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WORKSAVER SBS-2790A 2018
3
WORKSAVER SBS-2790A 2018
DEMO Worksaver 7.5 FT skidsteer snow blade. Hydraulic angle. Used twice on a long driveway. Can't tell from new. Fits all universal style skidsteer mounts.Express Financing
Dozer Parts
USA Illinois
VIRNIG SBS60-CT 2019
10
VIRNIG SBS60-CT 2019
New 5' compact tractor snowblade with universal skid steer mount. Blade trips & oscillates side to side to follow ground contour. Universal skid steer mount, can add hydraulic cylinder.Express ...
Dozer Parts
USA Minnesota
Komatsu WD600-6
7
Komatsu WD600-6
2010 - 16,430 h
Wheel Dozers
USA Texas
Caterpillar 834B
6
Caterpillar 834B
1987 - 23,417 h
Wheel Dozers
USA Texas
Caterpillar D6H
10
Caterpillar D6H
1989 - 12,171 h
Dozers
USA Arizona
57,966
Caterpillar D3K LGP
4
Caterpillar D3K LGP
2009 - 7,200 h
Dozers
USA Texas
35,225
Caterpillar D5K2 XL
4
Caterpillar D5K2 XL
2012 - 5,887 h
Dozers
USA Texas
37,455
Case 650L WT
10
Case 650L WT
2012 - 2,691 h
Dozers
USA Michigan
44,143
Caterpillar D6K LGP
10
Caterpillar D6K LGP
2008 - 5,328 h
Dozers
USA Virginia
35,225
Caterpillar D5H XL
10
Caterpillar D5H XL
1993 - 6,808 h
Dozers
USA Virginia
32,550
Caterpillar D5N LGP
9
Caterpillar D5N LGP
2004 - 5,901 h
Dozers
USA Virginia
53,061
John Deere 650G IV
10
John Deere 650G IV
1996
Dozers
USA Arizona
28,983
Caterpillar D6T
9
Caterpillar D6T
2012 - 9,082 h
Dozers
USA Illinois
120,391
Caterpillar D6T
6
Caterpillar D6T
2012 - 5,196 h
Dozers
USA Texas
128,813
Caterpillar 963CLGP
2001 - 6,642 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
109,243
Caterpillar D6T
6
Caterpillar D6T
2012 - 5,196 h
Dozers
USA Texas
128,813
Caterpillar D5K2LGP
5
Caterpillar D5K2LGP
2015 - 2,358 h
Dozers
USA New Jersey
98,096
Caterpillar D6TVP
6
Caterpillar D6TVP
2014 - 6,045 h
Dozers
USA Texas
194,409
Caterpillar D6T
6
Caterpillar D6T
2014 - 4,014 h
Dozers
USA Texas
233,647
Caterpillar D6R XL
10
Caterpillar D6R XL
1999 - 5,078 h
Dozers
USA Oklahoma
111,473
Caterpillar D6T
2012 - 6,800 h
Dozers
USA Oklahoma
133,767
Caterpillar D6T
2008
Dozers
USA Oklahoma
84,273
Caterpillar D6R
2007
Dozers
USA Oklahoma
75,801
Caterpillar D6R XL
1998
Dozers
USA Oklahoma
73,572
Caterpillar D5H II
10
Caterpillar D5H II
1987 - 10,583 h
Dozers
USA North Carolina
Caterpillar D8N
10
Caterpillar D8N
1987 - 3,421 h
Dozers
USA Illinois
61,979
Caterpillar D6M LGP
10
Caterpillar D6M LGP
1998 - 8,684 h
Dozers
USA Illinois
37,009
Komatsu D65WX-17
7
Komatsu D65WX-17
2014 - 8,309 h
Dozers
USA Texas
93,169
Caterpillar D9N
10
Caterpillar D9N
1994 - 12,290 h
Dozers
USA Texas
Komatsu D39PX-23
10
Komatsu D39PX-23
2015 - 4,100 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
Komatsu D65EX-15E0
10
Komatsu D65EX-15E0
2006 - 7,400 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
70,897
Komatsu D65EX-15
10
Komatsu D65EX-15
2005 - 6,700 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
61,979
Komatsu D37EX-22
10
Komatsu D37EX-22
2009 - 8,052 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
44,143
John Deere 750C LGP
10
John Deere 750C LGP
1999 - 7,850 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
44,143
Caterpillar D8R
10
Caterpillar D8R
1997
Dozers
USA Georgia
102,109
Caterpillar D6T LGP
4
Caterpillar D6T LGP
2011 - 4,200 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
124,404
Caterpillar D4H LGP
10
Caterpillar D4H LGP
1987
Dozers
USA Georgia
26,308
Caterpillar D5M XL
10
Caterpillar D5M XL
1998 - 7,286 h
Dozers
USA Mississippi
32,996
Caterpillar D6T LGP
8
Caterpillar D6T LGP
2008 - 9,768 h
Dozers
USA Mississippi
107,014
Shantui DH13K LGP
10
Shantui DH13K LGP
2017 - 221 h
Dozers
USA Mississippi
John Deere 450H LGP
10
John Deere 450H LGP
2001 - 5,420 h
Dozers
USA Minnesota
32,015
John Deere 450G
10
John Deere 450G
1995 - 5,940 h
Dozers
USA Minnesota
22,205
Caterpillar D6N
9
Caterpillar D6N
2004 - 7,222 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
61,979
Caterpillar D8K
10
Caterpillar D8K
1980
Dozers
USA Georgia
44,143
Komatsu D51PX-22
9
Komatsu D51PX-22
2013 - 4,797 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
88,732
Komatsu D39PX-24
9
Komatsu D39PX-24
2018 - 500 h
Dozers
USA Georgia
120,391
Komatsu D31EX-21
8
Komatsu D31EX-21
2005 - 1,950 h
Dozers
USA Indiana
33,799
Caterpillar D5K2 LGP
10
Caterpillar D5K2 LGP
2016 - 1,665 h
Dozers
USA Mississippi
102,555
Caterpillar D5K XL
1
Caterpillar D5K XL
2014 - 2,130 h
Dozers
USA New Mexico
53,507
Caterpillar D5K2 LGP
2015 - 2,400 h
Dozers
USA New Mexico
66,884

