What type of lift do you need?
Sit Down Forklift
  • Designed for stability, comfort, and safety to enhance productivity.
  • Operators can count on smooth handling, whether traveling, turning, lifting or loading and unloading.
  • Easy to operate with a seat for the operator and a straightforward lifting mechanism.
  • Different models to better suit a certain job or environment.
Stand Up Electric
  • Designed for quick loading and unloading.
  • Compact design gives the operator excellent visibility when working in confined spaces.
  • Ideal for areas congested with pedestrians, equipment, and products.
  • Tighter turning radius for more maneuverability in small areas.
Walkie Stackie
  • Controlled with a steering handle for stopping, pulling, and pushing.
  • Provides a tight turning radius for operation.
  • Requires less space to operate which is ideal for small areas.
  • A handle that extends out from the lift to provide a safe working distance for the operator.
Reach Forklift
  • Provides an extended reach for those spaces that are difficult to work with.
  • Features an open compartment that allows the operator to have a greater visibility.
  • Operators can perform quick and precise pallet picking.
  • Optimal in situations with high rise storage pallet racking.
Order Picker
  • Offers the most unobstructed view to increase safety and productivity.
  • Versatile design means it can handle small to large items.
  • Controlled by an operator from a carriage, which allows to reach products from shelves at different heights.
  • Ideal for collecting orders that need a certain piece instead of full pallets or loads.
Rough Terrain
  • Equipped with a high-powered engine, so it can reach higher speeds and better maneuverability.
  • Mostly used at lumberyards, landscaping, or construction sites to lift materials to elevated work sites.
  • Ideal for transporting heavy loads across treacherous environments.
  • Built with heavy-duty tires with thicker threads.
Telehandler
  • Able to reach heights and angles that standard lifts cannot.
  • Provides a telescopic boom that enables the lift to be stronger and more durable.
  • Most are operated in outdoor work environments that require high lifting.
  • Massive traction tires to handle rough terrain.
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If you are unable to decide which option is the best fit for you. Then we will provide the best possible solution for your material handling needs.

Sit Down Forklift
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Stand Up Electric
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Walkie Stackie
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Reach Forklift
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What kind of surface are you operating on?
Paved
  • Light outdoor use on smooth paved surfaces.
  • Indoor areas that have no debris on the floor.
  • Tires last longer in this environment.
  • Tires can struggle on uneven surfaces like gravel.
Not Paved
  • Heavy outdoor use on rough terrain surfaces.
  • Tires offer better traction and stability on uneven and loose terrain.
  • Certain tires can be used in areas with a lot of debris and cannot be punctured.
  • Tires have a deep tread and are made of long-lasting rubber material.
Both

Combination of indoor and outdoor environments that can handle paved and not paved surfaces.

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What fuel type are you interested in?
Propane
  • Ideal for both indoor and outdoor operations but has less power than other fuel types.
  • Requires a propane tank to provide fuel and space for storage.
  • Tanks can be swapped out to reduce the amount of downtime.
  • Produces significantly less emissions and safer in the event of a spill or leak.
Electric
  • Provide a low level of noise when operating.
  • Can be used in a non-ventilated closed environment.
  • Recharging will cause a downtime from production.
  • Environmentally friendly and does not create harmful emissions.
Diesel
  • Higher torque which can provide increased gradeability and acceleration.
  • More reliable, quicker to refuel with refueling stations, and last longer.
  • Can only be used in open spaces or well-ventilated areas.
  • Louder engine compared to other fuel types.
Gasoline
  • Rare in the material handling industry for the lack of refueling stations.
  • Typically, more powerful than diesel alternatives.
  • Provide increase travel and lift/lower speeds than diesel alternatives.
  • Engine needs to be serviced or replace more frequently due to carbon buildup.
Dual
  • Can be operated on gasoline or propane by controlling a switch.
  • Engine provides low fuel consumption, less noise, and moderate power.
  • Operator can decide which fuel type is appropriate for the work environment.
  • Requires service on both fuel delivery systems to maintain performance.
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If you are unable to decide which option is the best fit for you. Then we will provide the best possible solution for your material handling needs.

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Approximately how much weight do you need to lift?
2,000 - 4,500 Lb / 5,000 - 7,500 Lb / 8,000+ Lb

Lifts are rated according to how much weight they can lift, starting at 2,000 Lb and going up to 35,000 Lb or more. 2,000 - 4,500 and 8,000 Lb lifts make up the bulk of the market. Since load sizes typically change over time, you may want to buy a lift with more capacity than you need currently to make sure it gets the job done both now and in the future.

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If you are unable to decide which option is the best fit for you. Then we will provide the best possible solution for your material handling needs.

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5,000 - 7,500 Lb
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8,000+ Lb
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What's the zip code where this lift will be used?

(We require a zip code to ensure the quotes are as accurate as possible for your area.)

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What's your email address?

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What's your name?

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Let's finish up! What's your phone number?

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Last step! What's your company name?

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About Us

Texas

Discount Forklift® is your source for new and used forklift brands including Cat, Hyster, and Toyota. You will find the lift you need whether that is a sit down, telehandler or an order picker.

If you prefer other brands, we also have the best prices on Gradall, Crown and Taylor. We can also help you with rough terrain and all terrain solutions.

Even if you're looking for a more rare brand, we carry Manitou, Raymond, Case and Lull.

Learn what we can do for your fork lift solution today by filling out the form above or call us at 469-405-6426.

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