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Par ts &ManualService dvantagefrom serial number9594-101 to 5501-15094and from SLA02-15095to SLA04-25258Part No. 32283Rev A6August 2007

July, 2007Parts and Service Manual - FirstTable of ContentsIntroductionImportant Information . iiSection OneSafety RulesGeneral Safety Rules . iiiSection TwoSpecificationsSuperlift 5. 2 - 1Superlift 10. 2 - 1Superlift 15. 2 - 1Superlift 20. 2 - 1Superlift 25. 2 - 1Load Handling Attachments . 2 - 1Bolt Torque Specification . 2 - 3Section ThreeScheduled Maintenance InspectionsIntroduction . 3 - 1Table A. 3 - 2Table B. 3 - 2Table C. 3 - 2Maintenance Inspection Report . 3 - 3Section FourScheduled Maintenance ProceduresIntroduction . 4 - 1A-1Inspect the Operator's Manual . 4 - 2A-2Inspect the Decals and Placards . 4 - 2A-3Inspect for Damage, Loose or Missing Parts . 4 - 2A-4Check the Winch Operation . 4 - 3A-5Inspect the Columns for Damage . 4 - 3A-6Inspect the Cable and Cable Pulleys . 4 - 3A-7Check the Mast for Proper Sequencing . 4 - 4A-8Inspect the Casters and Wheels . 4 - 4B-1Inspect the Column Hold Down System . 4 - 5Part No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantagev

Parts and Service Manual - First EditionTABLE OF CONTENTSSection FourScheduled Maintenance Procedures, cont.B-2Inspect All Welds . 4 - 5B-3Clean the Columns . 4 - 5B-4Inspect and Lubricate the Winch . 4 - 6B-5Inspect and Lubricate the Rotating Barrel Handler . 4 - 6C-1Lubricate the Casters and Wheels . 4 - 7C-2Inspect the Mast Assembly for Wear . 4 - 7C-3Replace the Winch Friction Disks . 4 - 8C-4Inspect the Safety Brake System . 4 - 8C-5Inspect the Painted Surfaces . 4 - 9Section FiveTroubleshooting Flow ChartsIntroduction . 5 - 11Mast Will Not Sequence Properly . 5 - 22Carriage Will Not Raise, But Winch Will Operate . 5 - 33Winch Will Not Operate . 5 - 4Section SixRepair ProceduresIntroduction . 6 - 1Base Assembly1-1How To Remove the Base - Standard Base . 6 - 21-2How To Remove the Base - Straddle Base . 6 - 3Mast Assembly2-1How to Disassemble the Mast Assembly . 6 - 42-2How to Replace the Lifting Cable . 6 - 52-3How to Replace a Lifting Pulley - Mast Installed . 6 - 6Winches3-1How To Disassemble the Winch - Single Speed . 6 - 73-2How To Disassemble the Winch - Two Speed . 6 - 9viGenie Superlift AdvantagePart No. 32283

August 2007Parts and Service Manual - FirstTABLE OF CONTENTSSection SevenService PartsHow To Order Parts . 7 - 1Figure 7-ADecals and Paint (Rev A; August 2007) . 7 - 2Figure 7-BNumber 1 Mast Attached Parts (Rev A; August 2007) . 7 - 6Figure 7-CStandard Base Components (Rev A; August 2007) . 7 - 8Figure 7-DStraddle Base Components (Rev A; August 2007) . 7 - 12Figure 7-EMast Components - View 1 (Rev C; October 2006) . 7 - 14Figure 7-FMast Components - View 2 (Rev B; August 2007) . 7 - 16Figure 7-GMast Components - Pulleys and Cable (Rev C; August 2007) . 7 - 18Figure 7-HLoad Handling Attachments - Forks . 7 - 22Figure 7-ILoad Handling Attachments - Boom, Pipe Cradle and Load Platform . 7 - 24Figure 7-JLoad Handling Attachments - Vertical Barrel Stacker . 7 - 26Figure 7-KLoad Handling Attachments - Rotating Barrel Handler . 7 - 28Figure 7-LSingle Speed Winch (Rev B; July 2007) . 7 - 32Figure 7-MTwo Speed Winch (Rev B; July 2007) . 7 - 34Part No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantagevii

