Hyster S100XL2:
s100xl2??

hi all just signed on to site.. hope you can give me a hand... i have a hyster s100xl2... i have a number of filter distributors at my disposal but none can tell me what the oil and air filters i need are and what grade of oil for motor, hydraulic and transmission and even coolant. I was just hoping to avoid putting wrong ones in. it is a propane lift.I appreciate any help...Rob
  • Posted 3 Oct 2009 03:56
  • Discussion started by rob_m
  • Ontario, Canada
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I did call Hyster and they would not help as this company i work for is having account issues.. and go easy on the rat stuff... couldnt find anyone else who had info on this forklift... thought that is why we have sights like this.. anyway Edward thankyou for your help.. as the only numbers were on the oil filter.... thanks again..
  • Posted 5 Oct 2009 22:51
  • Reply by rob_m
  • Ontario, Canada
Edward i agree ,,,,,,,dont think this is tech there for info should not be giving ,,,,,somebody could be hurt or killed....very fact they cant sourse filters smell a rat ,,,,,, each man 2 each trade....
regards damo
  • Posted 4 Oct 2009 10:17
  • Reply by DAMO
  • DUBLIN, Ireland
thanks, now, as far as coolant, it came with a 50/50 mix of Ethylene Glycol Boron antifreeze and water, but I would keep what ever it has now, and generally recommend to get rid (complete flush) of old (green) ethylene glycol and use the long life (red). but this has far more to do with my own feelings about protection of the environment than any study of the protectiveness value or cost.
the oil is a 10w30, gas/lpg uses sae-api service rating of SL,
the hydraulic system (in temperatures down to -18C) uses SAE 10w, api cc or CC/SE/SF/SG (MIL SPEC MIL-L-46152)
The Differential uses 80W90 gear oil.


May I ask why you do not just call the local Hyster (or really, just about any other forklift brand dealer) and order a set of filters based on the serial number of the truck, and then have the filter numbers? and were there not part numbers on the old filters?
  • Posted 4 Oct 2009 00:41
  • Modified 6 Oct 2009 07:36 by poster
  • Reply by edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
"it's not rocket surgery"
sorry.. here is info.. s/n D004D10562Y also there is an so number which is 256475 and an s10 number which is 123481 and it is a forward reverse transmission. thanks for response.
  • Posted 3 Oct 2009 21:57
  • Reply by rob_m
  • Ontario, Canada
I would expect that you would need it let us know what the serial number and any other type of options (2 speed tran?,which motor?, etc...)
Since you are not exactly in the warmest climate, I would expect to use a different oil for winter than for summer
  • Posted 3 Oct 2009 07:21
  • Modified 3 Oct 2009 07:22 by poster
  • Reply by edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
"it's not rocket surgery"

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