Cold Oil Check. Keep engine oil level as close as possible to the dipstick high mark without overfilling.
Crankcase. Check oil level with FRS on level ground and the engine off and cool. Do not overfill
2. MATERIAL HANDLING CRANE (MHC).
The 50 hour interval is based on actual MHC operating hours. The hours can be tracked by the operator and
recorded in the logbook. The MHC should be lubricated on a monthly or 50 actual operating hour interval,
whichever comes first. Crane must be fully unstowed to properly lubricate.
Use oil can sparingly. A single oil can application at each oil can point is required.
Lubricate boom wear pads and exposed rotation gears more often when cranes are operated in sandy or
Remove safety pin from hook. Lubricate safety pin and reinstall in hook.
The 250 hour interval is based on actual crane operating hours. The hours can be tracked by the operator
and recorded in the logbook or the hour-meter on the crane. The crane should be lubricated on a semiannual or
250 actual operating hour interval, whichever comes first.
The 150 hour interval is based on annual or 150 actual operating. Fill with oil until oil level reaches bottom
of check plug hole.
3. OIL CAN POINTS.
Lubricate doors, side panels, locks and pivot points every 250 hrs or Semiannually. Lubricate more often if usage is