Nissan 10




Class: Warehouse vehicle

Origin: JP Japan

Unplayable vehicle

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Contributor: Klumb3r

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RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-28 10:26
Tuppence870 wrote


But, this should now be listed as Nissan unknown

Agreed. Ot Nissan Forklirt F-series. F-series enter production in 1994. Another variant as write Tycek - this is fictional forklift maked to resembles Nissan model, if this write, it should be marked as Nissan Mede fo Game.

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2013-07-28 10:32:44


UK Tuppence870

2013-07-27 23:57
Kirov-MG wrote
Where you found this picture?


Here:

Tuppence870 wrote
After a quick search, this actually seems similar to this Nissan forklift (the red/white paint scheme is only used on Nissan), but I can't find the name of the model: www.rentasalesman.com.au/files/NissanForklift.jpg


As for the one you posted, it still isn't the exact model.

But, this should now be listed as Nissan unknown

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2013-07-27 23:57:29
RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-27 23:37
I think i find it: www.pogruzchikpro.ru/photos/med/618_f05_p7_lower.jpg

Older version of this Nissan 1F: www.usedforklift-shyg.com/images/2012082719342410787000w500h500ushygmachinery/used-nissan-forklift.jpg
RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-27 23:28
Tuppence870 wrote


In case you had forgotten, I found this forklift which looks very similar to the Half-Life one, but I can't find a model name:


Бля, как ты уже зае**л. Where you found this picture? I find another Nissan similar to this: pdf.directindustry.com/pdf/nissan-forklift/platinum-go4/14113-169794.html Anyway, if this forklift based on a real his prototype must pre-1997 production.


UK Tuppence870

2013-07-27 23:19
Kirov-MG wrote
Well, I agree with made for game. Forklifts for VG is rearly can be real-based vehicles.


In case you had forgotten, I found this forklift which looks very similar to the Half-Life one, but I can't find a model name:

RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-27 20:46
Tycek wrote

I agree that this is Nissan forklift, because paintjob and writing HAIHAN would point into that direction. Older Nissan forklifts also got the rear wheels positioned in similar way, but it's kind of hard to find the exact model. It may be one of the older ones, or typical made for game made to resemble Nissan forklift.

Well, I agree with made for game. Forklifts for VG is rearly can be real-based vehicles.
PL Tycek

2013-07-27 20:06
You want the differences? Here you go:
-the one you posted in electric-powered forklift, the one from the game got some kind of exhaust on the back, gas cap and writing stating "2.2 Liter"
meaning it's either gasoline (more plausible) or gas (less-plausible) powered.
-The one you posted got tires on the back axle on the sides, the one from the game got them moved towards the middle of the vehicle.
-Shape of the cabin (cage) is completely different, especially the rear side.
-Fenders on the one from the game are much bigger sticking out of the body, the one you posted got much smaller ones.

I agree that this is Nissan forklift, because paintjob and writing HAIHAN would point into that direction. Older Nissan forklifts also got the rear wheels positioned in similar way, but it's kind of hard to find the exact model. It may be one of the older ones, or typical made for game made to resemble Nissan forklift.
ItsaUserName

2013-07-27 20:03
Yeah, if it is a Nissan, it definitely isn't a BX.


UK Tuppence870

2013-07-27 19:46
Kirov-MG wrote

Why? Write the differens.


Most things about it. Aside from the colours and the fact it's a forklift, the Nissan you suggested does not look like the one in game (it doesn't even look like the unidentified Nissan model that I posted). Look at the shape of the back and the area around the front wheels - these are not the same forklift.
RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-27 18:09
Tycek wrote
It's totally different.

Why? Write the differens.
PL Tycek

2013-07-27 17:55
It's totally different.
RU Kirov-MG

2013-07-27 10:49
Admins change this vehicle to Nissan BX Platinum. Origin - USA.
RU Kirov-MG

2013-06-25 20:31
Tuppence870 wrote


I think it's more sensible to leave it as unknown. This is probably based upon a real fork-lift, but we haven't managed to find it yet.

After a quick search, this actually seems similar to this Nissan forklift (the red/white paint scheme is only used on Nissan), but I can't find the name oof the model: www.rentasalesman.com.au/files/NissanForklift.jpg


www.nissanforklift.com/forklifts/BX-4Wheel-AC-ElectricRider.htm

Nissan BX Platinum - www.kellytractor.com/eng/images/pdf/forklifts/nissan/SS-BXCushion02-08.pdf
Must be changed. It's bad when vehivle is still unknown.


UK Tuppence870

2013-06-25 17:24
Kirov-MG wrote
Mods, can you mark this vehicle as Made for Game?


I think it's more sensible to leave it as unknown. This is probably based upon a real fork-lift, but we haven't managed to find it yet.

After a quick search, this actually seems similar to this Nissan forklift (the red/white paint scheme is only used on Nissan), but I can't find the name oof the model: www.rentasalesman.com.au/files/NissanForklift.jpg

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2013-06-25 19:38:14
RU Kirov-MG

2013-06-25 16:37
Mods, can you mark this vehicle as Made for Game?
RU Kirov-MG

2013-05-08 20:17
Beter pic of side word:



Texture:

RU Kirov-MG

2013-05-07 16:34
Made for Game


PL sajmon14

2013-05-07 14:13
I think it says Haihan or Chaihan, but I couldn't find anything with such name on the net


UK Tuppence870

2013-05-07 00:00
Can anyone read the full name on the side of the vehicle? It could be the make or model.
RU Kirov-MG

2013-05-06 22:09
I think it's made for game.

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