Universal Waterproof Forklift Seat Cover

Intella Parts is proud to announce a brand new universal waterproof forklift seat cover.

One of the largest sources of forklift seat depreciation is rain / snow. With this product, your seat will be covered at all times.

This seat cover is universal and can fit all forklift models and brands as well as all seats.

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Intella Offers Moffett Parts

Moffett is an Irish truck mounted forklift brand. Moffett equipment are used for their agility and ability to be used in many different settings. Intella offers a wide variety of Moffett parts.

Product CodeProduct Name
MOF-0769990041Moffett 076.999.0041 Filter – Oil
MOF-0769990069Moffett 076.999.0069 Filter – Fuel
MOF-5299990006Moffett 529.999.0006 Bearing – Bolt In
MOF-5030550345Moffett 503.055.0345 Wheel Nut M14-1.50
MOF-0761000637Moffett 076.100.0637 Set Of Filters
MOF-0580590003Moffett 058.059.0003 Pad – Wear
MOF-550469Moffett 550469 Pad – Wear
MOF-5030550344Moffett 503.055.0344 Stud – Wheel
MOF-0769990028Moffett 076.999.0028 Filter – Fuel
MOF-5190560002Moffett 519.056.0002 Seal Kit – Carriage Cylinder
MOF-5001000683Moffett 500.100.0683 Filter – Hydraulic
MOF-201855Moffett 201855 Seal – Oil
MOF-210433-1Moffett 210433-1 Bearing – Mast Roller
MOF-0071000051Moffett 007.100.0051 M25 X 60 Pin
MOF-301623Moffett 301623 Ring – Lock
MOF-RD401-42270Moffett RD401-42270 Filter – Air
MOF-210486-1Moffett 210486-1 Pin – Mast Chain
MOF-210432Moffett 210432 Roller Mast
MOF-757-22230Moffett 757-22230 Key – Ignition (Pair)
MOF-M70000-43081Moffett M70000-43081 Filter – Fuel
MOF-260100Moffett 260100 Gauge – Oil Level
MOF-0761000058Moffett 076.100.0058 Filter – Air
MOF-5360550004Moffett 536.055.0004 Knob – Steering Hand Wheel
MOF-301624Moffett 301624 Nut
MOF-260441Moffett 260441 Cable – Suzie
MOF-5299990006Moffett 5299990006 Bearing – Bolt In
MOF-0381000023Moffett 038.100.0023 Belt – Seat Retractable
MOF-5290550008Moffett 529.055.0008 Bushing
MOF-0021000003Moffett 002.100.0003 Cap – Fuel
MOF-210472-1Moffett 210472-1 Pin – Chain Anchor
MOF-0761000114Moffett 076.100.0114 Filter – Air
MOF-5000551660Moffett 500.055.1660 Linkage Assembly For Hds15 Valve
MOF-0760590347Moffett 076.059.0347 Filter – Air
MOF-270021Moffett 270021 Seal Kit –  Tilt Cylinder
MOF-5370550035Moffett 537.055.0035 Pin
MOF-301643Moffett 301.643 Inner Race
MOF-M21513TMoffett M21513T Filter Kit – V2003 Turbo
MOF-5090550010Moffett 509.055.0010 Key – Bonnet Lock
MOF-260170Moffett 260170 Fitting – Grease

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Intella Sells Nilfisk Advance and Power Boss Sweeper Scrubber Parts

Sweeper Scrubber Parts
Nilfisk is a global manufacturer of cleaning equipment.  In the United States, Nilfisk acquired “Advance” equipment in 1994.  At first the Advance name continued to be marketed but today most machines are marketed as Nilfisk.  Nilfisk also purchased American Lincoln and Alto brands in the 1990s.

