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DISCUSSION FORUMS : Forkliftaction.communicate
Forum: Safety, training & legislation
Discussion:  Tilted forward at full height
Number of messages: 4

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paddyB
Queensland, Australia

Hi Guys,
We are supposed to check forks/tines at full extent.
Does that mean that the tines are tilted forward at full height or taken down to eye level and then tilted fully forward?
Pat


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Posted 17 Jul 2015 01:23 PM Reply  Report this message
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rodneyW
Queensland, Australia
I am in the understanding that you check the mast to full extent then lower to maintain stability then check side shift then tilt when you can see them.

Posted 17 Jul 2015 01:31 PM Reply  Report this message
DaveP
Somerset, United Kingdom
In the UK, I woud always advise that, when checking the hydraulic systems, the lift function is checked over the whole range with the mast vertical. This will (a) prove that it works correctly, (b) lubricate the hydrualic ccylinders, (c) discharge any build-up of fluid over the pistons. With the fork arms lowered to eye level, the tilt and sideshift, and any other function should be checked. In some trucks, the extent of mast tilt at high level is restricted so any tilt check at this level is compromised.

Posted 27 Aug 2015 07:12 PM Reply  Report this message
Forkingabout
england, United Kingdom
Toyota counter balance machines have SAS which will restrict the mast tilt forward once the forks are in the main lift area.

Posted 27 Aug 2015 08:52 PM Reply  Report this message


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