Forklift Engine Starter Replacement
Take a look at our selection of more than 300 forklift starters, where you’re sure to find the starter you need. You’ll find two subcategories from which to choose – brand new forklift engine starters and remanufactured replacement starters for forklifts. See which aftermarket pricing matches your budget.
Click on any remanufactured starter photo and you’ll be shown a concise listing of that starter. This includes whether or not it’s a straight drive, whether or not there’s a gear reduction. Check the number of volts, number of teeth and which engine that starter fits.
That same information is available if you click on any of the brand new starter photos. We’ll expand on our recommendations below.
Has your previous forklift starter broken down and you need a heavy-duty replacement? We have just the model for you: 909329 Starter. This has a 4G52 & 4G54 engine, with a straight drive and no gear reduction.
Do you need gear reduction for your operations? The Clark 920971 Starter has that, but lacks a straight drive. It has 4G63 & 4G64 engines respectively.
Toyota Forklift Starter
Toyota is a brand that aims for versatility. We can recommend the 28100-20553-71, which is brand new. It has a GM 4ycl engine, 9 teeth and runs on twelve volts. Take advantage of the straight drive and lack of gear reduction.
Hyster Forklift Models
Hyster is a brand dedicated to quality as well as customer satisfaction. Each machine focuses on being bold, and adding more value to a typical workday. See which starters are best for your forklift truck.
Whether you choose new or remanufactured, be assured that these items are all top quality! You will get more than enough combustion for regular daily operations.
When Do You Need To Replace Your Forklift Starter?
There are certain signs that will indicate that your forklift starter requires replacement. This can happen as the device ages, and it’s used repeatedly for your powerhouse. If they burn out, then you lose the necessary combustion.
Keep an ear out for unwanted clicking sounds while regular operations are in place. These indicate that the battery is low.
If the engine is failing, you may hear a banging sound. This means that when you engage the starter, the engine is not moving.
Regular maintenance and inspections with the voltmeter can help extend a forklift starter’s lifetime. Always check the voltage on which your forklift starter runs, for optimal performance.
Power Your Forklift Truck With Selections From Helmar Parts
Helmar Parts will match the right type of forklift starter to your forklift. While many operators prefer electric models, we believe in providing versatility in material with aftermarket pricing.
Reach out to us today to learn more about forklift starters for your vehicle. Helmar Parts has access to the best brands on the market, and can offer good pricing on them. Our experts will answer all of your questions.