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    This is what happens when lawyers get involved...

    This is what happens when lawyers get involved with design. The trend is to overdo safety to prevent lawsuits. The results are annoying for adult users.
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    Don't know about the newer ones but on older...

    Don't know about the newer ones but on older Hysters you could disconnect the linkage between the brakes and transmission or even adjust it so loose it never pushes the lever on the tranny.

    My...
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    The inching adjustment is off. When properly set...

    The inching adjustment is off. When properly set the transmission should go into gear just as the brake is almost released but still has very slight drag. That's why it's called inching. Letting up...
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    Ok, maybe next time he'll call you so you can...

    Ok, maybe next time he'll call you so you can come and help.

    You apparently missed a few details.

    He was asked to help move equipment.

    The person being helped had already arranged for a lift...
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    My, did you get up on the wrong side of the bed...

    My, did you get up on the wrong side of the bed this morning? Comparing his post with Motion Guru's re the same brand gives some strong hints that the rental units weren't functioning 100% properly....
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    My guess is that, being a rental unit some...

    My guess is that, being a rental unit some adjustments may be off a bit, leading to jerky operation. If you've ever driven an older lift with the inching function incorrectly adjusted they tend to...
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