4000-pound load capacity. Service range of 1.75 to 6 inches. Can enter a pallet from any side. Made of durable, non-corrosive steel. Jack the forks and maneuver the entire truck with its loop-shaped pump handle. Features 101-degree turning radius. Grippy, rubber-coated handle features release trigger. Nose wheels make loading easier. 6" polyurethane steering wheels. Steel load wheels measure 1.7 inches in diameter. Overload bypass valve for safety.
There's a chance you might have to adjust the hydraulics when it arrives.
5500-pound load capacity. Maximum height of 7.25 inches. Measures 48.25 by 27 by 48 inches. Steel construction. Hand brake. Rubber steering wheels and polyurethane load wheels. Comfortable, rubber-coated handle. Outfitted with overload bypass valve for safety.
Unknown turning radius.
5500-pound load capacity. Forks measure 48 by 27 inches. Durable stainless steel frame. Robotic welded frame. Hydraulic pump. Lowers by foot. 210-degree turning radius. Corrosion-resistant, easy-rolling nylon wheels. Conforms to EN1757-2. Easy to assemble.
Instructions to install handle are not clear, but better directions can be found online. Once they're found, it's easy to install.
5500-pound load capacity. Heavy duty frame. Forks measure 36 by 27 inches. Robotic welding, heavy duty frame. Reinforced fork tips for heavy loads. 210-degree turning radius. Lowers by foot. Comfortable rubber-coated handle. Steering wheels and load rollers made of polyurethane. Powder coat finish. Lifts to a height of 4.53 inches. Hydraulic compartment fully sealed and galvanized. Cast iron pump.
It is difficult to figure out how to install handle based on the limited instructions.
4400-pound load capacity. Forks constructed from reinforced, triple-formed steel; measure 27 by 27 inches. Pump handle is spring-loaded to jack the forks and direct the truck. Articulating rear wheels for use on uneven surfaces. Powder coated finish. Wheels are poly-on-steel. Push rods let you adjust each fork in case there's an imbalance.
No turning radius listed.
A pallet jack is a trusted tool for moving and raising pallets carrying goods and supplies. Two of the most important factors in purchasing a pallet jack are capacity and max height. Most pallet jacks can handle between 4,000 and 6,000 lbs. A typical maximum height for pallet jacks is seven feet, but the minimum height can be just as important, with 3” being a common minimum. A tight turning radius allows for easy maneuverability in tight spaces, and wheels that roll smoothly while protecting your floor are crucial. Most pallet jacks are raised and lowered with the pump handle, but some designs are motorized for automated raising, lowering, and moving.
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