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Propane Forklift to CNG?

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  • Propane Forklift to CNG?

    Curious, is it feasible to even THINK of converting a Clark propane forklift to CNG?

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    Re: Propane Forklift to CNG?

    There are a lot of them out there. It would be an easy conversion and the stuff to do is available



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      Re: Propane Forklift to CNG?

      Beer Shaker,

      Yes, it is an easy conversion. The Propane Education and Research Council actually has a training curriculum that's available if you're serious. Let me know.

      The 'under-hood' equipment is generally IMPCO and can run on either LPG or CNG so the only changes are the addition of a 1st stage regulator and replacing the LPG tank with a CNG cylinder.

      There are 'kits' that mount on the end of the cylinder that have the regulator and coolant lines etc.

      Piece of cake!