FD 6.0-10.0

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FD 6.0-10.0 4-wheel IC counterbalance truck

TheTCM FD 6.0-10.0 Series delivers productivity and performance with a powerful diesel engine for long life and maximum efficiency. This powerful workhorse can lift large loads up to 10 tons effortlessly. In heavy industrial environments and under extreme conditions, is where the FD excels.
Powering the heart of this machine is one of the most modern diesel engine technology available. The common rail fuel injection system uses the optimal amount of fuel at the perfect time for improved fuel economy
The high power and torque is available at low engine speeds thanks to the turbocharger and intercooler. Finally, the FD 6.0-10.0 Series complies easily with the latest European emission regulations.
Ergonomic instrument panel

A model of ergonomic design, the instrument panel enhances driving ease and provides quick recognition of vehicle status.

Wide angle visibility

This optimal view provides the operator with a clear sight-line to perform manoeuvres, thereby improving productivity and reducing the risk of damaging the load.

Easy to service

Several simple and clever designed items make the FD Series easy and quick to service. This includes the rear axle with built-in cylinder and boltless removable floorboard.


The seat actuated Return-to-Neutral system is engaged when the operator leaves the seat while the transmission is in gear. It disengages the forward and reverse transmission solenoids within three seconds to prevent further forklift movement.

Common rail technology

By controlling extensive engine-related functions, the diesel Engine Control Module (ECM) ensures peak performance levels with extremely low emissions.

Turbo charged diesel

Equipped with a turbo charger and intercooler system, the FD Series delivers maximum power at low engine speeds. Combined with a cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system, NOx emissions are reduced.

Overheating prevention

The automatic coolant temperature sensor reduces engine output to prevent engine overheating.