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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 information 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:
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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