OPERATOR QUALIFICATIONS ELECTRICAL PANEL - This control station is located in
Only trained and authorized persons should use this work the Hydraulic/Electric Tray. It contains the following
platform. Safe use of this work platform requires the controls:
operator to understand the limitations and warnings,
operating procedures and operator’s responsibility for 1. UP/DOWN TOGGLE SWITCH, or BUTTONS -
maintenance. Accordingly, the operator MUST Selecting and holding this toggle-type switch to “UP”
understand and be familiar with this operating manual, its position, or pressing the “UP” button will raise platform to
warnings and instructions and ALL warnings and desired height. Release switch/button to stop. Selecting
instructions on the work platform. Operator also MUST be and holding switch to “DOWN” position, or pressing
familiar with employer’s work rules and related “DOWN” button will lower platform to desired height.
government regulations and be able to demonstrate his/ Release switch/button to stop.
her ability to understand and operate THIS make and
model work platform in the presence of a qualified person. 2. BUZZER ALARM - This audible pulse alarm sounds
when platform is being lowered.
OPERATING CONTROL IDENTIFICATION 3. HOURMETER - Activated when the pump/motors runs,
The following descriptions are for identification and this gauge measures work platform operating time.
locating purposes only. A qualified operator MUST read
and completely understand “SECTION 2, OPERATION” 4. 15 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER RESETS, or FUSES - In
in this manual before operating any control on the work the event of a power overload or positive circuit grounding,
platform. circuit breaker will pop out or fuse will blow. Make the
necessary corrections, then depress the push-button to
Both standard and optional controls for this work platform reset or replace the fuse.
are identified in this section. Therefore, some controls
may be included that are not furnished on your work Emergency Power Disconnect Switch
platform. (If Equipped)
Base Controls - Electrical
Figure 2-2. Emergency Battery Disconnect Switch
1. EMERGENCY BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH
Figure 2-1. Electrical Panel 4
1. EMERGENCY BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH,
(If Equipped) - Located at the rear of the hydraulic/electric
1. UP/DOWN TOGGLE SWITCH, or BUTTONS tray this switch, when in “OFF” position, disconnects
2. BUZZER ALARM power to all control circuits. Switch MUST be in “ON”
3. HOURMETER position to operate any control circuit.
4. 15 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER RESETS, or FUSES
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toc 1 3 4 5 6
Base Controls - Hydraulic Base Controls - Hydraulic/Manual
Emergency Lowering Valve Parking Brake
(Machines with Velocity Fuses)
Figure 2-5. Parking Brake
Figure 2-3. Emergency Lowering Valve 1. PARKING BRAKE
1. EMERGENCY LOWERING VALVE (Rotary-Type) 1. PARKING BRAKE - A pin retracted and extended by
a single-acting hydraulic cylinder engages the brake disc
1. EMERGENCY LOWERING VALVE (Rotary-Type) - on the rear wheel when lifting, lowering or parking. The pin
Located in the hydraulic/electric tray, this valve allows disengages when driving. The brake MUST be manually
platform lowering in the event of an electrical system disengaged for towing, pushing or winching. This requires
failure. Turning the valve knob counterclockwise allows a special procedure as follows:
the platform to gradually lower. Valve MUST be fully
closed (clockwise) to restore normal operation.
1 DO NOT manually disengage the parking brake(s) if the
work platform is on a slope.
• Make sure that the work platform is on level
• For Left-Hand Brake: Using a 3/4" wrench,
rotate the lockout block on the brake pin 90°
Figure 2-4. Free-Wheeling Valve The parking brake(s) will reset automatically when the
work platform is driven. Inspect to be sure brake is fully
1. FREE-WHEELING VALVE functional and fully engaged when stopped.
1. FREE-WHEELING VALVE - The free-wheeling valve is
located at the rear of the base on the rear manifold.
Turning the valve knob counterclockwise to a fully opened
position allows fluid to flow through the wheel motors, thus
providing “free-wheeling” so that the work platform can be
pushed or towed without damaging the wheel motors.
When towing, DO NOT exceed 2 mph. Valve MUST be
closed tightly (clockwise) for normal operation.
