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How to identify a Rockwell or Axletech axle

Axletech was spun off from Rockwell International’s off highway division in 2002.  These axles are used in a variety of applications such as forklifts, ground support equipment, cranes, aerial lifts, and other off highway equipment.   Axles built before 2002 were marked with Rockwell.  Axles built in 2002 and later were marked with the words Axletech.  You can order Axleparts parts online at Intella’s website.  Before you order however, you need to figure out which part number to order.  We’re here to help.

 

There’s a data tag on each axle.  That data tag contains some important information and it will help us find the correct parts for your equipment.  The diagram below shows where the data tag would be found and a typical model number.

 

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Once you have the model number of the axle, you are ready to identify the part numbers you need.  Call us at 616-796-1288 or email us with this information.  You can also simply email us a photograph of the Axletech identification tag.

 

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Tip:  some part numbers are stamped on individual axle components.  Please share this information with the axle model number–often if digits are missing on the part number we can still identify the part as long as we have the axle model information from the ID plate.

 

Axletech axles are used in a variety of different equipment.  They’re typically found in forklifts (like Hyster, Hoist, Royal, Kalmar, and Terex) as well as ground support equipment like Tug.  Axletech has good parts availability and Intella has access to the complete line of parts from Axletech.

 


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Where do I find my Raymond forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Raymond forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

When ordering Raymond forklift parts, having the correct serial number is crucial. The quickest way to find your Raymond forklift’s serial number is to check the forklift’s nameplate (also called a data plate or data tag). This useful little plate displays various details about your truck–how much it weighs, how much it can lift, its model, and (most importantly) its serial number. On a Raymond forklift, the nameplate is often found near the dashboard, like in the image to the left, and looks similar to the image on the below.

raymond forklift parts intellaRaymond forklift's serial number

But what if your forklift’s nameplate has worn down or fallen off? Don’t worry just yet. A Raymond forklift’s serial number can sometimes be found physically stamped on its chassis. For Raymond trucks, this number is often located in the power section, usually under the controller. But beware: there are also shop work order numbers stamped on various places on the frame, which are not correct serial numbers. So, when you’re in dire need of your serial number and your nameplate isn’t cutting it, you now have another handy option. Just be careful when you’re looking all over your chassis not to mistakenly use any other numbers!

 

 


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Where do I find my Clark forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Clark forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

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The quickest way to find your Clark forklift’s serial number is to check the forklift’s data tag (also called a data plate or nameplate). This useful plaque displays various details about your lift–its model, how much it weighs, how much it can lift, and (most importantly) its serial number. If you have a Clark forklift parts catalog for your machine, the serial number will also be printed on the front cover.  On a Clark forklift, the nameplate looks like the image to the right and is often found near the dashboard or the seat, like in the image to the left:

Clark forklift's serial numberClark forklift's serial number

Clark forklift's serial numberBut what if your forklift’s nameplate has worn down or fallen off? Don’t panic. A Clark forklift’s serial number can be found physically stamped right on its frame. Often, this number is stamped in the left-hand frame member of the chassis. For example, to the right is the frame stamp from the forklift shown above. So, if you’re in dire need of your serial number and your nameplate is out of commission, remember to check the body of your truck too!

 


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Where do I find my Taylor Dunn forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Taylor Dunn forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

The most direct way to find your Taylor Dunn forklift’s serial number is to check the nameplate (also called a data tag). This helpful plate displays important information about your forklift–its model, its weight, its lifting capacity, and more. Most importantly, it also lists the forklift’s serial number. Checking the nameplate is the best way to find your forklift’s serial number.

 

But what if the nameplate has fallen off or worn down? Don’t worry. In many cases, a Taylor Dunn forklift’s serial number can be found physically stamped somewhere on its frame. Below is a list of many different models of Taylor Dunn forklifts and where their serial numbers can be found. Some also list where their nameplates can be found.

