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TM-10-3930-609-12 Truck Fork Lift Electric Solid Rubber Tires 2 000 lbs Capacity 144 In. Lift Manual
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TM 10-3930-609-12
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Section I. GENERAL
1-3. Report of Equipment Manual
1-1. Scope
Improvements
These instructions are published for the use of
personnel responsible for the operation and or-
Report of errors, omissions, and recommenda-
ganizational maintenance of Truck, Fork, Lift,
tions for improving this publication by the in-
Electric, Solid Rubber Tires, 2,000 Pound Capa-
dividual user is encouraged. Reports should be
city, Baker Model FTD-020-EE-SS, Army
submitted on DA Form 2028 (Recommended
Model MHE-204, Federal Stock No. 3930-935-
Changes to DA Publications) and forwarded di-
7864.
rect to the Commanding General, U.S. Army
1-2. Maintenance Forms and Records
Mobility Equipment Command, ATTN: AMS-
The DA forms and records used for equipment
ME-MPP, 4300 Goodfellow  Boulevard, St.
maintenance will be only these prescribed in TM
Louis, MO. 63120.
38-750.
Section II. DESCRIPTION AND DATA
reduction gearing, to a bevel ring gear and
1-4. Description
pinion in the axle, through the axle drive shafts
a. General. Army Model MHE-204 (Baker
and wheels.
Model-FTD-020-EE-SS, type EE, spark en-
d. Control System. The travel motor power
closed) is a nonntactical fork-Lift truck designed
and vehicle speed and direction are regulated by
for warehouse operation. This truck (fig. 1 and
a system which includes relays, an electronic
2) can be used to load, transport, unload, and
stack loads weighing as much as 2,000 pounds
SCR control system, an accelerating master switch
and directional switch providing stepless speeds
at a load center of 24 inches. (The load center
forward or reverse. A foot accelerator operates
is measured from the heel of the forks.) The
truck is designed to lift loads to a height of 144
the accelerating master switch to control the
inches.
speed of the truck.
b. Truck. Power for travel and lifting is by a
e. Steering System. The steering system in-
36-volt battery. The travel system includes
cludes a recirculating ball type steering gear
motor, motor controls, and power axle assembly
mounted at front of truck, connected by a drag-
to provide stepless speeds forward and reverse.
link to the steering bellcrank, tie rods, and steer-
The lifting system includes an electric motor,
ing knuckles, mounted on the trailing axle.
pump, controls, reservoir, lift and tilt cylinders,
f. Brake System. The brake system consists of
mast assembly, and forks. Hydraulic service
a mechanical parking brake and a hydraulic foot
brakes, and both hand and automatic parking
brake. The mechanical brake operates on a drum
brakes are used.
on the travel motor armature shaft. This brake
c. Power Axle and Motor Assembly. The
is applied either by a handle on the steering
power train consists of the travel motor, cou-
column, or automatically through spring action
pling; power axle with differential, axle shafts,
as the driver rises from the seat. The hydraulic
and wheels. Power is transmitted direct from the
brake is a conventional automotive type system,
travel motor through an adapter incorporating
effective only on the front (drive) wheels.
1-1

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