Bulldozer

The first bulldozers were made from a farm tractor. The first one is manufactured in the USA in 1883 by James Porteous.

Dozers were first used to dig canals, raise earth dams, and make grading. The tractors were equipped with a large thick metal piece. This one was called a "blade". The blade "peels" layers of soil and pushes forward while the tractor moves. Specialized blades have been developed: for high volume and for high densities. The blade is now curved to get ability:
* The rake blade is to remove only larger rocks
* The blade with sharp edges as razors, to cut sections of trees.
* The blade for earthmoving, known as the "pig"

Along the years, when men needed equipment to perform work on a large scale, Manufacturers began to appear as: Blaw Knox Box, Caterpillar, Fiat-Allis, Hanomag, JCB, John Deere, Kaelble Komatsu, Le Tourneau, Liebherr, Oliver, Terex....

Bulldozer

Bulldozer

The first bulldozer was noisy, powerful. Then they became larger, more powerful and more sophisticated.

These significant enhancements include more powerful engines, drive trains and more reliable running, automated controls, engine blocks, durable and reliable equipment.
A major change was that the cables connected to the bulldozer were soon replaced by hydraulic lines that permit precise manipulation of the blade.

The bulldozer can be equipped of a back claw ripper to remove the rocky grounds or break them in pushing upward.

The bulldozer has become essential for all major civil construction projects, their role is to construct, demolish, destroy, clear mines and buried.

The Bulldozer’s wide tracks allow them to leave the vehicle’s weight on the ground which prevents it from sinking too deep into the ground or to silt up.

The bulldozer had an excellent stability because a system converts engine power into driving force, allowing it to use its own weight to push or drag heavy masses.

The bulldozer's primary tools are the blade and the ripper. It is a piece positioned at the rear.
The arm is equipped of an end-alloy steel tungsten interchangeably.

The blade of the bulldozer has at least three alternative bases:
- The straight edge "S-Blade" which is short and has no lateral curve.

- Blade Universal "U-Blade" which is tall and curved, and has large side wings to carry more material.

- Blade Combination "Su" is the shortest, it has less curvature and smaller side wings.