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TM 10-3930-242-12
d. Picking up Load on Improved Surfaces. Refer
to figure 2-6 for instructions.
LOAD CARRY POSITION SHOULD BE 20-24 INCHES ABOVE THE GROUND TO THE HEEL
NOTE:
OF FORKS AND 21-23 INCHES FROM TREAD OF FRONT TIRE TO THE HEEL OF FORKS.
INNER AND OUTER BOOM SHOULD BE MARKED AT THIS POINT FOR QUICK OPERATOR
REFERENCE.
STEP 1:
APPROACH LOAD SQUARELY WITH LIFT FORKS AT CORRECT HEIGHT AND SPACED
TO DIVIDE LOAD EVENLY. BE SURE LOCK ASSEMBLIES ARE SECURE IN THE CHAIN,
AND THAT THE SPECIAL LOCK HANDLES ARE IN THE LOCKED POSITION.
DEPRESS INCHING PEDAL ABOUT HALFWAY TO MOVE FORWARD SLOWLY UNTIL LIFT
STEP 2:
FORKS ARE COMPLETELY UNDER LOAD.
DEPRESS INCHING PEDAL FULLY TO NEUTRALIZE TRANSMISSION.
STEP 3:
ACCELERATE ENGINE SLIGHTLY, NOT MORE THAN 1/2 THROTTLE OR APPROXIMATE-
STEP 4:
LY 1500 RPM.
PULLBACK FORK LIFT CONTROL LEVER AND PICK UPLOAD.
STEP 5:
PULLBACK FORK TILT CONTROL LEVER TO TILT LOAD AND PREVENT ITS SLIPPING
STEP 6:
FROM LIFT FORKS.
PULLBACK FORK EXTENSION CONTROL LEVER TO RETRACT LOAD TO CARRY POSI-
STEP 7:
TION AND BETTER BALANCE TRUCK.
TA501573
Figure 2-6. Picking up load on improved surfaces.
e. Picking up Load on Unimproved Surfaces.
Refer to figure 2-7 for instructions.
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