H135FT H155FT [H006]
100 SRM 1321
The lift truck must be put on blocks for some
types of maintenance and repairs.
moval of the following assemblies will cause
large changes in the center of gravity: mast,
drive axle, engine and transmission, and coun-
terweight. When the lift truck is put on blocks,
put additional blocks in the following posi-
tions to maintain stability:
• Before removing the mast and drive axle, put
blocks under the counterweight so the lift
truck cannot fall backward.
• Before removing the counterweight, put
blocks under the mast assembly so the lift
truck cannot fall forward.
The surface must be solid, even, and level when
the lift truck is put on blocks. Make sure that
any blocks used to support the lift truck are
solid, one-piece units. See the Operating Man-
ual or the section Periodic Maintenance 8000
This section contains the description of the frame
(see Figure 1) and connected parts. Procedures for re-
moving and installing the counterweight, hood, over-
head guard, engine, exhaust system, and LPG fuel
tank and bracket are found in this section. Checks
for the operator restraint system and procedures for
the repair of tanks and installation of safety labels
are also included.
2. COWL PLATE
3. HYDRAULIC TANK
4. COUNTERWEIGHT MOUNTS
5. FUEL TANK (GAS/DIESEL)
Figure 1. Frame
Side Covers, Seat, Dash, and Hood Replacement
100 SRM 1321
The frame is one weldment and includes the hy-
draulic tank and fuel tank for gasoline or diesel fuel.
See Figure 1.
There is a counterweight for each capacity of lift
truck. The counterweights are similar in appear-
ance, but are different weights. See Table 1. The
muffler is fastened to the frame inside the counter-
The overhead guard, cowl, and hood are installed
on the frame. The hood is connected to the frame
with hinges. Two gas-controlled springs provide as-
sistance when ra