The outer forklift turning radius is the minimum radius a forklift needs to turn in a circle, without hitting anything around it. It is measured from the center of the circle to the outermost point of the forklift, which is usually the outside tire. The smaller the outer forklift turning radius, the easier it is for the forklift to maneuver in tight spaces.
Like this (Landtiger35R) 3.5-ton articulated four-wheel drive forklift, its body width is 1.85 meters, length is 3.5 meters,and its ultimate turning radius is 3.5 meters. As shown in the picture, this truck is specially designed. It has the characteristics of short body and small turning radius. It has achieved the best performance among the four-wheel drive forklifts of the same category.
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