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Good morning all,

We at MCS supply joystick controllers for aerial lift, cranes, bucket trucks, scissor lifts and boom lifts to name a few. If your looking for a joystick and want to save some money give us a call.

928 775-4918.

Thanks,

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MCS Industrial

Your Number #1 Source for New and Rebuilt Joystick Controllers for Bucket Trucks, Cranes, Boom Lifts and Scissor Lifts...WORLDWIDE

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Great people to work with. We have purchased new ones and have had them do rebuilds.


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Brian Phillips | expresssignandneon@sbcglobal.net | P. 812-882-3278

Express Sign & Neon | 119 S. 15th Street - Vincennes - IN 47591

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Brian,

Thanks for the reply, great doing business with you.

We appreciate your business.

Have a great day,

Ben


MCS Industrial

Your Number #1 Source for New and Rebuilt Joystick Controllers for Bucket Trucks, Cranes, Boom Lifts and Scissor Lifts...WORLDWIDE

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how much are rebuilds on sx series skyhoists?

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We charge $80.00 labor plus parts to rebuild most controllers, do you know what part number your controller is? If it is 87200351 Skyhoist controller they usually run about $225.00, we sell them new for $260.00.

Thanks for the inquiry, have a great day.

Ben.


MCS Industrial

Your Number #1 Source for New and Rebuilt Joystick Controllers for Bucket Trucks, Cranes, Boom Lifts and Scissor Lifts...WORLDWIDE

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new being from the factory, you rebuilding them, or you building your own

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Hi Keith

MCS Industrial Electronics Inc. has been in the business of rebuilding and manufacturing joystick controls, for countless types of equipment, for more than 30 years. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our products. We are product liability insured, and have numerous happy customers in the sign industry, one of them is Yesco. We would be happy to email a list of referrals to you if you would like us to. We offer free technical assistance for joystick-related matters. We have hundreds of joysticks in stock for same-day shipping. For more information about our company, please visit our website mcsindustrial.com. Our salesman is Ben. His direct email address is mcssales@cableone.net. If you would like to call us, our phone number is (928) 775-4918

Thank you for your interest in our company!

Frank Camp

President, MCS Industrial Electronics Inc.

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We have ordered from them with satisfaction met in every department, ordered online with no problems, part showed up a few days later. I Highly recommend MCS!

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i have a bucket truck joysticks that causes hydraulics to engage very weak. I can see the lower controls vibrate trying to engage when i activate the joystick. Would this be a joystick problem?

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Hi John,

Do all the joysticks have this symptom, or just one of them?

Regards,

Frank

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Ah, okay. It could be as simple as adjusting the output trimpots. You can call me at (928) 775-4918 and I will be glad to help you with the adjustment procedure. I am here from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Arizona time.

I look forward to helping you.

Frank

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Hi John! I am so glad I was able to save you $260.00 by helping you adjust the trimpots on your joystick controller! In just 5 minutes you were up and running! If you have any other questions or need any technical assistance with your Elliott joystick controllers, don't hesitate to call!

Frank Camp

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Thank you Frank for helping me out. Frank is very knowledgeable and patient. Highly recommend!!

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