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jafo



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Registration date : 2009-06-06

PostSubject: jafo's work vehicle   Tue 25 Sep 2012, 11:25 am

my new work vehicle

cost $128,000
make Hubtex
model MD 30
type side lift
power 24 volt
max speed 8kmh
4 wheel steering














ok so by now your thinking WTF,
it's a forklift we just had delivered and my new toy at work.
i took some photos and will explain what everything does under each one
so here we go










this is what it looks like


this is how you get in and out seat is on a pivot with locking device and pressure sensor so if your not on the seat and its not locked in place all power is disconnected to wheels and lifting mechanism.



accelerator and brake pedals recessed into floor


rearview mirror and camera monitor 2 cameras atm 3rd coming
as when you have a long load you cant see the end of it while driving forward


this is the joystick that controls the tines and mast and wheel direction
the buttons are horn/tines close/tines open/two arrows not used/T traction control/the button in the centre is your direction switch as well as the buttons on the dash monitor in next photo.


home screen

forward reverse

normal steering mode when wheels turn so do these on monitor

crab walk good for reversing away from racking and other things

360 mode for turning on the spot

also has left and right motion but i forgot to take a photo of that


this is the steering wheel tiny little thing but very touchy


battery pack 24 volt all the tubing is to fill with fluid if a cell gets low just hook up the hose to the bottle of distilled water and auto fill takes over when the gauge stops spinning remove hose batteries are full simple really
all the caps with the white dots are the water level gauges if a cell is low the dot drops down and you know you need water.

if your wondering where the key is there isn't one it works on security code you need to punch into it before you drive it every driver has their own code
so far has only done 8 hours since new so still getting used to it but is great fun to drive.
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PostSubject: Re: jafo's work vehicle   Thu 27 Sep 2012, 2:06 pm

Ooooow. Fancy.


My work has OLD crown reach trucks. They rattle and vibrate that much you get a massage...







So, have you scratched it yet? Wink
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jafo



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PostSubject: Re: jafo's work vehicle   Thu 27 Sep 2012, 9:05 pm

ZombieVN wrote:


So, have you scratched it yet? Wink

not yet had it a week now all good
only scratches are on top of forks and feet from transporting material these can not be avoided
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PostSubject: Re: jafo's work vehicle   Fri 28 Sep 2012, 4:43 am

Dose it have gps and collision sensors scratch … use to have them on a forklift I used at work, every time I would straighten a stack of pallets it would go off and the boss would run down to see what had been hit lol!
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PostSubject: Re: jafo's work vehicle   Fri 28 Sep 2012, 7:43 am

slug08 wrote:
Dose it have gps and collision sensors scratch … use to have them on a forklift I used at work, every time I would straighten a stack of pallets it would go off and the boss would run down to see what had been hit lol!

no it dont have gps or collision sensors but it does log everything you do and how long it takes to do it Rolling Eyes


only just got its first full charge last night as the tool room kept switching the powerpoint of where it was plugged in took me a while to figure out why it wasnt charging at night Evil or Very Mad
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PostSubject: Re: jafo's work vehicle   Wed 03 Oct 2012, 1:40 pm

Have to bring it out on the next cruise Very Happy
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