Equipment Type

 Crawler Dozers

Crawler dozers are powerful tracked machines that use a variety of front mounted blades to move material. Large dozers often do pioneering work, such as moving dirt in preparation for new roadways or removing overburden in mining applications. Smaller machines often are used as grading tractors, sometimes using automated grade controls to precisely establish complex contours.

Crawler Dozers Products

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Case 650M bulldozer replaces the 650L.

The 650M is the latest dozer in the Case M Series lineup, replacing the 650L.

The PR 766 crawler dozer is a 422-horsepower unit with operating weights between 101,000 and 119,500 pounds, and it replaces the PR 764 in the company’s line.

The PR 766 crawler dozer is a 422-horsepower unit with operating weights between 101,000 and 119,500 pounds, and it replaces the PR 764 in the company’s line.

Deere 650K SmartGrade dozer has a 104-horsepower Tier 4-F John Deere engine.

The 650K SmartGrade dozer has a 104-horsepower Tier 4-F John Deere engine.

Komatsu D375A-8 crawler dozer uses a Tier 4-F engine

D375A-8 crawler dozer uses a Tier 4-F engine that produces some 20-plus percent more horsepower when the machine reverses

Semi-U blade for the Cat D8T bulldozer can provide production increases of up to 13 percent

New options are now available for the Cat D8T crawler dozer, including a larger semi-universal bulldozer blade, redesigned cutting edges, extended-life undercarriage, powered bottom guards, and two remote-control configurations.

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