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As your load raises higher off the ground, your chances of causing a tip __________.
A forklift with a 5,000lb capacity can lift any object, as long as it is 5,000lbs or less.
The forklift has a 4,400lb capacity, if the Center of Gravity is within 24″ of the backrest. Your load is an 10′ long set cart, and you HAVE to pick it up “the long way”. The set cart appears to be evenly loaded. What is the forklift’s NEW “safe load capacity” for that set cart?
If the set cart is evenly loaded, the new lift capacity would be lbs.
Enter you answer using this format: X,XXX (<–Use a comma or the machine will think you are wrong =)
The Center of Gravity on the evenly loaded set cart is half its length.
When picking up a palette load, it does NOT matter which side of the palette you enter with the forks.
On a vertical mast fork, using the “tilt” feature can cause dramatic Center of Gravity shifts – especially with a raised load. In fact, it is possible to tip the forklift over backwards!