Spot the problem

  1. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    264511E3-73E7-4539-AD23-3FE7A6E999E4.jpeg When one of the lads comes out sayin the forks won’t come down and he doesn’t know why :scared:
     
  2. Welderpaul

    Welderpaul Moderator Staff Member

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    Best just taking the carriage guards off...Never had one trap itself over the top of the mast before though!
     
  3. WorkshopChris Forum Supporter

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    Is that gate/guard twisted did it free up when you took the sideshift to the opposite full travel?
     
  4. Ruffian Member

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    Did he hit the roof or something?? Or just abuse??
     
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  5. brightspark

    brightspark Member

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    gaffer hit the roof and gave the lad abuse :laughing::whistle::rolleyes:
     
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  6. Ton-up

    Ton-up Member

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    Our lads snap the bolts, but I've never seen the guard bent that much!
     
  7. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    He walloped the roof I hit roof that cage is 100x12
     
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  8. slim_boy_fat

    slim_boy_fat Forum Supporter

    Can we take it he's had the training, and is not a 'have a go' hero?
     
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  9. anto44 Member

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    That shed is too bright, he thought he was outside
     
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  10. Paul.

    Paul. Moderator Staff Member

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    I used to make those carriage loadguards, we had them back for repair on a regular basis bent into just about every shape you could imagine, most just went in the bin and had a new one supplied, it was a nice little earner at the time.
     
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  11. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    Yep has his tickets no have a go heroes allowed problem was the highest thing in the shed was 5 foot under the forks
     
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  12. zzr1200

    zzr1200 Working at 650 ft on open steel work

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    I'll bet the roof trusses at the edge of the building could be hit at full lift height......:o........:scared:
     
  13. Welderpaul

    Welderpaul Moderator Staff Member

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    LOLER doesnt require them to be fitted - whip them straight off if your not carrying loose items on a pallet - increases your height of lift and gives your roof, roller shutter and purlins a chance of escaping damage.
     
  14. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    thats the thing we carry loads a loose pallets there actually really handy on the forks il straighten it Monday or make a new one
     
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