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Hyundai Forklifts?

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by Metalman 55, Jan 31, 2020.

  1. Metalman 55

    Metalman 55 Senior Member

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    At our place of business we run a variety of forklifts, a Mitsubishi, 2 Hyster's, 2 TCM's & a Heli. All seem ok & are of varying ages.

    I was recently made aware of the Hyundai brand & wanted to ask for some feedback on that particular brand so far as reliability & parts availability, service support etc.? Any feedback would be most appreciated!

    BTW we have a Hyundai SUV that we have owned for 6 yrs or so & it has been excellent.
     
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    92U 3406 Senior Member

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    I spent a short stint at a Hyundai forklift dealer. What size are you looking at?
     
  3. Metalman 55

    Metalman 55 Senior Member

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    We are interested in looking at both a 70D-7E & an 80D-7E from the information I can gather so far.
     
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    92U 3406 Senior Member

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    They seem like a decent machine. Quiet, smooth, comfortable. We really never seen many issues aside from leaking cylinders but that is to be expected when its -30°C.

    ISB powered?