SECTION 2, Page 2 SJ00 Series 104282AA
Safety Bar Platform Controls
Operator’s Control Box
Figure 2-6. Safety Bar
1. SAFETY BAR
1. SAFETY BAR - Designed to support the scissors
assembly (when properly positioned), the safety bar
MUST be used for inspection and performing
maintenance or repairs within the scissors assembly with
the platform raised. To use the safety bar, follow the 5 4
procedure on the safety bar label on the base.
DANGER Figure 2-7. Operator’s Control Box
CRUSHING HAZARD 1. LIFT/OFF/DRIVE SELECT KEY SWITCH
2. UP/DOWN SELECT SWITCH
DO NOT reach through scissor assembly without the 3. DRIVE STEER CONTROLLER
safety bar properly positioned. Failure to avoid this 4. EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON
hazard will result in death or serious injury! 5. LIFT ENABLE PUSH-BUTTON (Later models)
OPERATOR’S CONTROL BOX - This metal control
station is mounted on the railing at the right front of the
platform. It contains the following controls:
1. LIFT/OFF/DRIVE SELECT KEY SWITCH - Key to
“LIFT” position energizes the lift circuit. Key to “OFF”
position disconnects power to control circuit in control
box. Key to “DRIVE” position energizes the drive/steer
2. UP/DOWN SELECTOR SWITCH - To raise the
platform, key to “LIFT” position, then rotate selector
switch to “ UP “ position until desired height is reached.
Release switch to stop. To lower the platform, key to
“LIFT” position, then rotate selector switch to “ DOWN“
position until desired height is reached. Release switch
to stop. A warning alarm will sound while lowering.
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3. DRIVE/STEER CONTROLLER - A one-hand toggle- Powered Extension Platform Control Box
type lever to control three-speed drive and steer motion. It
is a “dead-man” control which returns to neutral and locks
when released. To drive forward, key to “DRIVE” position,
then lift lock ring and push handle forward to desired
speed. Release to stop. To drive in reverse, key to
“DRIVE” position, then lift lock ring and pull handle 1
backwards to desired speed. Release to stop. To steer,
depress the side of the rocker switch on top of the
controller handle in the direction you wish to steer.
4. EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON - When struck, this red
push-button switch disconnects power to the platform 2
control circuit. In the event of an emergency or at work
platform shut down, push the button in. To restore power
to the platform controls, simply pull the button out.
Figure 2-9. Powered Ext. Platform Control Box
5. LIFT ENABLE PUSH-BUTTON (Later models) -
When depressed and held, this push-button switch 1. ENABLE SWITCH(Later models)
energizes the lift circuit. It MUST be depressed and held 2. PLATFORM EXTEND/RETRACT SELECTOR
while raising or lowering the platform from this control SWITCH
station. Release button to stop
POWERED PLATFORM CONTROL BOX - This metal
Optional Platform Controls control station is mounted at the front of the powered
Operator Horn extension platform. It contains the following controls:
1. ENABLE SWITCH - This switch, when activated,
1 brings power to the Platform Extend/Retract Selector
Switch. It MUST be used while extending or retracting the
extension platform. (Later models)
2. PLATFORM EXTEND/RETRACT SWITCH -To extend
the platform, push and hold the Enable Switch forward,
then push and hold switch to “ OUT “ position until desired
extension is reached. Release switch to stop. To retract
the platform, push and hold the Enable Switch backward,
then push and hold switch to “ IN “ position until desired
retraction is reached. Release switch to stop.
The extension platform MUST be fully retracted before
Figure 2-8. Operator Horn Push-Button
1. OPERATOR HORN PUSH-BUTTON
1. OPERATOR HORN PUSH-BUTTON - This push-
button switch, when depressed, sounds an automotive-
SECTION 2, Page 4 SJ00 Series 104282AA
Stabilizers SAFETY DEVICE OPERATION
Fold-Down Guardrail System
Figure 2-10. Stabilizer Figure 2-11. Fold Down Guardrail System
1. STABILIZER LEG 1. GUARDRAIL LOCKING PIN W/LANYARD
2. STABILIZER LOCK PIN and COTTER PIN
3. STABILIZER JACK FOLD DOWN GUARDRAIL SYSTEM - This system
when folded down, reduces the shut height of the work
STABILIZERS - Stabilizers are located at each of the four platform for traveling through standard doorways.