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Part and Service Manual - First EditionSection 2 - 20SL-25Height-Stowed781/2in199 cm781/2in199 cm781/2in199 cm781/2in199 cm781/2 in199 cmWidthStandard Base311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cmWidth - stabilizers loweredStandard Base785/8 in185 cm785/8 in185 cm785/8 in185 cm785/8 in185 cm785/8 in185 cmWidth-MinStraddle Base311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cm311/2 in80 cmNANAWidth-MaxStraddle Base58 in147 cm58 in147 cm58 in147 cmNANALength-Stowed29 in74 cm29 in74 cm29 in74 cm29 in74 cm31 in79 cm571/2 in146 cm571/2 in146 cm721/2 in184 cm801/2 in204 cm801/2 in204 cmGroundClearance2 in50.8 mm2 in50.8 mm2 in50.8 mm2 in50.8 mm2 in50.8 mmLoad Capacityat 18" load center1000 lbs454 kg1000 lbs454 kg800 lbs363 kg800 lbs363 kg650 lbs295 kgNet Weight - Standard Base(no load handling attachment)215 lbs97.5 kg260 lbs117.9 kg317 lbs143.8 kg405 lbs183.7 kg450 lbs204.1 kgNet Weight - Straddle Base(no load handling attachment)258 lbs117.0 kg303 lbs137.4 kg360 lbs163.3 kgNANALength - OperatingLoad Handling AttachmentsLengthWidthDepthNet WeightStandard Forks271/2 in70 cm231/2 in60 cm21/2 in6.5 cm38 lbs17.2 kgAdjustable Forks271/2 in70 cm111/2 in to 30 in29 cm to 76 cm21/2 in6.5 cm52.5 lbs23.8 kg32 in81 cm16 in to 31 in41 cm to 79 cm11/2 in4 cm73 lbs33.1 kg18 in to 42 in46 cm to 107 cm11/2 in4 cm61/2 in16 cm34.5 lbs15.6 kgVertical Barrel Stacker21 in53 cm29 in74 cmNA50.5 lbs22.9 kgRotating Barrel Handler29 in74 cm31 in79 cmNA85 lbs38.6 kgPipe Cradle271/2 in70 cm24 1/2 in63 cm6 in11.5 cm10 lbs4.5 kgLoad Platform271/2 in70 cm231/2 in60 cm21/2 in6.5 cm26.5 lbs12.0 kgFlat ForksBoomPart No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantage2-1

Section 2 - SpecificationsPart and Service Manual - First EditionSPECIFICATIONSDimensions - OperatingSL-5SL-10SL-15SL-20SL-254 ft 101/2 in1.5 m6 ft 7 in2m9 ft 9 in3m11 ft 51/2 in3.5 m14 ft 71/2 in4.5 m16 ft 4 in5m19 ft 6 in6m21 ft 21/2 in6.5 m24 ft 4 in7.4 m26 ft 1/2 in7.9 m4 ft 101/2 in1.5 m6 ft 7 in2m9 ft 9 in3m11 ft 51/2 in3.5 m14 ft 71/2 in4.5 m16 ft 4 in5m19 ft 6 in6m21 ft 21/2 in6.5 m24 ft 4 in7.4 m26 ft 1/2 in7.9 m4 ft 101/2 in1.5 m9 ft 9 in3m14 ft 71/2 in4.5 mNANA5 ft 101/2 in1.8 mNote: measured from ground to bottom of shackle10 ft 9 in3.3 m15 ft 71/2 in4.8 m20 ft 6 in6.3 m25 ft 4 in7.7 mVertical Barrel Stacker(24 Load Center)4 ft1.2 m55 gallon 3 ft 10 in1.2 mNote: measured from ground to bottom of barrel8 ft 10 in2.7 m8 ft 8 in2.6 m13 ft 9 in4.2 m13 ft 7 in4.1 mNANARotating Barrel Handler 55 gallon 3 ft 10 in(24 inch Load Center)1.2 mNote: measured from ground to bottom of barrel8 ft 8 in2.6 m13 ft 7 in4.1 mNANA4 ft 101/2 in9 ft 9 in1.5 m3mforks up6 ft 7 in11 ft 51/2 in2m3.5 mNote: can be used with standard forks and adjustable forks only14 ft 71/2 in4.5 m16 ft 4 in5m19 ft 6 in6m21 ft 21/2 in6.5 m24 ft 4 in7.4 m26 ft 1/2 in7.9 mStandard Forksforks downforks upAdjustable Forksforks downforks upFlat ForksBoomLoad Platform30 gallonforks downPipe Cradle:handles round objects up to 30 in (76 cm) in diameterNote: can be used with standard forks and adjustable forks only (see above for working heights)Non-marking Fork OptionNote: can be used with standard forks and adjustable forks only (see above for working heights)Fork Extension OptionNote: can be used with standard forks and adjustable forks only (see above for working heights)2-2Genie Superlift AdvantagePart No. 32283

