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Forklift Type
   Forklift Class       
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   Class I - Electric Motor Rider Truck       Class I forklifts are electric-motor rider trucks, either stand-up operator or seated three-wheel units. Rider units are counterbalanced and may have cushion or pneumatic wheels. 
   Class II - Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Truck       Class II forklifts are electric-motor trucks for narrow aisle or inventory stock/order picking applications. They may have extra reach or swing-mast functions. 
   Class III - Electric Motor Hand Truck       Class III forklifts are electric-motor trucks, either walk-behind or standing-rider operated. Automated pallet lift-trucks and high lift models are often counterbalanced. 
   Class IV - Internal Combustion Truck / Cushion Tires       Class IV forklifts are rider fork trucks, with cabs and seated controls, internal combustion engines, and solid or "cushion" tires. They are usually counterbalanced. 
   Class V -  Internal Combustion Truck / Pneumatic Tires       Class V forklifts are rider fork trucks, with cabs and seated controls, internal combustion engines, and pneumatic tires.  They are typically counterbalanced. 
   Class VI - Electric and Internal Combustion Tractor       Class VI forklifts are sit-down rider, tow tractor lifts. They are supplied with electric or internal combustion engines. 
   Class VII - Telehandler       Class VII forklifts are designed for use on rough terrain. Typical applications include agriculture, logging and construction. 
   Class VIII - Hand Pallet Truck       Class VIII forklifts include all personnel and burden carriers. 
   Other       Other unlisted forklift classes. 
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   Narrow Aisle       Equipment is designed for size and maneuverability within narrow aisles. 
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   Sideloader       A sideloader is a type forklift specially designed with the lifting forks perpendicular to the drive direction. They are balanced to lift and maneuver long loads. 
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   Stacker / Walkie       Stackers or walkies are movable lifting devices with a high level of maneuverability. They are a lighter-duty version of a forklift. Typically, stackers are used internally for storing and retrieving palletized loads. 
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Load Capacity
   Capacity       Maximum force or load supported by the forklift. 
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Vertical Lift Travel
   Stroke       Stroke is the difference between the fully-lowered and fully-raised lift positions. 
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Fuel
   Fuel       
   Your choices are...         
   Electric       The drive is electric. 
   LP       Lifts use liquefied petroleum (LP) or propane. 
   Natural Gas / CNG       Compressed natural gas (CNG) is an alternative to propane-fueled fork trucks. CNG can exhibit lower odor and emission levels than traditional fuels. 
   Gasoline       Lifts use commercial-grade gasoline. 
   Diesel       Lifts use diesel fuel. 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized forklift fuels or drives. 
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Tires
           
   Your choices are...         
   Pneumatic       Air-inflated tires can provide greater load-cushioning and drive traction than cushion tires. 
   Solid / Cushion       Solid or cushion tires are functional alternatives to other types of tires. They do not puncture and require less maintenance than pneumatic tires. Construction provides some cushioning features; however, solid or cushion tires offer less shock absorption than pneumatic tires. 
   Other       Other tire configurations not covered explicitly by pneumatic or solid / cushion choices. 
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