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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Cat D6B

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4020guy

04-07-2011 05:14:02




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What were D6B's like? Going to look at one, direct start, 12 foot blade, pictures look pretty good. Looks like they were made from 59 to 67 with a 3 year overlap with the D6C's. Only one hour from home. I have the track specs but don't know if it is an early or late one. The price is about scrap. It runs. Always wanted a Cat and I have some "landscaping" to do around the farm. What do you guys think?

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Old Magnet

04-07-2011 07:53:37




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 Re: Cat D6B in reply to 4020guy, 04-07-2011 05:14:02  
Basically the D6B (44A) is the same as the 9U series except the motor changed to a D333 which was not one of Cats better engines. Prone to cracking heads, blocks and spun bearings. It is not an engine that will accomodate high hours.
Weren't that many made (6,856 44a's)

If it checks out initially it will probably do fine for your limited use. Close to scrap value is about right unless it has some bonus items.

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Old Magnet

04-07-2011 10:29:25




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 Re: Cat D6B in reply to Old Magnet, 04-07-2011 07:53:37  
Correction....wrong book.
They made 13,071 D6B 44A's



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