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Raymond provides Model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck

July 25, 2016
The Raymond Corporation combines enhanced performance and ergonomics with the new Raymond Model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck.

The Raymond Corporation combines enhanced performance and ergonomics with the new Raymond Model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck.

This sit-down counterbalanced truck features an open-view mast design and integral sideshift on 4,000- and 5,000-pound-capacity trucks with three stage mast and full free lift. The 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck also includes both left- and right-side entry, and a full-suspension seat with four-way adjustability and tilt steering wheel. Enhanced ergonomics also include a lower step height and foot-activated parking brake.

“The Raymond 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck is a prime example of how our industry experience and customer-centric approach merge as we continuously focus on optimizing product performance,” said Craig Curtis, product manager for counterbalanced trucks. “Raymond’s Model 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck offers several unique features that add value for customers driving to maximize the efficiency and productivity of their operations.”

The 4750 sit-down counterbalanced truck features compartmentalized maintenance and the ability to check brake fluid levels from the dashboard. It also offers a no-tool floorboard that can be removed with no tools, allowing for easy access to the hydraulic tank for maintenance.

To learn more, access www.raymondcorp.com or call 800-235-7200.

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