Stock Number: ATT394
Make: Misc
Model: 60" Class III Pallet Forks
Year: 0


Stock Number: 232142
Make: WackerNeuson
Model: WK HI400HD D
Year: 2013


Stock Number: 212727
Make: JLG
Model: 30AM-DC
Year: 2015


Stock Number: 2-18-UEATT-58
Make: Misc
Model: MAST
Year: 0


Stock Number: 205921
Make: Hyundai
Model: 110D-7E
Year: 2011


Stock Number: 212566
Make: JLG
Model: 450AJ
Year: 2014


Stock Number: 301398
Make: Capacity
Model: TJ7000
Year: 2004


Stock Number: 301638
Make: Hoist
Model: P360
Year: 2011


Stock Number: 206710
Make: CAT
Model: P12000-LE
Year: 2012


Stock Number: 232156
Make: WackerNeuson
Model: WK HI400HD D
Year: 2013


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Make: Komatsu
Model: FG25T-16
Year: 2008


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Make: Mitsubishi
Model: FD50N1
Year: 2014


 
TCM Used Forklifts

TCM Used Forklifts

The basic structure of the categorization of forklifts consists of the following:

Standard Trucks: The standard lift truck is a tough and durable unit and the most frequently utilized lift trucks in warehouses. Standard trucks could typically carry weights between 3,000 pounds to 4,000 pounds and their blades can lift loads up to a height of 20 feet.

Reach Truck: Reach Trucks are a different name for narrow-aisle lift trucks. Generally, these equipment run on electricity. These machinery are specially designed for pallet storage. They could carry cargo up to 40 feet in height. If you desire lifting and unloading weights over long distances and fast, than a reach truck would not be the best kind of machinery for your requirements.

Order Selector: Very narrow aisle forklifts or order selectors can be utilized to move racked loads which are a lot smaller than pallet size. Order Selectors are different in that they are capable of raising both the truck driver and the cargo as high as 40 feet.

Motorized Pallet Trucks: Motorized Pallet Trucks are also known as walkies, walkie riders and riders. These units are aptly named because of the fact that the operator is not required to sit inside of the vehicle in order to operate it. Instead, the driver walks beside the truck as it transports the cargo.

Swing Mast Trucks: Swing Mast Trucks are similar in appearance to regular units of trucks. These are machinery with a narrow aisle and have masts that could swing up to 90 degrees, only in one direction.

Turret Trucks: The turret truck has been designed to operate in very narrow aisles. Like an Order Selector, they can lift the cargo and the operator. Additionally, these trucks are capable of swinging their forks 90 degree on each side.

Visit your local lift truck dealership to see all of these different models and determine what in particular would be best for your application. If you want to lease before you purchase, this is a very great alternative for you so you can check out various models prior to making such a big purchase. Make certain you have a list of questions to ask your forklift dealer and be honest regarding what the requirements of business are when you are talking about the facts with a knowledgeable dealer.

Nowadays, there is such a huge array of lift truck models available, that it does not matter where you are, you would be able to find the right forklift for your business.

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