Toyota Forklift Year by Model Number
Decoding forklift model numbers can be difficult to begin with and it seems as though Toyota only makes it harder. Each year Toyota creates a model number with a different set of letters and numbers that all stand for something that can help you determine your Toyota forklift year. These characters make up the engine type, construction features, any model changes, how it’s powered, the load capacity and more. The different characters in the model number are explained in the coding system below. In the example, there are 8 characters in the model number although the coding system shows 9 possible characters. For any empty spot like the one below, it means there is no information applicable to the forklift so you can simply skip that section.
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So what is the age of my Toyota forklift?
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Update: Toyota 8FGCU25 age
We receive plenty of comments on this post regarding the age of one of the most popular Toyota forklift models, the model 8FGCU25. Many people just need an approximate age of their forklift. The table below will help you determine the approximate age of your Toyota 8FGCU25 forklift:
|Serial number range||Year|
|0 through 10047||2007|
|10047 through 17826||2008|
|17826 through 24063||2009|
|24064 through 28438||2010|
|28439 through 31086||2011|
|31087 through 38000||2012|
|38001 through 45000||2013|
|45001 through 62000||2014|
|62001 through 72018||2015|
|72019 through 79000||2016|
|79001 through 83018||2017|
|83019 through 93000||2018|
This won’t be exact but pretty close.