According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, multiple units of certain aerial devices and outriggers due to an issue with the device’s lock valves.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has indicated that Terex decided to issue this recall after the company noted the lock valve cavities in the main cylinder the outrigger is assembled with may have not been machined correctly, increasing the risk of a potential seal damage.
If the seals are damaged, the outrigger may end up drifting, and the device may lose stability. This could eventually pose an injury risk.
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