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Umberto ACCO super dozer

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Phillip Simms

01-18-2008 05:26:42




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I am a member of HCEA Canada. I am writing an article titled "The Super Dozer Race". I am seeking the description of the CAT engines, number of cylinders, HP and cu.in., bore and stroke, description of the transmissions used it, fluid capacities, the length, width and height of the dozer, blade measurements and weight, ripper weight, weight of the bare tractor and its fully equipped and operqting weight. I have been unable to obtain the information from the owner. Can you help?

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01-18-2008 10:09:05




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 Re: Umberto ACCO super dozer in reply to Phillip Simms, 01-18-2008 05:26:42  
I have a book written by Eric C. Orlemann called Super -Duty Earthmovers. It states that the machine was built in 1980 with 2 side by side v8 cat engines with 1,300 gross hp. Driven by upper and lower sprockets on each side. Blade is 23 feet wide and 9 feet high. Total weight is 183 tons. Was built for a Libyan earth moving project, trading restrictions caused the end of the order.



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