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Re: Cat DW 10

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01-10-2013 18:20:25

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Found some more. There were 3 models, Early 1N**** serial numbers built 41 to 46, 100 HP. 15' 0" long 7' 4" wide 5" 8" high 15180. The next 6V**** built 46 & 47 were same but 750 lbs heavier.
The last 1V**** built 47 to 52 were 115 HP 15" 5" long 7" 8" wide same heigth. Weight 17440 lbs

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01-10-2013 19:10:32

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 Re: Cat DW 10 in reply to DGH, 01-10-2013 18:20:25  
Yes those are for the tractor only. For the 1V & 3C scraper of 47 to 51 length is 37" 0" width 9" 11" height 8' 10" weight is 36,000 lbs. For later 1V and 19C scraper Length is 35' 2" width is 9' 5" heigth is 7' 9" weight 34,000 lbs.

This is easy when you have a CAT book!

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01-10-2013 18:56:49

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 Re: Cat DW 10 in reply to DGH, 01-10-2013 18:20:25  
D Thanks for all the work.. I suspect the 15 ft long is the tractor without the scraper but have a machinery hauler that is 43 ft. over all so think I can get it . I can scale close to 26 tons so should be any problem. Surly the total width will not be over 8ft 6 in wide.

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