What year is my crown forklift?
On a Crown, the age of the equipment is stamped on the side of the mast in the following format: mm-dd-yy. Ask the seller to send you a photo of this information when selling the lift truck.
How much back tilt should be applied when picking up a load?
When carrying a load on level ground, the correct position of the forks is 100-150mm (4-6 Inches) off the ground and tilted back sufficiently to stabilise the load.
How much does a Crown forklift cost?
Price: $8,000 to $10,000.
You may find a 2005 Crown Quad Stand Up Forklift in the range of $8,000 to $10,000. It will have a standard load capacity of 4,000 – 5,000 pounds and a lift height capacity of 20 feet.
When parking or leaving the forklift you must remove the ignition key?
When parking a forklift, slowly bring the vehicle to a stop, set the parking brake, turn off the ignition and remove the keys. If you are parking on an incline, turn the front wheels away from the downgrade so the forklift will not slide.
What are 3 fluid levels that need to be checked before using the forklift?
Check of liquid Levels:
- Hydraulic fluid.
- Brake fluid.
- Engine oil coolant.
What is the proper way to check the fluid level in a hydraulic reservoir?
The proper hydraulic fluid level is important to the hydraulics system in your Geoprobe® machine. Check the hydraulic fluid level by looking at the sight glass on the side of the hydraulic tank (a Geoprobe® Model 54LT is shown), or on some units, by checking the dipstick on the hydraulic cap.