corners of the base. To use the stabilizers, follow the
procedure below: 1. GUARDRAIL LOCKING PIN W/LANYARD - To fold the
guardrail system down, remove the locking pin at each
1. Remove the Cotter Pin and Stabilizer Lock Pin pivot point and lower each guardrail. To raise the guardrail
and fully extend each stabilizer. system, swing up each guardrail and lock in place with the
locking pins ensuring that the detent ball of each pin is
2. Align the Stabilizer Leg hole with the hole in the clear of the side of the pivot brackets. (Figure 2-12.)
stabilizer support tube and reinstall the lock pins
and cotter pins.
3. Using the Stabilizer Jack Handle, rotate the
handle clockwise to extend the jack screw until
the footpad makes firm contact with the ground. The guardrail system MUST be upright and locked in
place before resuming the normal operation. Check the
DANGER guardrail system for loose or missing locking pins
TIP OVER HAZARD before operating this equipment!
• DO NOT use the stabilizers to level the machine.
• DO NOT raise the tires off the ground with the DETENT BALL
stabilizers. CLEAR OF SIDE
NOTE: Repeat this procedure for each stabilizer. BRACKET
To store the stabilizers, follow the above procedure in the
Figure 2-12. Correct Position of Locking Pin
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OPERATING PROCEDURES 7. In the hydraulic/electric tray, check the hydraulic
SETUP PROCEDURE oil level (scissors MUST be fully lowered) in the
tank. Level should be at or slightly above the
The following steps are normally required for equipment top mark on the gauge. If required, add a good
being put into service for the first time. After the equipment grade hydraulic oil.
has been unloaded:
8. Swing the tray to the locked closed position.
1. Remove all packing materials and inspect for 9. Rotate the free-wheeling valve to a fully opened
damage incurred during transport. position (counterclockwise).
Report any damage to delivery carrier immediately. 10. Disengage the parking brake (following the
procedure found earlier in this section).
2. Inspect work platform thoroughly and remove any
foreign objects. IMPORTANT NOTE
3. Remove the operator’s control box from its Before pushing or towing the work platform, ensure that
shipping container and attach it to the railing at the brake pin is disengaged. When towing, DO NOT
the right front of the platform. Connect the control exceed 2 mph.
cable to the scissors control cable.
11. Push or tow the work platform to a level, firm test
4. Unlock and swing out the battery tray and area where the work platform can be vertically extended to
hydraulic/electric tray. its maximum working height.
5. In the battery tray, check the battery water level 12. Rotate the free-wheeling valve to a fully closed
in all four batteries. If plates are not covered, position (clockwise).
carefully add distilled or demineralized water.
13. Raise the platform with the Up/Down Switch until
6. If needed, connect the battery charger to the there is adequate clearance to lower the safety
proper power source and charge the batteries bar.
until the charger shuts off. (Refer to Battery
Charging Procedure, this section for instructions). 14. Lift the safety bar from its storage bracket and
Check the specific gravity in each battery, it swing down into position. (Refer to label on top
should be 1.260 to 1.275. Disconnect the battery of base for proper procedure.)
charger from the external power source and swing
the battery tray to the locked closed position. 15. Slowly lower the platform with the Up/Down
Switch until the scissor assembly is firmly resting
WARNING on the safety bar.
16. Inspect all hoses, fittings, wires, valves, etc. for
leaks, looseness, hidden damage, and foreign
Keep flames and sparks away. DO NOT smoke near material.
FIRST AID 17. Raise the platform until there is adequate
Immediately flush eyes with cold water if electrolytic acid clearance to swing up safety bar. Return safety
is splattered into them. Seek medical attention if bar to storage channel.
18. Again, raise the platform until the platform has
reached the maximum working height.
19. Use the up/down Switch or Emergency Lowering
Valve to fully lower the platform.
20. The Work Platform is now ready for use by an
authorized, qualified operator who has read and
completely understands ALL of SECTION 2,
OPERATION in this manual.
