Q & A about Fighter
? Is there an easy way to find out which Fuso engine is equipped?
It can be distinguished to some degree from the fifth digit of the type. For numbers, 2 means equipped with 6D16-T, 5 is 6D14/6D14-T, 6 is 6D15/6D15-T, 7 is 6D16, and 8/9 indicates that 6D17/6D17-T is equipped. For alphabets, F is 6M60-T, H/G is 6M61, and R indicates that 4M50-T is equipped.
? Can you distinguish a model with cabin bed?
It can be distinguished to some degree from the third digit of the type. Basically, the cabin bed is equipped with full cab model, and full cab usually has the third digit of 4 or 6, and they are equipped with cabin bed. On the other hand, the third digit of 3 or 7, and the Fighter Mignon starting from type FH- is short cab, so they are not equipped with cabin bed. However, some short cabs have a bed space above the head on the roof.
? What types of 10-hole wheel Fuso Fighter are there?
For the ones with the types that begin from FK- or FQ-, 10-hole wheel types are manufactured. However, 10-hole wheel is only available for the ones that have been manufactured after 2010, so some FK series have 6-hole or 8-hole wheels, and some FQ series have 8-hole wheels. Please refer to the “Nut number/Type comparison chart” on the same page.
? What is the difference between the Fighter and the Fighter Mignon?
Fighter Mignon is the successor model of FH that was released in 1986, and the wide cab of the Canter is loaded on the chassis of the Fighter. When looking at the type, the ones starting from FH- can be positioned as the Fighter Mignon, and other types can be positioned as the Fighter.