403 ERROR The request could not be satisfied. The load center is the distance from the face of the forks to the load’s center of when using portable dockboards. Many forklifts are rated using a 24-inch load center, which means that the load’s center of gravity must be 24-inches or less from the face of the forks.
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Many forklifts are rated using a 24-inch load center, which means that the load’s center of gravity must be 24 inches or less from the face of the forks. In this illustration, the red arrow represents the fulcrum and the black and white circle under the operator’s seat represents the vehicle’s center of gravity. Forklifts are used for picking up, transporting, stacking and unstacking loads. For more on evaluating the load, see Load Composition. A damaged carton is an unsafe load to carry. Improperly distributed loads may tip the forklift because the center of gravity has shifted.