Part and Service Manual - First EditionSection 2 - SpecificationsSPECIFICATIONSBolt Torque SpecificationsSizeThreadsSAE Grade 5 BoltsTorque - Dryinch-pounds101 /45/163 /87/161 /29/165 /83 /47 /81Torque - Dryfoot-poundsSAE Grade 8 BoltsTorque - DryNewton metersTorque - Dryinch-poundsTorque - Dryfoot-poundsTorque - DryNewton 90012211270094910001356Torque specifications for lubricated bolts are 25% less than dry torque specifications for each bolt size.These bolt torque specifications are for general use only. Specification may vary depending on application of bolt.Part No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantage2-3

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Parts and Service Manual - First EditionSection 3 - Scheduled Maintenance InspectionsScheduled Maintenance InspectionsAbout This SectionScheduleObserve and Obey:Maintenance inspections shall be completed bya person trained and qualified on themaintenance of this machine.Scheduled maintenance inspections shall becompleted daily, quarterly and annually asspecified on the maintenance inspection report.Failure to properly complete eachinspection when required mayresult in death, serious injury orsubstantial machine damage.New partsrequiredTools arerequiredDealerservicesuggestedThere are three types of maintenance inspectionsthat must be performed according to a schedule—daily, quarterly and annually. To account forrepeated procedures, the Maintenance Tables andthe Maintenance Inspection Report have beendivided into three subsections—A, B, C. Use thefollowing chart to determine which group(s) ofprocedures are required to perform a scheduledinspection.InspectionTable or ChecklistDailyQuarterly (every 150 hours or three months)AnnualAA BA B CImmediately tag and remove from service adamaged or malfunctioning machine.Maintenance TablesRepair any machine damage or malfunctionbefore operating machine.The maintenance tables contained in this sectionprovide summary information on the specificphysical requirements for each inspection.Keep records on all inspections for three years.Machines that have been out of service for aperiod longer than 3 months must complete thequarterly inspection.Complete step-by-step instructions for eachscheduled maintenance procedure are provided insection 4, Scheduled Maintenance Procedures.Maintenance Inspection ReportThe maintenance inspection report containschecklists for each type of scheduled inspection.Make copies of the Maintenance Inspection Reportto use for each inspection. Keep records on allinspections for three years.Part No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantage3-1

Section 3 - Scheduled Maintenance InspectionsParts and Service Manual - First EditionMaintenance TablesTable ATools arerequiredA-1Inspect the Operator's ManualA-2Inspect the Decals and PlacardsA-3Inspect for Damage, Loose or Missing PartsA-4Check the Winch OperationA-5Inspect the Columns for DamageA-6Inspect the Cable and Cable PulleysA-7Check the Mast for Proper SequencingA-8Inspect the Casters and WheelsNew partsrequiredDealerservicesuggestedTable BB-1Inspect the Column Hold DownsB-2Inspect All WeldsB-3Clean the ColumnsB-4Inspect and Lubricate the WinchB-5Inspect and Lubricate theRotating Barrel Handler3-2Genie Superlift AdvantagePart No. 32283

Parts and Service Manual - First EditionSection 3 - Scheduled Maintenance InspectionsMAINTENANCE TABLESTable CTools arerequiredC-1Lubricate the Casters and WheelsC-2Inspect the Mast Assembly for WearC-3Replace the Winch Friction DisksC-4Inspect the Safety Brake SystemC-5Inspect the Painted SurfacesPart No. 32283Genie Superlift AdvantageNew partsrequiredDealerservicesuggested3-3

