Stock Number: EQU005657
Make: Hyster
Model: S50FT
Year: 2013

Stock Number: 301065
Make: Hyster
Model: H155FT
Year: 2008

Stock Number: EQU002497
Make: CAT
Model: C5000
Year: 2006

Stock Number: 211866
Make: JLG
Model: 800AJ
Year: 2013

Stock Number: 2-18-UEF60
Make: Misc
Model: FORKS
Year: 0

Stock Number: EQU005758
Make: Hyster
Model: E30Z
Year: 2010

TCM Used Forklifts

TCM Used Forklifts

The basic structure of the categorization of lift trucks comprise the following:

Standard Trucks: Standard Trucks make up the strong and big units which are usually used in warehouses. Standard trucks could typically carry weights between 3,000 pounds to 4,000 pounds and their blades can carry loads as high as 20 feet.

Reach Truck: Reach Trucks are a different name for narrow-aisle lift trucks. Usually, these equipment run on electricity. These kinds of equipment are particularly designed for pallet storage. They are capable of lifting cargo up to 40 feet in height. If you want unloading and lifting weights quickly and over long distances, than a reach truck will not be the right alternative for your application.

Order Selector: Order Selectors are very narrow aisle trucks which are used to transport racked loads that are smaller than pallet size. Order Selectors are unique in that they are capable of lifting both the truck operator and the cargo up to 40 feet in height.

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

Swing Mast Trucks: Swing Mast Trucks are similar in appearance to typical models of trucks. These are machinery with a narrow aisle and have masts that can swing up to 90 degrees, just in one direction.

Turret Trucks: Turret Trucks are also designed with a very narrow aisle. Similar to an Order Selector, they can raise the cargo and the operator. In addition, these trucks are capable of swinging their forks 90 degree on each side.

Visit your local lift truck dealership to see all of these various units and determine which one in particular would be right for your application. If you want to lease before you purchase, this is a very good alternative for you so you could try out various models before making such a huge purchase. Make certain you have a list of questions to ask your forklift dealer and be truthful regarding what the needs of company are when you are discussing the facts with a dependable dealer.

These days, there is such a huge variety of lift truck units available, that it does not matter where you are, you will be able to find the best lift truck for your company.

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