 

Models and serial numbers


•  SS5-34: stamped into the upper surface of the tubular frame member, just below the deck board

•  ET-030-48: stamped in the frame, behind the seat bulkhead on the forward deck bed angle

•  B0-T48-48: stamped in the frame, behind the seat bulkhead on the forward deck bed angle

•  B0-210-36: see Figure 1

•  B0-210-36AMB: see Figure 1

•  B0-248-36: see Figure 2

•  B0-248-48: see Figure 2

•  B0-254-36: see Figure 2

•  BT-248-36: see Figure 3

•  BT-248-48: see Figure 3

•  BT-280-36: see Figure 4

•  BT-280-48: see Figure 4

•  SC-100-24: see Figure 5

•  SC-100-36: see Figure 5

•  SC-100-48: see Figure 5

 

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Where do I find my Hyster forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Hyster forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

The most direct way to find your Hyster forklift’s serial number is to check the nameplate (also called a data tag). This helpful little plate includes lots of various information about your forklift–how much it can lift, how much it weighs, which model it is, and (most importantly) its serial number. On a Hyster forklift, the nameplate looks like the photo on the left and is often found near the dashboard, like in the photo on the right:

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Checking the nameplate is the quickest and easiest method of discerning the serial number of your forklift. But what if the nameplate wears down or has fallen off? You’re not out of luck just yet. Sometimes, a forklift’s serial number can be found in its electronic system or physically stamped on its frame. Below is a list of many different models of Hyster forklifts and where their serial numbers can be found.

 

 

Walkie / Pedestrian Jacks

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•  A229 (B60Z and B80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 1

•  A229 (W60Z, W65Z, and W80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 2

•  B230 (B60Z and B80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 1

•  B230 (W60Z, W65Z, and W80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 2

•  B233 (B60Z and B80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 1

•  B233 (W60Z, W65Z, and W80Z): see highlighted number in Figure 2

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Riders

•  A214: right-hand of the frame rail, near the counterweight

•  C024: right-hand side of the frame, near the counterweight

•  D001: rear of the base frame (two lines) in front of the steering tire, on the right-hand side

•  D004: right-hand side of the frame near the counterweight

•  E010: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  E114: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  F001: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  F108: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  F114: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  F187: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  G004: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  G006: right-hand side of the frame near the counterweight

•  G108: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  H177: front crossmember of the frame, on the right-hand side

•  J004: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  L177: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  N005: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

•  P005: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 3

 

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One last thing!  If you have a Hyster forklift parts catalog, often the serial number will be printed on the front cover of this catalog/parts manual.


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Where do I find my TCM forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for TCM forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

The most direct way to find your TCM forklift’s serial number is to check the data tag, also called a nameplate. The nameplate includes various information about your forklift–its weight, its model, how much it can lift, and more. Most importantly, the nameplate also lists the truck’s serial number. In general, a forklift nameplate looks like the image on the left, and on a TCM forklift it is commonly found around the dashboard, like in the image on the right:

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A serial number is very important when ordering the correct parts for your forklift. But what if the nameplate has fallen off or worn down? Don’t panic. In many cases, a TCM forklift’s serial number can be found stamped somewhere on its frame. Below is a table of many different models of TCM forklifts and a set of reference figures. Use the table to determine which figure to use when looking for your TCM forklift’s serial number.

 

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Models and serial numbers

FCB15A4 = Figure 1                FG20T7G = Figure 3                  FHG30T7 = Figure 3
FCB20A4 = Figure 1                FG20T7L = Figure 3                  FHG30T7DF = Figure 3
FCB25A4 = Figure 1                FG25T7DF = Figure 3                FHG30T7G = Figure 3
FCB25A4S = Figure 1              FG25T7G = Figure 3                  FHG20T7DF = Figure 3
FCB30A4 = Figure 1                FG25T7L = Figure 3                   FD35T9 = Figure 4
FCG15-3G = Figure 2              FG30T7 = Figure 3                     FG35T2DF = Figure 4
FCG15-3L = Figure 2               FG30TDF = Figure 3                  FG35T2G = Figure 4
FCG18-3G = Figure 2              FG30T7G = Figure 3                  FG35T2L = Figure 4
FCG18-3L = Figure 2               FG30T7L = Figure 3                  FG40T2DF = Figure 4
FCG20-3HG = Figure 2           FHD20T7 = Figure 3                  FG40T2G = Figure 4
FCG20-3HL = Figure 2            FHD25T7 = Figure 3                  FG40T2L = Figure 4
FCG25-3HG = Figure 2           FHD30T7 = Figure 3                  FG40T9 = Figure 4
FCG25-3HL = Figure 2            FHG15T2DF = Figure 3             FG45T2DF = Figure 4
FCG28-3HG = Figure 2           FHG15T2L = Figure 3                FG45T2G = Figure 4
FCG28-3HL = Figure 2            FHG18T2DF = Figure 3             FG45T2L = Figure 4
FCG30-3HG = Figure 2           FHG18T2G = Figure 3               FG45T9 = Figure 4
FCG30-3HL = Figure 2            FHG18T2L = Figure 3                FD70-9 = Figure 5
FCG36-8G = Figure 2              FHG20T7G = Figure 3               FD80-9 = Figure 5
FCG36-8L = Figure 2              FHG20T7L = Figure 3                FD100-9 = Figure 5
FD20T7 = Figure 3                  FHG25T7DF = Figure 3             FHD36Z2 = Figure 6
FD25T7 = Figure 3                  FHG25T7G = Figure 3               FHG30T3G = Figure 6
FG20T7DF = Figure 3             FHG25T7L = Figure 3               FHG36T3L = Figure 6