Intella stocks Nilfisk Advance and Power Boss Sweeper Scrubber Parts. Here are some popular parts that we sell:

Product CodeProduct Name
ADV-56116500Nilfisk-Advance 56116500 Drain Hose Assembly
POW-730788Power Boss 730788 Squeegee – Rear, Linatex Red
ADV-56414164Nilfisk-Advance 56414164 Broom Idler Assembly
POW-731588Power Boss 731588 Ph Brush 45 In 24 Sr .035/180 Gr
POW-3305662Power Boss 3305662 Broom – 42 In 8 D.R. Proex/Wire
POW-99789000Power Boss 99789000 Brush-Heavy (Sp) Cylindrical
POW-730644Power Boss 730644 Side Squeegee-Linaed-Red
POW-3305665Power Boss 3305665 Broom – 48 In 24 S.R. Nylon
POW-3305663PHPower Boss 3305663Ph Ph Brush 48″ 8 Dr Proex/Wire
POW-731296Power Boss 731296 Broom – 45 In 24Sr .050/80 Gt
ADV-56314313Nilfisk-Advance 56314313 Headlight Kit
POW-3305818Power Boss 3305818 Broom – 48 In 24 S.R Union/Wire
POW-3305812Power Boss 3305812 Broom – 48 In 8 D.R. Nylon
POW-3300308Power Boss 3300308 Broom – 13 In 3 Sr Nylon(Side)
POW-3305663Power Boss 3305663 Broom – 48 In 8 D.R. Proex/Wire
POW-3334070Power Boss 3334070 Filter – Panel
POW-3315315Power Boss 3315315 Broom – 48 In 8 Dr Stiff Nylon
POW-3300306Power Boss 3300306 Brush – 13 In 3S.R Poly(Side)
POW-3332544Power Boss 3332544 Brush – 14 In .035/180 Grit
POW-731093Power Boss 731093 Cylindrical Brush
POW-730787Power Boss 730787 Inner Rear, Linated Red
POW-3305645Power Boss 3305645 Filter – Panel
ADV-56505784Nilfisk-Advance 56505784 Brush 15 Inch
POW-600152Power Boss 600152 Filter – Panel
POW-3313125Power Boss 3313125 Brush – 14 In .050/80 Grit
POW-3332545Power Boss 3332545 Brush – 16″
POW-00911380Power Boss 00911380 Turbine
POW-600900Power Boss 600900 Broom – 26 Inch 3 S.R Poly
POW-731090Power Boss 731090 Brush- 45 In- Nylon

Looking for parts? Give us a call at (616) 796-6638 or shoot us an inquiry.

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Intella Stocks Bromma Parts

bromma parts

Intella now stocks Bromma parts!

Bromma is a leader in the design, manufacture and sale of spreaders around the world. In the United States, a very common Bromma model is the STS45.

Spreaders can be very expensive to maintain. In fact, flippers on spreaders are typically the most expensive item to maintain.

If you are looking for a long term solution to reduce flipper damage, explore FlexiFlipper!

Check out some of the products that we stock!

Bromma Part No.Product Name
1012189Bromma 1012189 Attachment
700871Bromma 700871 Auxiliary Block
43654Bromma 43654 Blockading Piece
56825Bromma 56825 Hydraulic Hose With Fitting
1017442Bromma 1017442 Cable Connector
1700599Bromma 1700599 Canopen I/O Module
79661Bromma 79661 Directional Control Valve
1123117Bromma 1123117 Electrical Motor
24486Bromma 24486 Hydraulic Motor T131
48702Bromma 48702 Ir-Sensor
1701085Bromma 1701085 Led & Lamps With Color Codes | Green LED
1701086Bromma 1701086 Led & Lamps With Color Codes | Red LED
1701087Bromma 1701087 Led & Lamps With Color Codes | Blue LED
1701089Bromma 1701089 Led & Lamps With Color Codes | Transparent LED
1703274Bromma 1703274 Power Supply

Need Bromma Parts?

Give us a call or text at (616) 796-6638, or email us at [email protected]!

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How Do I Measure my Bobcat Skid Steer Tracks

Rubber track dimensions are important to finding the proper rubber track for your equipment.

Product shown: 450X86X58. This product is used on Bobcat T870, Bobcat T830, Kubota SVL90, Kubota SVL95 and more.

Question: How do I read rubber track dimensions?

Answer: Rubber track dimensions are read as width (mm) x pitch (mm) x link (total number of links in the track).

Question: How do I measure my rubber track dimensions?

