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CAT Rough Terrain Forklift

CAT Rough Terrain Forklift

A rough terrain lift truck is engineered and designed for transporting objects over challenging terrain which a pneumatic tired lift truck will not traverse. The most visible feature on the rough terrain forklift is its aggressive, oversized treaded tires. This tire design enables the machine to travel muddy, soft or bumpy terrain without getting stuck. There are actually various rough terrain model forklifts which are 4-wheel drive as well. The rough terrain forklift belong to Class 7 forklift.

The unique and high quality nature of the rough terrain lift trucks have become accepted and popular throughout North America. These equipment have earned a positive reputation and have become the machinery of choice, earning a strong following from various industries and businesses.

By the local market, 4-wheel drive lift trucks are very well accepted. They are popular sights in both the heavy lumber and construction businesses. The more reasonable 2-wheel drive machinery target the industrial and lumber markets and are high quality. The 4-wheel drive lift trucks are very popular to find at any specific local building supply store.

Multi-purpose forklifts are used by a lot of businesses such as: recycling industries, agriculture, shipbuilding and sod farming businesses. In both the mining and lumber businesses where space is limited and usually a concern, really compact forklift models are used.

Rough terrain lift trucks were created over 6 decades ago, when a 2-pronged lift attachment was fitted to a power buggy. The power buggy was a materials handling equipment, about the size of a wheelbarrow. Today, these heavy industrial equipment are popular sights in lumberyards and on construction projects.

These rugged, strong cousins of industrial lift trucks continue to become a bigger part of the industry. These kinds of equipment are have endured a rough economic climate, especially for vehicles that have military or farming applications.

Within the US, there are more than 20 different kinds of rough terrain lift trucks on the market. There are over 1200 units to select from. Also, there are different rough terrain telehandlers on the market, with over 25 various brand names. Furthermore, various leading corporations such as Manitou and JLG manufacture both types of machine.

The rough terrain forklifts are suitable for very difficult settings. These equipment handle well in all kinds of weather conditions and are able to perform the hardest tasks with ease.

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