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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#1 - harbydeath
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#4 - flyslasher
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For an object to move the combined vector of all their forces must end up not being zero. For example a box on the ground has a downward force due to gravity, but it doesn't move down because the floor pushes up on the box thus cancelling out the downward force. Net force = 0.

Object A == Object B.

Object A lifts Object B. Object B now has a vertical force of +x and Object A has a vertical force of -x.

Object B lifts Object A. Object A now has a vertical force of +2x and Object B has a vertical force of -2x.

Object A Net Force = -x + 2x = x.
Object B Net Force = +x + -2x = -x.

The two objects create a system( combine basically ). x + -x = 0. Zero net force.
#5 - anon id: e41a06f1
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every action has an equal and opposite reaction, therefore they are exerting the oposite reaction on themselves and won't fly
#2 - anon id: e30f6493
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actually bot will roll upside down when doing this

-jontemyraq an old member
User avatar #3 to #2 - poetsofthefall
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Actually it will just wear on the hydraulics of the forklift. Most forklifts have a lift capacity of half their weight. I drive a forklift that weighs 11,000 pounds with a lift capacity of 5,600 pounds at ground level and 5,200 pounds at maximum height. So no neither will tip. You'll end up hearing an annoying grinding noise and smell burning hydraulics.