S160 SERIES Rough Terrain Forklift


General Features:




Need extra lift and power but still the control and handling of a smaller truck? The 16,000 lb lift capacity of the S160 is ideal for rough terrain worksites with heavy bundles or extended loads, such as lumber or auto salvage yards.

The four-wheel drive four-wheel steer, four equal-sized tires S160 with the turbocharged DieselMax 444 engine provides tremendous maneuverability and control on uneven terrain. Five degree frame levelling provides additional stability and ease of load placement on uneven ground.

The comfortable, fully-isolated, rubber-mounted operator's compartment (which meets or exceeds the ANSI B56.6 standard) provides easy-to-see instrumentation and ergonomically-designed controls for increased operator efficiency and safety. Get the job done right with a Sellick S160.

STANDARD Equipment


Trunnion-mounted planetary axles with internal hydraulic disc brakes and integral steer cylinders

Frame levelling (5° left/right)

Large tank capacity (35 gallons/133 L)

Integral fail to safety park brake


Dual element air filter

Fuel/water separator with hand primer

Maintenance-free precleaner

Vertical exhaust


Full instrumentation & indicators, including water in fuel and air filter restriction

Fully adjustable suspension seat with retractable seatbelt

Load sense power steering

Halogen lighting package includes adjustable worklights


Safety lighting includes LED brake lights & amber warning light

Tilt steering column with shifter assembly and full instrumentation, including hour meter

FOPS-rated operator platform

OPTIONAL Equipment


Sideshift

Hydraulic fork positioning

Fully enclosed cab with lockable doors, tinted safety glass, front wiper & washer & interior light, fan defrost and sliding windows

Turn signals


Block heater

AM/FM MP3 player

Air conditioning

Outside rear-view mirrors

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