All long with the other's point VENTALATION!!!Anyone have any advice for buying a used forlift? propane or electric??? is clark a good brand?
smooth, it will only be used indoors maybe on occasion in the parking lot. Maybe only used a few times a month. just would be handy for "those times" when we need one.Important question to ask is are you going to run it on a totally smooth surface or will it have to go over dirt/gravel ect....
That's the first thing you need to know to determine if you can go electric, gas or propane. Most electric have those little tiny wheels.
Next you need to know how high the reach is you will need.
I have two propane tanks and refill at a local grill store that sells propane. I filled the tank on it now in January, but I don't run it that often, maybe 1-2 hours a weeks at most.
If I could do it over again, I'd spend the extra dough on the full monty, one that has one of those extension sissor type things so you can reach into a pick up truck bed and then a side to side feature.smooth, it will only be used indoors maybe on occasion in the parking lot. Maybe only used a few times a month. just would be handy for "those times" when we need one.
the highest we would need to lift is probable 12-14 feet but gennerally just enough to take stuff off a flat bed truck
That lift actually belongs to a good friend of mine. He also has 2 different length jibs, a trash bin, a 7'x16' platform, a 4'x16' "diving board" platform and a box grader attachment. Some guys have all the cool stuff.:laughing:Loneframer hahah that squirtboom plow rocks! is that yours? plowing a roof seems scarey! but not as scarey as shoveling I guess. Think I would get some plexy and a heater tho