Section 3 - Scheduled Maintenance InspectionsParts and Service Manual - First EditionMaintenance Inspection ReportModelChecklist ASerial numberDateInspector signatureInstructions· Make copies of this page to use foreach inspection.Tools arerequiredColumnY DealerN RNew partsrequiredhold downOperator's manualB-1A-2Decals and placardsB-2Inspect weldsA-3Damage, loose ormissing partsB-3Clean columnsB-4A-4Check winchInspect and lubricatewinchA-5ColumnsB-5A-6Inspect cable andpulleysRotating BarrelHandlerA-7Check mast for propersequencingA-8Inspect castersand wheelsInspector titleInspector companyChecklist BA-1Machine ownerInspected by (print)Y N R· Select the appropriate checklist(s) forthe type of inspection to beperformed.Daily Inspection: AQuarterly Inspection: A BChecklist CservicesuggestedY N RC-1Lubricate castersand wheelsC-2Mast assembly wearC-3Replace winchfriction disksC-4Safety brake systemC-5Inspect paintedsurfacesAnnual Inspection: A B C· Place a check in the appropriate boxafter each inspection procedure iscompleted.· If any inspection receives an “N”,remove the machine from use, repairand re-inspect it. After repair, place acheck in the “R” box.LegendY yes, acceptableN no, unacceptableR repairedComments3-4Genie Superlift AdvantagePart No. 32283

Parts and Service Manual - First EditionSection 4 - Scheduled Maintenance ProceduresScheduled Maintenance ProceduresAbout This SectionThis section contains detailed procedures for eachscheduled maintenance inspection.Each procedure includes a description, safetywarnings and step-by-step instructions.Observe and Obey:Symbols LegendMaintenance procedures shall be completed bya person trained and qualified on themaintenance of this machine.Indicates the presence of a hazardthat will cause death or seriousinjury.Scheduled maintenance procedures shall becompleted daily, quarterly (every 3 months) andannually as specified on the maintenanceinspection report.Indicates the presence of a hazardthat may cause death or seriousinjury.Indicates the presence of a hazardthat will or may cause seriousinjury or damage to the machine.Failure to properly complete eachinspection when required mayresult in death, serious injury orsubstantial machine damage.Immediately tag and remove from service adamaged or malfunctioning machine.Indicates special operation ormaintenance information.Indicates that a specific result is expected afterperforming a series of steps.Repair any machine damage or malfunctionbefore operating machine.Keep records on all inspections for three years.Be sure the capacities of sawhorses or othersupports are sufficient to withstand machineweight. See Specification section for specificweight.Be sure overhead cranes or other lifting devicesare of ample capacity to handle machineweight. See Specification section for specificweight.Unless otherwise specified, perform eachprocedure with the machine in the followingconfiguration:· machine positioned on a flat level surface· carriage fully lowered· casters locked· load handling attachment installedPart No. 32283Genie Superlift Advantage4-1

Parts and Service Manual - First EditionSection 4 - Scheduled Maintenance ProceduresTable A ProceduresA-1Inspect the Operator's ManualMaintaining the operator's manual in goodcondition is essential to safe machine operation.The operator's manual is included with eachmachine and should be stored in the box providedon the mast. An illegible or missing manual will notprovide safety and operational informationnecessary for a safe operating condition.1 Check to make sure the operator's manual ispresent and complete in the storage containeron the mast.2 Examine the pages of the manual to be surethat they are legible and in good condition.3 Always return the manual to the storagecontainer after use.Contact your authorized Geniedistributor or Genie Industries if areplacement manual is needed.2 Inspect all decals for legibility and damage.Replace any damaged or illegible decalimmediately.Contact your authorized Geniedistributor or Genie Industries ifreplacement decals are needed.A-3Inspect for Damage , Loose orMissing PartsDaily machine condition inspections are essentialto safe machine operation and good machineperformance. Failure to locate and repair damage,and discover loose or missing parts may result inan unsafe operating condition.1 Inspect the entire machine for damage andimproperly installed or

Standard Forks forks down 4 ft 101/2 in 9 ft 9 in 14 ft 71/2 in 19 ft 6 in 24 ft 4 in 1.5 m 3 m 4.5 m 6 m 7.4 m forks up 6 ft 7 in 11