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What does Full Free Lift mean?

'Free Lift' refers to a forklift truck's ability to lift its forks without raising the masts. This is particularly useful when operating within tight height restrictions

'Full Free Lift' (often abbreviated to FFL) means the forks can be lifted to the top of the first stage of the mast without the mast raising, while Part Free Lift means the forks can be lifted part way up the section of the mast before the mast itself begins to raise.

Below is a video demonstrating the difference between standard and free lift.

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