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Re: CAT DW 15 Scraper

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07-28-2012 05:20:55

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That is strange.. I thought the engine was nothing but the old 9U d6 Engine.. ? And even then CAT has always been good to supply old parts. You may be telling me something I don,t know.. My need is want to load the machine with a track hoe but have to go into a very rough place with the dirt. Looked at off road type trucks but so far all have been over 10 grand. really want one of the little CAT 25 s but have just give up, they are too pricy for this project. Won,t use this thing 5 days a year.

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george md

07-28-2012 12:09:37

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 Re: CAT DW 15 Scraper in reply to jm., 07-28-2012 05:20:55  
jm, Both of these DW's had 744 inch engines ,but one had typical external fuel system , the other had much of the fuel system internal . Cat says they never made an orphan , don't you believe it. Head gasket etc were not available 30 years ago.


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07-28-2012 12:08:45

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 Re: CAT DW 15 Scraper in reply to jm., 07-28-2012 05:20:55  
The DW10 used the 9U engine but the 15 uses a different one with a big intake on the left sied.I am pretty sure it is a D333.I will contact you through E-Mail.

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07-29-2012 10:08:01

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 Re: CAT DW 15 Scraper in reply to haley, 07-28-2012 12:08:45  
The DW15 uses the D326 or D326F and yes they were an orphan 30 years ago.

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07-28-2012 18:11:56

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 Re: CAT DW 15 Scraper in reply to haley, 07-28-2012 12:08:45  
Thanks to both of you.. Sounds like I should be looking for a DW 10 but, Haley sure want to look into the one in Georgia. Send me an e-mail with a phone number..I had a guy tell me about one that somehow they had put power steering on. Said it was pretty nice up in central KY but so far he has not located it either.

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