SECTION 2, Page 6 SJ00 Series 104282AA
OPERATING PROCEDURES Start and Operation
Prestart Checks Using the Base Controls:
1. Carefully read and completely understand ALL of 1. Turn Emergency Power Disconnect Switch to
SECTION 2, OPERATION in this manual and ALL “ON” position.
warnings and instruction labels on the work
platform. 2. Use the ladder at the rear of the work platform to
access the work platform deck.
2. Check for any obstacles around the work platform
and in the path of travel such as holes, drop offs, 3. Latch the entry chain(s).
debris, ditches and soft fill.
Using the Platform Controls:
3. Check overhead clearances.
4. Pull out the Emergency Stop Button.
4. Make sure the batteries are fully charged.
Disconnect charger from AC power supply. NOTE
Extension platform MUST be fully retracted before
5. Make sure that the free-wheeling and emergency driving.
lowering valves are fully closed.
5. TO RAISE THE PLATFORM: Select “LIFT”
position with Lift/Off/Drive Select Key Switch.
OPERATOR’S CHECKLIST Depress and hold the Lift Enable Push-button (if
so equipped), then Select “ UP “ position with
INSPECT AND/OR TEST THE FOLLOWING DAILY OR AT
Up/Down Selector switch.
BEGINNING OF EACH SHIFT
1. OPERATING AND EMERGENCY CONTROLS. 6. TO LOWER THE PLATFORM: Select “LIFT”
2. SAFETY DEVICES. position with Lift/Off/Drive Select Key Switch.
3. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE DEVICES. Depress and hold the Lift Enable Push-button (if
4. TIRES AND WHEELS. so equipped), then rotate the Up/Down Selector
5. OUTRIGGERS (IF EQUIPPED) AND OTHER Switch to “ DOWN “ position.
6. AIR, HYDRAULIC AND FUEL SYSTEM(S) FOR 7. TO STEER: Select “DRIVE” position with Lift/
Off/Drive Select Key Switch. Press rocker on top
7. LOOSE OR MISSING PARTS.
8. CABLES AND WIRING HARNESSES.
of Controller Handle in the direction you wish to
9. PLACARDS, WARNINGS, CONTROL steer.
MARKINGS AND OPERATING MANUALS.
10. GUARDRAIL SYSTEM. 8. TO DRIVE FORWARD: Select “DRIVE” position
11. ENGINE OIL LEVEL (IF SO EQUIPPED). with Lift/Off/Drive Select Key Switch. Lift lock
12. BATTERY FLUID LEVEL. ring and push Controller Handle forward. Release
13. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR LEVEL. to stop.
14. COOLANT LEVEL (IF SO EQUIPPED).
9. TO DRIVE IN REVERSE: Select “DRIVE”
position with Lift/Off/Drive Select Key Switch.
Lift lock ring and pull Controller Handle backwards.
WARNING Release to stop.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT
WITHOUT PROPER AUTHORIZATION AND 1. Completely lower the platform.
TRAINING. DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY
COULD RESULT FROM IMPROPER USE 2. Turn Key to “OFF” position and remove key from
Lift/Off/Drive Select Key Switch.
OF THIS EQUIPMENT!
3. Push Emergency Stop Button(s) in.
4. Turn Emergency Battery Disconnect Switch to
SJ00 Series 104282AA “OFF” position. (If Equipped)
SECTION 2, Page 7
Table 2.1-1. Owner’s Annual Inspection Record
MODEL NUMBER________________________________ SERIAL NUMBER______________________
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
BATTERY SERVICE AND CHARGING Battery Charging Procedures
Battery Service WARNING
Chargers can ignite flammable materials and vapors. DO
NOT use near fuels, grain dust, solvents, or other
Keep flames and sparks away. DO NOT smoke near
CAUTION SHOCK HAZARD
Contact with electrolytic acid can cause skin irritation and To reduce the risk of electrical shock, connect charger
damage clothing. Wear a protective apron, gloves and only to a properly grounded single phase outlet. DO NOT
goggles when working with batteries. use a extension cord longer than 25 feet.
