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    Dozers are a type of heavy machinery that are used for demolition and waste clearing. Most commonly seen on both residential and non-residential construction sites, dozers can also be found in quarries and forestry operations. By using a large blade located at the front of the vehicle as its primary tool and contact point for material, the dozer uses blunt force and torque as a catalyst to bringing down existing structures or pushing crumbled materials away. Some dozers also utilize track technology for their propellant. These tracks allow for the highest level of traction by maintain both a greater square footage of ground contact as well as deep-digging grooves that enable the machine to use its torque most effectively.

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    • Caterpillar D 5 K 2 XL, 2015, Dozers

      Caterpillar D5K2XLCondition level grade (1-5): 5

      Dozers
      2015 933 h
      United States, Grand Rapids, MI
      7d

      120,000 USD
    • John Deere 650 K, 2017, Dozers

      John Deere 650KTransmission: FrontTyreCondition, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2017 117 h
      United States, Shreveport, LA
      7d

      152,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 T XW VP, 2013, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6T XW VPEngine power: 228, Additional Information: Description: 2013 CAT D6T XW, 6 WAY BLADE, PLUMBED FOR GPS, NEW UNDERCARRIAGE, RIPPER VALVE, AUX HYD, DIFF STEER, REAR WEIGHTS, 6,796 HOURS,

      Dozers
      2013 6,796 h
      United States, Jackson, Tennessee
      7d

      155,000 USD
    • Case 1850 K, 2011, Dozers

      Case 1850KAdditional Information: Description: Cab AC & Ripper Inventory Location: Fepo Machinery - Alamo, TX. ROPS: Enclosed

      Dozers
      2011
      United States, Alamo, Texas
      7d

      75,000 USD
    • Caterpillar 824 C, 1985, Dozers

      Caterpillar 824CAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      1985 10,381 h
      United States, Kittitas, WA
      7d

      55,600 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 C LGP III, 1994, Dozers

      Caterpillar D5C LGP IIIAdditional Information: Description: Unit has a 10ft blade on it, 26in SGB pads, unit has a bad engine in it with hole in the block, the engine is a CAT 3064, We wi

      Dozers
      1994 2,520 h
      United States, Jackson, Tennessee
      7d

      11,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N XL, 2005, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6NXLAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2005 7,703 h
      United States, Kittitas, WA
      7d

      100,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 3 K 2 LGP, 2013, Dozers

      Caterpillar D3K2LGPAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2013 1,132 h
      United States, SC
      7d

      76,850 USD
    • Komatsu D 65 PX, 2014, Dozers

      Komatsu D 65 PXGross weight: 21001.3, Cabin type: Enclosed cab, Engine power: 207, Additional Information: 6 CYL KOMATSU ENGINE, 3 SPD TRANS, 36 IN PADS, S/TILT BLADE, ENCLOSED CAB W/ A/C & HEAT - COMING IN SOON

      Dozers
      2014 6,279 h
      United States
      7d

      85,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 K 2 LGP, 2016, Dozers

      Caterpillar D5K2LGP

      Dozers
      2016 1,082 h
      United States, Burlington, IA
      7d

      138,316 USD
    • Caterpillar D 4 K 2 LGP, 2015, Dozers

      Caterpillar D4K2LGPCondition level grade (1-5): 5, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2015 942 h
      United States, Bensalem, PA
      7d

      112,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D6N LGP, 2014, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6NLGPCondition level grade (1-5): 5, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2014 1,841 h
      United States, Fayetteville, NC
      7d

      215,000 USD
    • Case 550 E LT, 1992, Dozers

      Case 550E LTAdditional Information: Description: 8' 6-Way Blade Inventory Location: Weaco Equipment ROPS: Open

      Dozers
      1992 4,900 h
      United States, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania
      7d

      15,900 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 T XW VP, 2012, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6TXWVPAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2012 4,449 h
      United States, Joplin, MO
      7d

      254,500 USD
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      Caterpillar D 5 K 2, 2015, Dozers

      Caterpillar D5K2Additional Information: Description: SYSTEM ONE UNDERCARRIAGE, ACCUGRADE READY, 80% UC Inventory Location: Grant & Cook Equip Inc. ROPS: Open

      Dozers
      2015 1,600 h
      United States, Macon, Georgia

      85,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 T XW VP, 2012, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6TXWVPAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2012 3,983 h
      United States, Joplin, MO
      7d

      254,500 USD
    • John Deere 700 J, 2007, Dozers

      John Deere 700J XLTAdditional Information: Description: 6-way, cab w/ a/c, joystick steer, 6 cyl John Deere turbo, 28k lb size class Inventory Location: Brookside Equipment ROPS: Encl

