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Acroba forklifts Current Models - Specifications

Acroba FA15 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.) Acroba FA20 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.)
Acroba FA25 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.) Acroba FA30 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.)
Acroba FA35 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.) Acroba FA40 World - Forklift - Conventional (I.C.E.)
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Acroba forklifts In The Discussion Forums

Forklift automatically fully charged after 1hour Last post:[ 17 Sep 2015 ] - Technical arena
TCM ACROBA FA20D - J Last post:[ 31 Aug 2015 ] - Technical arena
TCM FAB-25 Acroba Last post:[ 22 Dec 2010 ] - Technical arena
forklift-komatsu-fb15ex-7 arion: error 3 and error 23. Last post:[ 9 May 2010 ] - Lifting machines
diesel engine Last post:[ 24 Nov 2009 ] - Technical arena
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All about Acroba forklifts

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