The 779-horsepower, 70-ton-capacity Cat 775G off-highway truck, with a target gross weight of 246,500 pounds, meets EPA Tier 4 Final emissions standards.
The 779-horsepower, 70-ton-capacity Cat 775G off-highway truck, with a target gross weight of 246,500 pounds, meets EPA Tier 4 Final emissions standards. The new truck uses Caterpillar’s Advanced Productivity Electronic Control Strategy that is designed to enhance productivity, fuel efficiency and drive-train durability by allowing two shift-mode selections. The control system also integrates an optional engine-compression brake with an automatic retarder control to enable faster downhill travel and faster cycles without increased fuel consumption. The 775G, which will replace the Cat 775F, also features a new cab that is quieter by 4dB(A).
Caterpillar 770G and 772G off-highway trucks have nominal rated payload capacities of 40 and 52 tons, respectively, and use Cat C15 (770G) and C18 (772G) engines, with net power ratings of 477 (770G) and 550 (772G) horsepower.
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