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Figure 2-4. Truck stopping instructions
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TM-10-3930-631-12 Truck Lift Fork EMD Solid Rubber Tired Wheels 4 000 Lbs Capacity 144 and 180 In Lift Army Model MHE 227 Manual
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Figure 2-5. Lifting operation
TM 10-3930-631-12
motor speed and move truck.
WARNING
g.  After completing movement and with truck
Use
caution
when
approaching
parked, refer to paragraph 2-5 to stop truck. Park truck
doorways, aisles, intersections or other
on level surface if possible. If necessary to park truck on
workers.
an incline, block at least two wheels in event of parking
e.  Control direction of movement by turning
brake failure.
steering wheel (fig. 2-1) to guide truck.
CAUTION
Make sure forks are lowered to the
CAUTION
ground.
Avoid sudden stopping and starting.
Reduce speed on turns.
2-8. Lifting and Transporting a Load.
a. Refer to paragraph 2-7 and move the truck to
f.
To change direction of  travel, release
the vicinity of the load.
accelerator and depress brake pedal (fig. 2-1) to halt
b. As truck nears load, bring truck to a halt and
movement. After truck comes to a complete stop, move
raise or lower forks to position them under a load. Refer
forward and reverse lever to direction desired (F for
to figure 2-5 for lifting operations.
forward; R for reverse). Depress accelerator to increase
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