Answer: the track width is simply the width of the track. The pitch length is the distance between two links. The links are all of the crests that surface from the rubber.

To see an outlined diagram of rubber track dimensions, see the diagram below:

rubber track dimensions

Need Rubber Tracks for your Equipment?

Intella Parts offers a wide range of rubber tracks to satisfy your equipment’s needs.

Give us a call at (616) 796-6638 or email us for any inquiries.

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Forklift Propane Tank Brackets at Intella Parts

Forklift propane tank brackets are useful for keeping propane tanks sturdy during tough conditions. Additionally, tank brackets can help prevent injuries by making the process of changing tanks easier.

forklift propane tank bracket 800085635

Why Forklift Propane Tank Brackets are Useful

Compressed gases and be very dangerous. By law, certain gas tanks, such as welding gas tanks, have to be chained to something in a building. If they are not chained to the building, in the event of a fire, the tanks turn into missiles and will kill firefighters. Brackets can help prevent this from happening. By securing the tank to a building, or forklift, tanks will be prevent from getting loose and causing damage.

Forklift Propane Tank Brackets in Action

Intella offers high forklift propane tank brackets that are built out of thick gauge steel at a competitive price. Order today!

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Fake forklift part numbers

Since the mid-1980s various forklift manufacturers have had aftermarket parts programs featuring parts for competitive brands.  The Hyster Company came out with Unisource in the early 1980s, Caterpillar following with Promatch in 1988, and most other forklift OEMs jumped on board in the 90s or early 2000s.

Names of the aftermarket parts programs from certain OEMs:

Hyster:  In North America they called the program “Unisource”, in Europe they called the program Multiquip.

Caterpillar:  PROMATCH

Clark: Totallift

Crown: One Source

Nissan:  Duralift

Mitsubishi:  Mastersource (then recently, Promatch)

Yale:  Premier parts program

Raymond:  Raymond Z program, OTR program (other-than-Raymond)

Toyota: STAR lift program

So what are “fake” OEM parts numbers?

We call forklift part numbers that are for competitive brands of equipment “fake” part numbers.   You might have a Hyster number that appears to be a part number but in reality it’s for another brand forklift.  It’s one of their aftermarket part numbers.
Here’s a guide to “fake” part numbers:

Hyster:  8 digit part numbers that start with a 3 are Unisourcd aftermarket part numbers for non Hyster forklifts.  Example: 3002381
Caterpillar/Mitsubishi: Part numbers in the following ranges: 0971001-0973999, part numbers starting with 2I or 9I like 2I5326, 10 digit part numbers that start with A like A000006449
Clark:  6 digit numbers that start with 44 like 444817 or 7 digit part numbers that start with 70 like 7004042

Toyota: Starlift numbers often begin with 005 like this 00590-01362-71

Yale part numbers are always 9 digits long.  Yale forklift part numbers that start with 22 are Premier aftermarket program part numbers like this one:  220034232

What It Means

So what does it mean if you’ve stumbled on a part number like this?  It means the part doesn’t really fit the brand it’s labelled with.  It’s simply an aftermarket part, marketed by a particular forklift brand, which fits not that brand but a competitive brand.  Sort of like if Chevy started selling parts for Toyota.

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How to Paint a Forklift

Need help deciding which paint you need? Click here!

Why It is Important to Know How to Paint a Forklift

Knowing how to properly paint a forklift is crucial for maintaining the structure and integrity of the surface. This article will outline how to properly paint a forklift.

how to paint a forklift

Overall Principles

  1. Surface Preparation is Crucial

    Coating performance and longevity is directly related to surface preparation. Approximately 80% of all coating failures can be attributed to improper surface preparation. Choosing which method to use to prepare the surface is dependent on surface material, current paint, pain going to be used, and environment.

  2. Previously Coated Surfaces

    All previous contamination, such as oil, grease, loose paint, dirt, and overall foreign contaminants, needs to be removed before applying a new coat of paint.

  3. Touch-Up, Maintenance, and Repair

    In order for a proper coating to last a long time, scheduled maintenance must be performed to maintain coat integrity. This includes, but is not limited to: inspection of painted areas, removing oils, removing foreign chemicals, and removing all other foreign contaminants.