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Where do I find my Doosan forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Doosan forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

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The quickest way to find your Doosan forklift’s serial number is to check the lift’s nameplate (also called a data tag or data plate). This useful identifier is the first place you should look for important information about your forklift–its weight, its lifting capacity, its model, and (most importantly) its serial number. When ordering parts for your forklift, the correct serial number is crucial.

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However, the nameplate is not the only place to find this piece of information. In many cases, a Doosan forklift’s serial number can be found physically stamped somewhere on its frame as well. Below is a collection of images that show you where you can find your forklift’s serial number, either by way of its nameplate or its frame stamp. Just find your forklift’s model in the image titles.

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Models and serial numbers


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Where do I find my Yale forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Yale forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

The most direct way to find your Yale forklift’s serial number is to check the nameplate (also called a data tag). This helpful little plate displays various information about your forklift–its lifting capacity, its model, how much it weighs, and (most importantly) its serial number. On a Yale forklift, the nameplate looks like the picture on the left and is often found somewhere near the dashboard, like the picture on the right:

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Checking the nameplate is the quickest and easiest method of discerning the serial number of your forklift. But what if the nameplate has fallen off or worn down? Don’t worry. In many cases, a Yale forklift’s serial number can be found in its electronic system or physically stamped somewhere on its frame. Below is a list of many different models of Yale forklifts and where their serial numbers can be found, sorted into categories of walkies (pedestrian jacks) and riders. Some also list where their nameplates can be found.

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Walkie / Pedestrian Jacks

•  A817 (MPC-AD): see highlighted sections of Figure 1

•  A817 (MPC-LD): see highlighted sections of Figure 2

•  A817 (MTR): see highlighted sections of Figure 3

•  A827: see Figure 4

•  A838 (MPC): see highlighted sections of Figure 5

•  A838 (MPW, MLW, MPE): see highlighted sections of Figure 6

•  A838 (MTR): see highlighted sections of Figure 7

•  A890 (B60Z, B80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  A890 (W60Z, W65Z, W80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  A891 (B60Z, B80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  A891 (W60Z, W65Z, W80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  A894 (B60Z, B80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  A894 (W60Z, W65Z, W80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  A896 (B60Z, B80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  A896 (W60Z, W65Z, W80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  A897 (B60Z, B80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  A897 (W60Z, W65Z, W80Z): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  A898 (MPC-AD): see highlighted sections of Figure 1

•  A898 (MPC-LD): see highlighted sections of Figure 2

•  A898 (MTR): see highlighted sections of Figure 3

•  A899 (MPC-AD): see highlighted sections of Figure 1

•  A899 (MPC-LD): see highlighted sections of Figure 2

•  A899 (MTR): see highlighted sections of Figure 3

•  B828 (MPC): see highlighted sections of Figure 5

•  B828 (MPW, MLW, MPE): see highlighted sections of Figure 6

•  B828 (MTR): see highlighted sections of Figure 7

•  B896 (MPE060-E, MPE080-E): see highlighted sections of Figure 9

•  B896 (MPW060-E, MPW065-E, MPW080-E): see highlighted sections of Figure 10

•  MLW: see Figure 11

•  MLE: see Figure 11

•  MPC: see Figure 8

•  MPE: see Figure 8

•  MPW: see Figure 8

 

 

Riders

•  A295: stamped on the outside of the right-hand side outer weldment of the mast; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 25

•  A814: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  A818: see highlighted sections of Figure 15

•  A819 (MCW): see highlighted sections of Figure 12

•  A820 (MRW): see highlighted sections of Figure 13

•  A820 (MSW): see highlighted sections of Figure 14

•  A822: top of either the left-hand or right-hand frame, depending on model; see Figure 18

•  A823: top of either the left-hand or right-hand frame, depending on model; see Figure 18

•  A824: see Figure 17 for location of nameplate (serial number)

•  A826: see Figure 20

•  A829: top edge of the right-hand frame above the caster wheel; see Figure 19 for location of nameplate (serial number)

•  A833: top of either the left-hand or right-hand frame, depending on model; see Figure 18

