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Post by xman on Sat 04 Jun 2011, 3:02 am

hi all
I posted a question on an other discussion area by accident ,oops!
so will re post it here, sorry and thanks in advance.
I am looking for building instructions for a so called "vintage technics forklift". bought on ebay for my son and it was delivered a bit broken up (postie through it over fence!!). My son is now a bit upset and I'm a bit frustrated at not being able to put it back together correctly.
Any ideas pls?

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Post by TazManiac on Sat 04 Jun 2011, 7:08 am

Do you know the set number?
If so I'd search http://www.peeron.com/ for the instructions.Good luck.

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Post by xman on Sat 04 Jun 2011, 7:42 am

Hey
thanks for help, i dont have no.
was there ever, or is there now a term 'Vintage technic"? as this is apparently what it is.(family friend bought it from ebay ) it stands about 150mm high mainly red and grey with a chain that drives the fork up and down from a side bar and yellow light spins from bar at rear, the rear wheels have rack and pinion type steering
hope this description can prompt a direction to go or style to go off.
cheers
x

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Post by xman on Sat 04 Jun 2011, 8:36 am

Yeah success
Thanks for help guys it is the 8835-1 fork and it looks like it has had a bit of adjusting done to it, so now to the printer and "we can rebuild it"
cheers all
see you soon

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