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Common Clark Forklift Parts to Have Around



With shipping delays and supply chain issues caused by COVID-19, it's critical to keep certain Clark forklift parts on hand to keep operations running smoothly. At Trupar America, we've put together a list of common Clark parts we recommend you keep on hand.

Commonly Replaced Clark Forklift Parts to Stock Up On

The experts at Trupar America recommend that you keep the following commonly replaced Clark forklift parts in stock to keep your forklifts running efficiently:

Oil and Hydraulic Fluids

Oil and hydraulic fluids are critical to the life and operation of your forklifts. With a stock of oil and hydraulic fluids on hand, you will be able to keep your lines clean and your levels topped off, ensuring you get the most out of your machinery.

Lubricants

We also recommend keeping chain and cable lubricant and innerslide lubricant on hand. This will keep everything running smoothly and prevent you from interrupting operations to wait until you have the right products.

Air and Oil Filters

To extend the life of your forklift and increase fuel efficiency, oil and air filters are crucial. To get the desired performance results from your Clark forklifts, you need to replace the air and oil filters at regualr intervals as the manufacturer recommends. Keeping these on hand can help keep your Clark forklifts running smooth.

Brake Shoes

Keeping the brakes on your forklifts operating correctly is crucial to the safety of your operators and other employees. Properly maintaining your brake shoes will also help prevent costly drum brake replacements.

Clark Forklift Parts, Service, and More at Trupar America! 

At Trupar America, we stock a wide range of Clark forklift parts to help your stock up on what you need to keep your fleet running! We also have a state-of-the-art service center, where we can perform maintenance and repairs on your Clark forklifts. Contact us today to learn more!

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