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Old 01-01-2012, 10:12 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by cyclops2 View Post
None of us can come close to causeing Power Pole fork truck connectors to EVER FAIL.

I rebuilt fork truck power leads very often & my final test was to put the truck against the wall and and floor it for 1 second.
Then I ran the truck up & down a steep hill to really heat up any loose connections or blow out other bad ones.

Never failed a test.

You CAN NOT damage fork truck pins & springs in them.
For those that have never seen a electric fork lift battery connector, these things mean business. They are huge, and have very beefy contacts. Some of those we had at work used 1/0 wire or heavier for battery cables. Those cables connected with the Anderson Power Pole connectors, or similar units from other suppliers.

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