We offer transmission discs for most brands of forklifts and construction equipment, including Caterpillar. What is now the Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America (MCFA), Caterpillar was first established in 1918 as the Towmotor Manufacturing Company by Lester M. Sears. In 1933, Towmotor began production of its first forklift truck, and by 1956 it had acquired the Gerlinger Carrier Company and become the largest forklift manufacturer in the world. It was known for its diversity and innovation, offering 37 different models of forklifts and being the first manufacturer to use hydrostatic transmission (called Towmostatic) on its trucks. From 1965 to 1992, the company underwent multiple ownership changes. It was first bought out entirely by the Caterpillar Tractor Company, founded in 1890 by Benjamin Holt and Daniel Best to produce farming tractors. It was purchased in 1992 in part by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to create the MCFA.
Our transmission discs come in a variety of dimensions and materials and are precision engineered in state of the art production facilities. Each item we offer includes the following information:
- Disc dimension
- Material (steel, paper, etc)
- Number of teeth
- Grove details (waffle, 3 pass, 2 pass, etc)
We offer great pricing and quick shipping. Count on Intella as a great supplier of transmission and wet brake discs for all types of off highway equipment.