•  A834: see highlighted sections of Figure 15

•  A837: see Figure 21

•  A839: stamped on the right-hand side of the rear bulkhead (battery compartment), on the top edge or on the front face near the top

•  A875: front crossmember of the frame, right-hand side

•  A876: front crossmember of the frame, right-hand side

•  A877: front crossmember of the frame, right-hand side

•  A878: right-hand side of the frame near the counterweight

•  A879: right-hand side of the frame near the counterweight

•  A908: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  A910: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 24

•  B801: see highlighted sections of Figure 22

•  B807: see Figure 16 for location of nameplate

•  B809: rear of the base frame (two lines) in front of the steering tire, on the right-hand side

•  B810: rear of the base frame (two lines) in front of the steering tire, on the right-hand side

•  B813: see highlighted sections of Figure 15

•  B818: see highlighted sections of Figure 15

•  B819 (MCW): see highlighted sections of Figure 12

•  B820 (MRW): see highlighted sections of Figure 13

•  B820 (MSW): see highlighted sections of Figure 14

•  B821 (MRW): see highlighted sections of Figure 13

•  B821 (MSW): see highlighted sections of Figure 14

•  B826: see highlighted sections of Figure 23

•  B861: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  B875: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 24

•  C809: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 24

•  C810: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 24

•  C813: right-hand side of the frame, under the battery box

•  C815: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  C816: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  C818: right-hand side of the frame under the battery box

•  C819: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  C820: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  C821: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  C861: stamped on the outside of the right-hand outer weldment of the mast; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 25

•  D216: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  D829: stamped on the outside of the outer weldment of the mast

•  E108: stamped on top of the rear bulkhead of the frame, inside the right rear leg of the overhead guard

•  E177: front crossmember of the frame toward the right-hand side

•  E187: front crossmember of the frame toward the right-hand side

•  E813: right-hand side of the frame under the battery box

•  E818: right-hand side of the frame, under the floor plate; electronically, follow the steps in Figure 24


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Where do I find my Crown forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Crown forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

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When ordering parts for your forklift, having the correct serial number for your forklift is crucial. But how do you find this important number? The quickest way to find your Crown forklift’s serial number is to check the lift’s nameplate (also called a data tag or data plate). This useful identifier displays a lot of important informatioCrown forklift's serial numbern about your forklift, including its weight, its lifting capacity, its model, and (most importantly) its serial number. It often looks like the photo to the right. However, the nameplate is not always the only place to find this piece of information. In some cases, a Crown forklift’s serial number can also be found physically stamped somewhere on its frame.

Here’s an example of a serial number stamped into the side of the mast on a stand up Crown forklift:

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 Below is a collection of images that show you where you can find your forklift’s serial number, either by way of its nameplate or its frame stamp. Just find your forklift’s model in the image titles and check out the highlighted section of the image.

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Models and serial numbers


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Where do I find my Caterpillar forklift’s serial number?

Note: This page is for Caterpillar and Mitsubishi forklifts only. To find a serial number for a forklift of a different brand, click here for our other guides.

 

The most direct way to find your Caterpillar forklift’s serial number is to check the forklift’s nameplate (also called a data tag). This helpful little label includes lots of various details about your lift–its model, its weight, its lifting capacity, and more. Most importantly, the nameplate also displays the forklift’s serial number. On a Caterpillar forklift, the nameplate looks like the image to the left and is often found near the dashboard, like in the image to the right:

Caterpillar forklift's serial numberCaterpillar forklift's serial number

Caterpillar is also associated with the Mitsubishi brand, so if you have a Mitsubishi forklift, the nameplate may look something like this:Caterpillar forklift's serial number

Checking the nameplate is the quickest and easiest method of discerning the serial number of your forklift. But what if the nameplate wears down or has fallen off? You’re not out of luck just yet. Sometimes, a Caterpillar forklift’s serial number can be found physically stamped on its frame. Below is a list of different models of Caterpillar forklifts and some diagrams showing where their serial numbers can be found.

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Models and serial numbers

In general, a Caterpillar forklift’s serial number is stamped on the chassis frame above the right-hand front wheel. For certain models that are represented by diagrams, see the highlighted portions of the figures below.

 

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For models GP40K, GP40KL, GP45K, GP50K, DP40K, DP40KL, DP45K, and DP50K, see Fig. 1.

For models P30001, P35001, PC40001, P40001, P50001, P55001, P60001, P65001, and P70001, see Fig. 2.

 

Note: This list is a work in progress. Check back later for more Caterpillar/Mitsubishi models!


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