The pallet fork is a single piece that sits above the main axis of the forklift’s lift, above the rear wheels. It has a pivot attached to its center, which allows it to rotate on the rollers as the pallet is pushed up or down. It also has a push button that releases a locking nut that holds the pallet in place until another pull is applied. The main purpose of this forklift is to maintain the alignment of the front wheels and prevent the forklift from moving out of position, or from lifting pallets that are not in line with the truck.
The pallet fork has two main components – the handle, which is mounted to the forklift’s tilt, and the pivot, which is mounted on the back of the forklift. The pivot is used to move the forks and to lock them in position. The forklift’s tilt has an adjustable range, and most forklifts today are equipped with a remote control.
One of the most important purposes of the pallet fork is to prevent the forklift from being dragged across the ground by an uneven surface. The forklift’s pivot is made up of a metal rod, which is bent into a curved shape and then secured to the back of the forklift by a locking bolt. When the pivot is released, the rod is forced forward, making it impossible for the forklift to lift the pallet.