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Toyota range of LPG engine powered forklifts offers load capacities ranging from 1.0 to 8.0 tons. Designed for light, medium, and heavy-duty material handling, these internal combustion counterbalanced trucks are equipped with the unique Toyota System of Active Stability (SAS) to enhance operator safety and comfort. Reliable Toyota industrial engines offer faster acceleration and lift speeds, increasing productivity during stacking, loading, and unloading goods, as well as horizontal transport functions.
Toyota is active all over Europe and provides a full range of forklift trucks and warehouse equipment, such as hand pallet trucks, powered pallet trucks, powered stackers, order pickers, reach trucks, very narrow aisle trucks,
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Depending on your needs, a new truck may not always be what you’re looking for. Due to financial reasons or your usage, our range of used trucks may be the right choice for you.
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- If you have an occasional need
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Buying a used truck can save you money compared to a new truck. For example, if you only need a back-up truck to do specific tasks every once in a while, or if you urgently need an extra truck to make it through busier periods, we can help you out with a used truck
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You can buy our used trucks with confidence since we produce them according to the Toyota Production System. Throughout their lifetime, they are maintained by our Toyota certified technicians with Toyota genuine parts and refurbished by us afterward, followed by a final technical inspection.
I’ve visited plenty of customers who call their Toyota forklift a nickname like “Big Orange” or “The Boss” to be able to easily identify it from other forklifts in their fleet. These nicknames are great when communicating internally, but knowing and understanding your forklift’s model number will help you communicate more effectively with people externally, like your Toyota dealer or other company locations. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a simple way to help you understand those seemingly complicated Toyota model numbers?
Well, look no further, because here’s your comprehensive guide to Toyota Forklift Model Numbers!
As with most products, Toyota model numbers are a combination of letters and
Toyota Forklift Model Numbers up to 17,500 lbs.
There are two general model number formats for Toyota forklifts which are split up based on forklift capacity. The first format covers models with base capacities up to 17,500 lbs.
*Rated capacities should always be checked on the forklift data plate, which will be specific to your forklift’s configuration
As you can see in the diagram above, most models begin with a number signifying which model series it belongs to. For example, an “8” means that this forklift is an “8-series” model. Since model numbers are sequential, a higher number generally translates to a newer model.
The model series is followed by a series of letters, the first of which designates the category of the industrial vehicle. A “B” after the model series designator indicates the forklift has base legs, which is commonly seen in model numbers for reach trucks and walkie stackers. The remaining explanations are pretty self-explanatory.
The third character in the model number indicates the type of drive or fuel type:
- “G” indicates it is powered by LP or gasoline.
- “D” stands for diesel-powered.
- “B” stands for battery-powered.
- On Class III products, a “W” in this position indicates that the forklift is a walk-behind unit.
- For Class, I products, an “N” designates that the forklift has a narrow chassis, which commonly indicates that the product is a stand-up, counterbalanced model.
The next character indicates a unique construction and is not present on all models. A model with cushion tires has a “C” in this position, and the lack of a letter “C” means that the forklift has pneumatic tires.
One tricky character here can be the letter “E”, which can mean the truck is a 3-wheel electric or an end control rider model. The difference is easily distinguishable by looking at the entire model number. Any model with an “F” in it is a forklift and any with an “H” are hand-operated. So an “8FBE15U” is a 3-wheel electric model and an “8HBE30” is an end controlled rider. Three-wheel electric models also have optional pneumatic tires, so you can’t rely on the model number alone to determine tire type in this case.
The next letter is generally a “U” signifying that the forklift was built in the United States. If there is no “U”, it means the forklift was built somewhere outside of the United States. There are some models where an “S” actually appears before the “U”, which indicates the vehicle has a short chassis. An example of this would be the 8FGCSU20. As of 2013, Toyota began placing the “U” at the end of the model number with the launch of the mid and large IC models built in Columbus, Indiana. This trend will continue to occur going forward.
Last, but not least, is the base capacity indicator. There are some exceptions, as noted above, but generally, the number represents base capacity in tons with one decimal place. So a “25” here would indicate that the base capacity is 2.5 tons or 5,000 lbs. Tonnage is sometimes rounded due to the fact that two numbers for tonnage are used. Be sure to always refer to your forklift’s data plate for capacity information related to your specific forklift configuration.