Sears Forklift

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11-21-2017 15:15:07

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Hi, I'm new here.
I saw an old pasting about some Sears Forklift attachments.
We have had one for years and was told that it was a Prototype. But in seeing the posts, i would like more info and history if anyone has some.
Our's is the Front Mount type.
Thanks for any help.

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11-24-2017 11:24:02

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 Re: Sears Forklift in reply to neetoldjunk, 11-21-2017 15:15:07  
Here's another short vid of the 1556 FL in use.

It wasn't really that late at night as it was winter, and was spitting a bit of snow and rain mixed.

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11-24-2017 11:08:29

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 Re: Sears Forklift in reply to neetoldjunk, 11-21-2017 15:15:07  
I've seen pics of a front mounted FL on a Sears. It was powered by an electric motor at the rear of the tractor mounted on the ballast box.

I owned a Bolens 1886 with a front mounted FL. It appeared to be the same setup as the pics of the Sears one, other than having a PTO powered hydraulic pump.

Here's a link to a video I made of it when I first got it.

Here are some pics of it after I had it refurbished and two pics of the sears one.

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11-22-2017 15:02:42

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 Re: Sears Forklift in reply to neetoldjunk, 11-21-2017 15:15:07  
Without pitchers,it dint happen

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