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Nissan engines are simultaneously some of the most historical and most advanced engines in the forklift industry. While this might sound like a contradiction, it stems from the fact that Nissan has been supplying forklifts for almost as long as the modern warehousing industry has existed. The company has engineering teams on staff that constantly push the envelope and continue to move the industry forward as much as they can.

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Nissan Engine Components & Parts

Piston and pin sets are possibly one of the most common repair kits for those who plan on doing any sort of major work on their Nissan engines. These may be sufficient to restore a currently seized engine, which has stopped on account of it having a failed piston. They’re offered in 0.75mm as well as 0.50mm sizes as well, so you shouldn’t have too much difficulty finding the right match.

Check the interior dimensions of the piston bore. Cylinder shapes and sizes roughly correspond to those in any other internal combustion engine, thus the overall matching process is similar. That being said, these are distinct components that wouldn’t pair well with the engines used in cars. Nevertheless, Nissan’s team of engineers have obviously taken advantage of their experience designing engines for other types of vehicles whenever they work on forklift parts.

Head gaskets are going to be what most people turn to when they’re looking for Nissan engine components, however, because there’s a good chance that you won’t need to completely refurbish a forklift engine. There are plenty of options available for those who need to do this kind of work. That being said, it’s great to know that anybody who does run into fairly serious trouble while operating their forklift will have somewhere to turn to in order to get those necessary replacement parts.

Longevity Of Nissan Engine Components

As their reputation would suggest, Nissan engines have a tendency to last for quite some time. That being said, there’s always the possibility that they’ll reach the end of their useful life before the actual frame of a forklift does. It’s even more possible that they’ll eventually require the replacement of some smaller part that wears out before the actual block does. These blocks are built sturdy, so they may never have to be replaced during the useful life of a forklift.

Find Other Nissan Motors At Helmar Parts

Those who are looking for high-quality Nissan engine components that either meet or exceed the OEM standards laid out by Nissan’s own engineers should take a look at the catalog of them offered by Helmar. Our crew is always working to ensure that small business owners and equipment managers get all of the parts they need to keep their forklifts running as long as possible.

When problems do come around, though, you’ll want to contact our team online. Helmar’s crew will help you find the best Nissan-compatible replacement parts for your particular model. Over the years, a number of different vendors have purchased Nissan components and rebranded them to match their own company’s theme. If that’s the case, then there’s a good chance that you’ll want to look for one of these pieces as well.