We can source any forklift part for any forklift brand!

PennWest can help you find the right forklift today!

Forklift parts for any make or model

PennWest has a team with the experience and knowledge at each of our locations in Erie, Pittsburgh, and Mount Pleasant, PA who can help with all of your forklift parts needs. All of our Toyota forklifts are backed by Toyota Genuine Parts designed specifically for material handling applications. Built to meet strict OEM quality and engineering standards, these parts minimize downtime and let you get back to work.

Our parts specialists utilize an extensive cross reference database to gain access to millions of parts numbers and competitive supply sources for forklifts, aerial lifts, batteries, attachments, floor sweepers and scrubbers, and more!

And, from time to time, PennWest offers various parts promotions, so be sure to regularly check our website!

Need a forklift part? Our experienced parts specialists can help. Contact us today to request a part!

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Toyota Genuine Parts

Your forklift comes off the line equipped with Toyota Genuine Parts, which are the only parts that keep your Toyota a real Toyota. Don’t be fooled by imitators. The only place to source Toyota Genuine Parts is an authorized Toyota forklift dealer.


Keep your Toyota a Toyota! Replace worn forklift parts with Toyota Genuine Parts to maintain the highest levels of safety, quality, productivity, and trade-in value for your Toyota equipment.

2-year / 4,000 hour Forklift Parts Warranty, Including Labor
When purchased through PennWest. your Toyota Genuine Parts warranty is 2 years or 4,000 hours and includes labor when our service team installs the forklift part.

12-month / 2,000 hour Remanufactured Toyota Parts
A 12-month / 2,000 hour  warranty is also offered on remanufactured Toyota parts at no extra charge. Like Toyota Genuine Parts, if PennWest’s service team installs the forklift part, labor is also included.

Maximize Trade-In & Overall Value
Toyota makes certain that every replacement forklift part is constructed to the same exacting tolerances and strict quality control standards. In multiple third-party surveys, Toyota ranked highest as the brand that customers consider the best in quality and reliability.



Your employees are you most important asset. Let PennWest help you discover forklift parts that increase employee safety and comfort while preventing accidents. Even the smallest enhancements to your industrial equipment can make a big impact.

What you can find in our catalog:

  • LED Lights
  • Battery Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Safety Accessories

If there’s something you can’t find, just call us! One of our Parts Specialists will be happy to assist you!


You work hard everyday, and so do your forklift tires! Worn forklift tires impact your warehouse operation, increase maintenance costs and harm floors, dock plates and truck beds. Loss of tire cushion can also increase the risk of operator fatigue and injury. Our comprehensive tire inventory means that when you call for a forklift tire, chances are PennWest has it in stock and ready to deliver. And if we don’t have it, we’ll find it.


Types of Forklift Tires

Finding the right tire for your specific application starts with knowing about the most common types of forklift tires available today, and understanding how and where certain tires are designed to be used. Here is an overview.

Cushion Tires

While it may sound counterintuitive, cushion tires are made of solid rubber and are directly pressed onto the wheel. They sit lower to the ground and offer a smaller turning radius, which provides an advantage in maneuverability. These types are best suited for indoor or paved applications due to the smooth surface.

Solid Pneumatic Tires

Much like cushion tires, solid pneumatic tires are designed with solid rubber. They are the most commonly purchased tire because they can be used both indoors and outdoors. However, solid pneumatic tires do not offer the same comfortable ride a cushion tire does across paved surfaces.

Air Pneumatic Tires

Air pneumatic tires are made of rubber, but are air-filled, much like a car or truck tire. They have a deep tread and are constructed to be strong and long-lasting, making them ideal for rough, outdoor terrain.

Polyurethane tires

Polyurethane tires are a lightweight type of press-on tires that are more resistant to splitting, tearing, or chunking under heavy loads as compared to rubber tires. They combine good traction with low-rolling resistance. Polyurethane tires generally experience about twice the lifespan of rubber tires but should be used indoors only for light applications such as warehousing.

Non-Marking Tires

Non-marking tires are made with hydrated silicas and special additives to prevent black marks on floors. They are available in pneumatic, solid pneumatic, and cushion tire varieties.

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