|1st digit||F stands for Fuso truck and B means the bus.|
|2nd digit||The contents are: A = petrol 2-wheel drive, B = diesel 2-wheel drive, C = petrol 4-wheel drive and D =
diesel 4-wheel drive.
E = rear wheel drive model of canter (4 x 2), F = 2-rear axle vehicle (6 x 2).
G = 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive models of 1 number in Japan. (it does not stand for Canter Guts).
|3rd digit||The odd number stands for the standard body and the even number means wide body.|
|4th digit||It stands for maximum payload. 0 – 3 stands for maximum payload 2 – 3 t. 4 = 3.5 t, and 5 = 4 – 4.7 t.||5th digit||You can find out what engine is mounted by 5th digit.
1 = 4D30, 2 = 4M51, 5 = 4D32, 6 = 4D36, 7 = 4D33, 8 = 4D35, 9 = 4D31(T) , 4D34(T1) or 4D34T4 engine is mounted respectively.
The model code was changed in 1999, and 5th digit was changed from numeric number to alphabet.
In the case of alphabet, B = 4M42, C = 4D33, D = 4M50(T), E = 4M51(1) or 4M51(2) engine is mounted respectively.
|6th digit||You can find the length of wheel base by 6th digit.
The more the alphabet goes, the longer body will be. B = standard 2500/2520mm, C = standard 2750mm, E = long 3350mm, F = ultra long 3760mm, G = ultra long 3850mm.
|7th digit||It stands for the specifications such as D = dump truck P = packer (refuse collector).|