Often neglected: your essential manual pallet jack

Regular service and maintenance of your manual pallet jack not only helps to extend the life of your trucks, it also keeps your business rolling, prevents down-time, and protects your workers from accidents due to malfunctioning equipment.
Designed to move loads on pallets easier, safer and faster, manual pallet jacks – sometimes referred to as HPT’s, pump trucks, hand pallet trucks or pallet lifters – play a key role in most warehouses, retail outlets and manufacturing sites.
Remember the frustration and stress because the handling equipment broke down? And now you are dealing with delays to the production process or hold-ups in the supply chain. When essential tools, that are constantly in use, malfunction, your company won't be able to meet deadlines.
Pallet jacks must be routinely inspected and maintained to comply with OSHA regulationsRegular maintenance is essential for the safety of your workforce and a regular service program will identify any potential issues. You want to make sure your equipment is in the best possible working condition.
Most repair and service on a manual pallet jack is fairly fast and easy enough to do yourself. The most frequent maintenance repairs are replacing the load rollers or the steer wheel. If you have not replaced these yourself, take a look at our step-by-step video tutorials. You can also find directions to more involved repairs, like replacing the seal kit in the hydraulic pump.
Make sure to order your quality replacement parts from Fast Lift Parts. You can conveniently place your order online, and if we receive your order before 6:00 P.M. PST your parts ship the same day.
Taking truck maintenance seriously means that any potential problems can be identified before they become more serious. Fixing small problems - before they become large problems -  helps to extend the performance and life of your jacks.
Need Help Identifying your pallet jack?  Email us a close-up, side-view photo of the hydraulic unit on our pallet jack.  The pump is the main ID point and we help you identify your mystery jack. If you are looking for wheels, be sure to include the diameter and width.
Send your photo and request to:  support@fastliftparts.com