1. Connect charger AC plug to proper voltage source.
Refer to charger nameplate for voltage
Immediately flush eyes with cold water if electrolytic acid
is splattered into them. Seek medical attention if 2. Charge batteries. DO NOT leave charger
discomfort continues. unattended for more than two consecutive days.
Severe overcharging and battery damage will result
1. Turn Emergency Power Disconnect Switch to if charger fails to turn off.
3. Disconnect charger from external power source.
SECTION 2, Page 8 SJ00 Series 104282AA
BATTERY CHARGER OPERATION OPERATION OF THE COMPLETELY
(If Equipped with This Type of Charger) AUTOMATIC BATTERY CHARGER
This charger is equipped with an electronic circuit that will
completely recharge the batteries and automatically turn
off after the charge cycle is complete.
The function of the L.E.D. indicators is as follows:
When the AC power is connected to the charger, the
L.E.D.’s will flash several times then flash independently
to check the light circuits. After the flashing sequence is
complete the “INCOMPLETE” light will come on. Five
seconds later, the “CHARGER ON” light will come on and
at the same time, the ammeter will indicate how much
current is going to the batteries.
As the charge cycle continues, which can last between 1-
1/2 hours and 16 hours for a complete cycle, depending on
the state of charge of the batteries, the “80% CHARGE”
light will come on and the “INCOMPLETE” light will go off.
Figure 2-13. Automatic Battery Charger When voltage of the batteries reaches approximately 30
volts, the “80% CHARGE” light will go off and the
“CHARGE COMPLETE” light will come on. This light will
remain on even after the charger is turned off by the
1. GREEN L.E.D .............. CHARGE COMPLETE electronic control. After the charger turns off, the
2. YELLOW L.E.D. ....................... 80% CHARGE “CHARGE COMPLETE” light will indicate to the operator
3. RED L.E.D. ............................... INCOMPLETE that the batteries are healthy and are fully charged.
If the “80% CHARGE” light continues to stay on after the
4. YELLOW L.E.D. ....................... CHARGER ON charge cycle is complete, this indicates to the operator
5. RED L.E.D. ..................... ABNORMAL CYCLE that the batteries are not capable of attaining a full charge.
If the “INCOMPLETE” light remains on after the charge
On earlier chargers, the charger front panel read as cycle is complete, this indicates to the operator that the
follows: batteries are not capable of attaining even an 80% charge.
If either the “80% CHARGE” or “INCOMPLETE” light
remain on after the charge cycle is complete, the batteries
1. GREEN L.E.D ......................................... FULL should be inspected for problems.
2. YELLOW L.E.D. ....................................... 80%
3. RED L.E.D. ............................... DISCHARGED Your standard good watering procedures should be used
at all times.
4. YELLOW L.E.D. ...................... CHARGER ON
5. RED L.E.D. ..................... ABNORMAL CYCLE
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Table 2.2-1. Maintenance and Inspection Schedule
Daily Weekly Monthly 3 Months 6 Months 12 Months*
Structural damage/welds A A
Parking brake B B
Tires/wheels & fasteners A, B & C A, B & C
Guides/ rollers & slider pads A, B & I A, B & I
Railings & railing lock pins A&C A&C
Entry chains or gates B&C B&C
Bolts and fasteners C C
Safety Bar B B
Rust A A
Wheel Bearings & King pins A, B & E A, B & E
Steering cylinder & tie rod A, B & E A, B & E
Battery fluid level A A
Control switches A&B A&B
Cords & wiring A A
Battery terminals A&C A&C
Terminals & plugs C C
Generator/receptacle A&B A&B
Limit switches B B
Hydraulic oil level H H
Hydraulic Hoses/Fittings A&L C A, C & L
Cylinders A&B A&B
Emergency lowering B B
Lift capacity D D
Hydraulic oil & oil filter F F
Manual A&K A&K
Labels A&J A&J
A. Visually Inspect. I. Ensure there is no metal to metal contact with slider, slider
B. Check operation. side or running surface. Check for free movement of surface.
C. Check tightness. Also check for free movement of the slider pin through the
D. Check relief valve setting. Refer to serial number slider.
nameplate. J. Replace if missing or illegible.