Removing Previous Coats & SSPC/NACE Standards

  1. SSPC-SP-1 Solvent Cleaning

    This is a method that removes all visible oil, grease, soil, drawing and all other foreign contaminants. Click here to learn more.

  2. SSPC-SP-2 Hand Tool Cleaning

    This method removes all loose mill scale, rust, and other foreign matter. Before using this method, remove all oil, grease, welding residues, and salts. Click here to learn more.

  3. SSPC-SP-3 Power Tool Cleaning

    Similarly to the previous method, Power Tool Cleaning helps remove loose mill scale, rust, and other foreign matter. In that sense, Power Tool Cleaning is nearly identical to the Hand Tool Cleaning method. Click here to learn more.

  4. Blast Cleaning

    The following methods remove all oil, grease, dirt, dust, mill scale, rust, pain, and oxides should all be removed making them extremely effective methods.

    1. SSPC-SP5/NACE1 White Metal Blast Cleaning
    2. SSPC-SP6/NACE3 Commercial Blasting Cleaning
    3. SSPC-SP7/NACE4 Brush-Off Blast Cleaning
    4. SSPC-SP10/NACE2 Near-White Blast Cleaning
  5. SSPC-SP12/NACE5 High and Ultra-High

    This method utilizes high and ultra-high water pressure water jetting to remove various foreign material.

Click here to read full manual


To properly paint a forklift, a proper and thorough paint removal procedure must be employed. This ensures that the next coat of paint will have a long lifespan. Have questions? Leave a comment below or call us at (616) 796-6638!

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How to Assemble and Disassemble a Forklift Carriage

JUMP-TO LINKS: Assemble Forklift Carriage, Disassemble Forklift Carriage

How To: Remove & Install Forklift Carriage

  1. To start, raise carriage (1), position a wooden block as shown, and lower carriage (1) onto the wooden block.

  2. remove carriage
  3. Next, disconnect two hydarulic lines (4) from side shifter cylinder. Plug and cap all openings to prevent contamination.

  4. install carriage
  5. Then, remove four bolts (8) from the chain guard/hose support assembly. Set the hoses aside away from the cylinder & cross head.

  6. remove install carriage
  7. Remove two bolts (10) from the hose mounting bracket and set the hoses aside. Then, remove the nuts (9) from the chain anchors and set them aside away from the clear of the mast.

  8. Now, use a tool to remove the retainer ring (11) from the cross head shift.

  9. Remove the cross head (12) from the shaft.
  10. Remove the carriage bolts (13).

  11. Raise the inner mast in order to pull out carriage.

  12. remove forklift carriage
  13. Remove the carriage from the bottom of the inner mast (15). Carriage (14) weighs 255 lb.
  14. Raise the inner mast to put in the carriage onto the mast and lower the inner mast to cover the carriage (1) bearing fully.
  15. Install the carriage bolts (13).
  16. Now, install the cross head(12) and retaining ring (11).
  17. install forklift carriage
  18. Put the chains in position over the cross head (12), install nuts (9) onto the chain anchors, and install the bolts (10) onto the hose mounting bracket.

  19. Install the chain guard and hose support assembly (6) and four bolts (8).

  20. install carriage
  21. Finally, connect two hydraulic lines (4) to their original positions. End by installing the backrest and the forks.

How To: Disassemble Forklift Carriage

  1. First, remove the roller pins & pins (2) to disconnect the chains (1).

  2. disassemble carriage
  3. Next, remove the four lower roller bearings (3) and the shims from the carriage.

  4. disassemble forklift carriage
  5. Finally, remove the screw (5) and washer (4) and remove the top roller bearings (6) and the shims.

How To: Assemble Forklift Carriage

Carriage Adjustment (3) Upper bearings. (4) Shims. (5) Bolts. (6) screw. (7) Middle bearings. (8) Lower Bearings. (A) Zero clearance. (B) 6.0-9.0mm. (C) Minimum CLearance.
  1. To start, select lower bearings from the belwo chart to obtain a minimum clearance (B) between bearings and channel leg for full channel length.

