Komatsu 6D95L/S6D95L-1 Diesel Engines Service Shop Manual Forklift Workshop Repair Book

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Komatsu Forklift 6D95L, S6D95L-1 Diesel Engines Shop Repair Manual. The Service workshop repair manual offers detailed servicing instructions and will give you complete step by step information on repair, servicing, preventative maintenance & troubleshooting procedures for your Komatsu Fork Lift. This comprehensive service manual features photos and illustrations along with step-by-step instructions that will guide you through the entire repair process. This manual contains all you need to know to keep your Komatsu Fork Lift working correctly. You will find that this manual is a indispensable source of detailed maintenance and repair information and is the only service repair manual you will need for your Komatsu Fork Lift 6D95L/S6D95L-1 Diesel Engines It will help you better understand, care for, service and overall will lower the repair and maintenance cost for your Komatsu Fork Lift.

Covers the following Hyster Fork Lift models.
6D95L-1
S6D95L-1
Diesel Engines

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File Format: PDF
Printable: Yes
Pages: 207
Language: English
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Some of the subjects covered in this Komatsu Fork Lift Service Manual.
FRAME
COOLING SYSTEM
LPG FUEL SYSTEM
THREE-SPEED PS TRANS
AUTOSHIFT TRANSMISSION CONTROLLER
DIFFERENTIAL
PLANETARY GEAR AXLE
STEERING AXLE
STEERING SYSTEM
BRAKE SYSTEM
AIR COMPRESSOR
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
MAIN CONTROL VALVE
TILT CONTROL VALVE
TILT CYLINDERS
ALTERNATOR
STARTER
HIGH ENERGY IGNITION SYSTEM
INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS and SENDERS
MASTS
EMPTY CONTAINER HANDLING ATTACHMENT
INCH (SAE) AND METRIC FASTENERS
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
CAPACITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
DIAGRAMS

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A forklift (also called a lift truck, a high/low, a stacker-truck, trailer loader, sideloader, fork truck, tow-motor or a fork hoist) is a powered industrial truck used to lift and transport materials. The modern forklift was developed in the 1920s by various companies including the transmission manufacturing company Clark and the hoist company Yale & Towne Manufacturing. The forklift has since become an indispensable piece of equipment in manufacturing and warehousing operations.

Design types
The following is a list of the more common lift truck types. It is arranged from the smallest type of lift to largest:
Hand pallet truck
Walkie low lift truck (powered pallet truck, usually electrically powered)
Rider low lift truck
Towing tractor
Walkie stacker
Rider stacker
Reach truck (small forklift, designed for small aisles, usually electrically powered, so-named because the forks can extend to reach the load)
Electric counterbalanced truck
IC counterbalanced truck
Sideloader
Telescopic handler
Walkie Order Picking truck
Rider Order Picking truck (commonly called an “Order Picker”; like a small forklift, except the operator rides up to the load and transfers it article by article)
Articulated Very Narrow Aisle Counterbalanced trucks (commonly called “Flexi or Bendi Truck”)
Guided Very Narrow Aisle truck – ‘Man Down’ (a type of reach truck designed for aisles less than five feet wide) and ‘Man Riser’ Combination pickcle Picker/ Stacker truck
Truck Mounted Forklift / Sod Loader
Truck Frame – is the base of the machine to which the mast, axles, wheels, counterweight, overhead guard and power source are attached. The frame may have fuel and hydraulic fluid tanks constructed as part of the frame assembly.

A typical counterbalanced forklift contains the following components

Counterweight – is a heavy cast iron mass attached to the rear of the forklift truck frame. The purpose of the counterweight is to counterbalance the load being lifted. In an electric forklift the large lead-acid battery itself may serve as part of the counterweight.

Cab – is the area that contains a seat for the operator along with the control pedals, steering wheel, levers, switches and a dashboard containing operator readouts. The cab area may be open air or enclosed, but it is covered by the cage-like overhead guard assembly. The ‘Cab’ can also be equipped with a Cab Heater for cold climate countries.

Overhead Guard – is a metal roof supported by posts at each corner of the cab that helps protect the operator from any falling objects. On some forklifts, the overhead guard is an integrated part of the frame assembly.

Power Source – may consist of an internal combustion engine that can be powered by LP gas, CNG gas, gasoline or diesel fuel. Electric forklifts are powered by either a battery or fuel cells that provides power to the electric motors. The electric motors used on a forklift may be either DC or AC types.

Tilt Cylinders – are hydraulic cylinders that are mounted to the truck frame and the mast. The tilt cylinders pivot the mast to assist in engaging a load.

Mast – is the vertical assembly that does the work of raising and lowering the load. It is made up of interlocking rails that also provide lateral stability. The interlocking rails may either have rollers or bushings as guides. The mast is driven hydraulically, and operated by one or more hydraulic cylinders directly or using chains from the cylinder/s. It may be mounted to the front axle or the frame of the forklift.

Carriage – is the component to which the forks or other attachments mount. It is mounted into and moves up and down the mast rails by means of chains or by being directly attached to the hydraulic cylinder. Like the mast, the carriage may have either rollers or bushings to guide it in the interlocking mast rails.

Load Back Rest – is a rack-like extension that is either bolted or welded to the carriage in order to prevent the load from shifting backward when the carriage is lifted to full height.

Attachments – may consist of forks or tines that are the L-shaped members that engage the load. A variety of other types of material handling attachments are available. Some attachments include sideshifters, slipsheet attachments, carton clamps, multipurpose clamps, rotators, fork positioners, carpet poles, pole handlers, container handlers and roll clamps.

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