E. Lubricate. K. Proper manual must be in box.
F. Replace. L. Check For Leaks.
G. Refer to table 2.3-1 specifications and features.
H. Check oil level. * Record inspection date and signature.
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Table 2.3-1, General Specifications
Specifications and Features SJ00 Series Work Platform
Platform Drive Overall Overall Retracted Platform Power Source Wheel Type Weight
Model No. Height Height Width Length Height Size
Std. Opt. Std. Opt. (Lbs.)
(Ft.-Ins) (Ft.-Ins.) (Ins.) (Ins.) (Ins.) (Ins.)
SJ005-07 16 13-6 30 82 39 28 x 82 B-24V A 1 - 2400
SJ005-10 16 16 42 82 39 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2550
SJ005.5-07 18 16 32 82 39 28 x 82 B-24V A 1 - 2400
SJ005.5-10 18 18 42 82 39 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2550
SJ005.8-07 19 16 32 82 40 28 x 82 B-24V A 1 - 2400
SJ005.8-10 19 19 42 82 40 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2500
SJ006-07 21 16 32 82 45 28 x 82 B-24V A 1 - 2800
SJ006-10 21 21 42 82 45 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2950
SJ006-13 21 21 54 86 45 52 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 3100
SJ006-15 21 21 60 86 47 52 x 82 B-24V A 2 5 3150
SJ006.5-07** 24 16 32 82 45 28 x 82 B-24V A 1 - 2800
SJ006.5-10 24 21 42 82 45 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2950
SJ006.5-13 24 24 54 86 47 52 x 82 B-24V A 2 5 3200
SJ006.5-15 24 24 60 86 47 52 x 82 B-24V A 2 5 3250
SJ006.8-10 25 21 44 82 45 40 x 82 B-24V A 1 4 2950
SJ006.8-13 25 25 54 86 47 52 x 82 B-24V A 2 5 3100
SJ006.8-15 25 25 60 86 47 52 x 82 B-24V A 2 5 3250
SJ007-15 26 26 61 102 55 52 x 82 B-36V A 3 - 3750
SJ009-15-10 31 26 64 86 52 40 x 82 B-36V A 2 5 3350
SJ009-15-13 31 26 64 86 52 52 x 82 B-36V A 2 5 3450
SJ009-17-10 32 26 68 102 60 40 x 82 B-36V A 3 - 3900
SJ009-17-13 32 26 68 102 60 52 x 82 B-36V A 3 - 4000
Platform Capacity Platform Capacity (Lbs.)
(Lbs.) Machines sold to Ontario Only
Main Deck * Main Deck Extension Main Deck * Main Deck Extension System Lift
No Extension c/w Extension Plat. * No Extension c/w Extension Plat. * (PSI) (PSI)
SJ005-07 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1400
SJ005-10 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1600
SJ005.5-07 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1400
SJ005.5-10 800 500 300 800 500 300 2000 1400
SJ005.8-07 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1400
SJ005.8-10 800 500 300 800 500 300 2000 1400
SJ006-07 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1200
SJ006-10 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1200
SJ006-13 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ006-15 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ006.5-07** 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1200
SJ006.5-10 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1200
SJ006.5-13 800 500 300 800 500 300 2000 1200
SJ006.5-15 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ006.8-10 750 450 300 750 450 300 2000 1200
SJ006.8-13 800 500 300 800 500 300 2000 1200
SJ006.8-15 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ007-15 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ009-15-10 1000 700 300 800 500 300 2000 1400
SJ009-15-13 800 500 300 800 500 300 2000 1200
SJ009-17-10 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
SJ009-17-13 1000 700 300 900 600 300 2000 1400
* Extension Deck Capacity May be Increased to 300 lbs from 250 lbs Provided the Main Platform Capacity is Lowered by 50 lbs.
OPTIONS: -Outriggers Optional for All Models. (** Standard on SJ006.5-07 Model)
-Auxiliary Extension Platform, 6ft Crank-Out Platform or 3ft Roll-Out Platform.
-Wheel Type, (1) 16 x 4 Hard Rubber, (2) 18 x 5.5 Hard Rubber, (3) 26 x 12 Urethane Filled, (4) 16 x 6.5 Urethane
Filled, (5) 18 x 9.5 Urethane Filled
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