  2. Next, find the narrowest point by ruler on the inner mast in the area where the bearings make contact.

  3. assemble carriage
  4. Now, install enough shims (4) that have been equally divided behind the bearings (3). At installation, the should be no contact (zero clearance (A)) between bearings and the narrowest point, as described in step 2.

  5. assemble forklift carriage
  6. Then, do steps 2-3 for the other set of bearings (8) & (9).

  7. assemble forklift carriage
  8. Tighten screw (5) that holds the top bearings carriage. There should be a torque of 34 +/- 7 Nm (newton meters).
  9. Shim stop bolt (11) as required to obtain a 6-9 mm lap with top carriage stop on the inner upright.

  10. Finally, position the chains (6) on the carriage and install the pins (7) and the roll pins.

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How to Replace Forklift Mast Rollers


This article will outline how to accurately and efficiently calculate which mast and carriage rollers are needed for a specific model in addition to answering how to replace forklift mast rollers. This includes: mast model, bearing part number, outer diameter size.

Installing Lift Bracket Rollers (for all mast models)

To disassemble, follow the sequence in reverse.

reassembly mast


1. Lift Bracket2. Lift bracket upper rollers3. Lift bracket middle rollers
4. Lift bracket lower rollers5. Side rollers6. Inner Mast


Clearance G: clearance between roller side surface and inner mast thrust surface. This is used to determine the amount of shims at the bearing seat. Measure Clearance G between the side of the surface of the roller and inner mast. Measurement range: 0.1 to 0.5 mm (0.004 to 0.020 in.)

Clearance F: clearance between roller circumference and inner mast thrust surface. This is used to determine the proper size of the rollers. Measurement Range: 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) or less

Clearance G1: clearance between side roller circumference and inner mast side roller thrust surface. Measurement Range: 0.1 to 0.5 mm (0.004 to 0.020 in.)


  1. Choosing Correct Roller Diameters

    Measure clearance F for upper roller 2, middle roller 3, and lower roller 4. If not in the range, replace the rollers. The rollers should function smoothly.

  2. Adjusting clearance G between the middle roller and thrust plate

    Measure clearance G between the middle roller and thrust plate. If not in the measurement range, adjust clearance G.

    If clearance G is too high, increase the thickness of shims, and vice versa.

  3. Adjusting clearance G between lower rollers and inner mast

    Measure clearance G between the lower rollers and inner mast. Adjust clearance G as described in the previous point.

  4. Installing main rollers

    Use a driving tool to properly install main rollers on shafts. Do not strike the outer roller surface while installing.

  5. Adjusting clearance G1 between the side roller and inner mast

    Measure the clearance of G1 between the side roller’s rolling contact surface and inner mast. If the measure is not in the range mentioned above, adjust the clearance in the following manner: if G1 clearance is excessive, increase the thickness of the shims and vice versa.

Diagram describing how to install main rollers

How to Replace Forklift Mast Rollers (for all mast models)

install mast rollers


  1. Measure clearance F between the rollers’ contact surface and masts

    If this value is not in the range (1.0 mm / 0.04in, or less), replace with rollers with the correct diameters listed in the table below (figure 1)

  2. Measure clearance G between the rollers and the masts

    If the measured clearances exceeds the range (0.1 to 0.5mm, 0.004 to 0.020 in.)

All mast rollers are identical in shape and size. Thus, clearance F should be 1.0 mm (0.04 in.) or less and clearance G should be 0.1 to 0.5 mm (0.004 to 0.020 in.). If the measured clearances are incorrect, replace the rollers with the correct diameters listed in the below in figure 1.

If measured value clearance G exceeds the standard value, increase the thickness of shims (e) – (j). Standard values can be seen here:

Item1 ton class (mm)2, 3 ton classes (mm)
Shim (e)21
Shim (f)21
Shim (g)11
Shim (h)21
Shim (i)21
Shim (j)21
mast and carriage main rollers sizes
Figure 1

Where do I find the part numbers?

mast part number location

Have Questions?

Leave a comment below or gives us a call at (616) 796-6638 and we can help calculate your mast and carriage rollers!

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