Operate a stand-up forklift by looking around you at all times to make sure nobody is in the way, and use your hands and feet to control the unit. Use the handle on the forklift to move it back and forth, and use the buttons on the handle to control the fork.
Press forward on the handle while gently stepping on the gas to move forward. Stop by lifting your foot off the gas and bringing the handle back to the start position.
Slowly bring the handle toward your body, and press on the gas gently to reverse the forklift.
As you begin to move backward, sound the horn with your free hand to signal to anyone coming around the corner that you are moving in reverse and may not see them.
Learn the controls on the handle to move the fork up and down to either pick up or lower a load. Press the top button to insert the fork into the load and the bottom button to retract the fork back to the unit. Press the left button to raise the load and the right button to lower it.
Sun-Lite, Inc. of Bristol, Ind., manufactured Sun-Lite pop-up campers from 1982 to 2000. Sun Valley, Inc. of Howe, Ind., purchased the company in 2000 and continued to manufacture Sun-Lite model truck pop-ups until 2009 when the company ceased operations. Production ended with the 2008 year models.Full Answer >
Create a cardboard wedge that is roughly two-thirds as tall as the cutout and glue it perpendicularly to the back of the cutout. Once the glue is dry, it will be strong enough to help the cutout stand upright.Full Answer >
In terms of Honda motorcycles, "CBR" stands for cross beam racer. The motorcycle series' name derives from the fact that the four-cylinder engine is placed across the motorcycle's frame beams, according to Dan Hancock, a member of Honda's R&D team.Full Answer >
The abbreviation PTO stands for Power Take-Off. There are three types of PTO-controlled models that are used in tractors including the transmission, live and independent.Full Answer >