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Caterpillar’s new 770 and 772 construction/quarry trucks look remarkably different from the models they replace. Notice the all-new center-mounted cab and body style. With the introduction of those trucks, Caterpillar will discontinue the 769 and 771.

November 01, 2006

Caterpillar 772 construction/quarry off-highway hauler truckCaterpillar’s new 770 and 772 construction/quarry trucks look remarkably different from the models they replace. Notice the all-new center-mounted cab and body style. With the introduction of those trucks, Caterpillar will discontinue the 769 and 771. Model 772 enters a new size class for Caterpillar at 50 tons and is aimed at both construction and quarry markets. The new trucks are powered by Tier III ACERT engines. Model 770 features a 476-net-hp C15 and the 772 uses a 535-net-hp C18. Engines also have the MEUI Fuel system. A choice of dual slope and flat floor body systems are available with three different steel liner packages and two rubber liner packages. With five different body-liner systems, the 770 and 772 can be configured for specific applications to achieve maximum capacity. Trucks are slated to be in production by the first quarter of 2007. Read November '06 Truck Report: Sit Front and Center in Caterpillar's New Off-Highway Haul Trucks

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