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Manitou MT1740 electrical query/help
Hi All

I have a manitou mt1740, and am wanting to fit a switch to my aux circuit button, basically so when i am using attachment i dont have to hold the button on at the joy stick, i just need to flick the switch?

Is this possible?

  • Posted 16 Aug 2017 07:00 AM
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  • Budman
  • Alabama, United States
Not sure about that side of the pond, but on my side it would be breaking an OSHA Regulation. It's designed that way as a safety feature and you can not modify anything that has to do with capacity or safety without the manufacturers written permission and has to be performed to their specs.
  • Posted 18 Aug 2017 05:59 AM
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