      Dozers
      2007 6,643 h
      United States, Phillipston, Massachusetts
      7d

      64,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 8 L, 1983, Dozers

      Caterpillar D8LAdditional Information: -EROPS -A/C -SU blade -2 shank ripper -Undercarriage approximately 40% -Ready to work

      Dozers
      1983
      United States, San Antonio,Texas
      7d

      42,350 USD
    • John Deere 850, Dozers

      John Deere 850Additional Information: Description: JOHN DEERE 850 DOZER, ENGINE GOT TAKEN OUT NEEDING TO BE OVERHAULED BUT OWNER PASSED AWAY, 24" PADS, 10' BLADE Inventory Locati

      Dozers
      6,157 h
      United States, Finger, Tennessee
      7d

      6,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N XL, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6N-XLAdditional Information: -Excellent Condition -70-75%

      Dozers
      3,910 h
      United States, Corpus Christi,TX
      7d

      126,500 USD

    In North America few names in the heavy equipment industry are as well known as John Deere. This is for good reason. John Deere produces some of the highest quality machines, including dozers. The most popular of their dozer models are the the 650, the 750, and the 850. Weighing under 9500 lbs, the 650 is the most transportable of the John Deeres mid-size dozers. Two models larger, the 750 is the ultimate mid-range machine for jobs that require high output but still maintain good maneuverability. Lastly, the 850 is John Deeres third largest dozer and boasts a 205 horsepower engine and SmartGrade Integrated Grade Control.

    As machines known for their brute strength, dozer manufacturers are constantly innovating with new technologies to produce the most powerful dozer. However, one of the key to this power may just be one of the oldest tricks in the book: gravity. The heavier a machine is, the more traction it has on the ground. The more traction a machine has the more torque it is able to utilize. Using this simple formula, Komatsu created the worlds biggest and most powerful dozer. The Komatsu D575A weighs in at an incomprehensible 168 short tons and measures 16 feet tall and nearly 39 feet long. In fact, the D575A is so big that in order for it to be transferred it must be disassembled to be put on multiple trailers and then reassembled at its new worksite. Its blade alone measures 12 feet tall and can maintain a capacity of pushing 90 cubic yards of material. Items enormous crawler tracks give this beast 101.55 square feet of ground contact area at all times allowing the machine to have extra pushing power, 23 lbs per square inch, to be exact. The tracks are so big that the D575A has actually been known to effortlessly run over pickup trucks leaving behind what look like a flattened aluminum Coke can. In order to power such a monumental machine Komatsu had to develop its own custom 12-cylinder, four-stroke, 1,150 horsepower diesel engine. The machine wasn't created just for show, however. The D575A is actively used in many mines and coal fields across the world. Some of these dispersed destroyers are fitted with a piece of heavy equipment to the back of their frame called a ripper. Rippers are a shanked digger that penetrates and drags through the earth as the dozer moves forward, leaving a trench in its previous path. Just like every other part of these massive machines, the ripper on the D575A is far larger than most and can dig nearly 7 feet deep in one pass.

    There are two primary variants amongst dozers. Even though they are manufactured by over 50 companies world-wide, dozers maintain very similar functionality in every vehicle. They mainly differ in size, strength, and wheelbase style. As expected, the first two criteria go hand-in-hand with the larger dozers typically being the most powerful ones. These varying sizes can make a world of a different on the job site. Brands like Komatsu America Inc. created their machines based off the principle of maximum efficiency. Knowing that one machine with a greater breakthrough force but less maneuverability works well in open spaces compared to a machine with greater agility but less torque is more important in tighter spaces, Komatsu has created model for every foreseeable situation. Leaving no room for error, Komatsu is currently producing 53 different models of dozers and also has a many older models available on the used market. For smaller construction projects models like the ones from Komatsu D37 series are incredibly efficient with a compact blade of 2.5 yards squared and up to 89 horsepower when operated at 2200 rpm. Another major variable for picking the right dozer is determined by what type of terrain it will most commonly by traveling on. In environments like unsteady, soft ground a tracked vehicle gives the operator a more balanced and stable dozer. Alternatively, wheeled dozers, with their large tires, can travel on road and harder surfaces more effectively as well as provide the machine a tighter turning axis. For this reason, urban construction zones will more commonly use wheeled dozers over crawler dozers.

    There is no shortage of excitement around the buzz that comes from the heavy machinery and dozer communities after events like CONEXPO-CON/AGG. This major event happens every third year in Las Vegas, Nevada and features the newest developments coming from dozer technology and industry advancements. For example, last year Case Construction unveiled the worlds first compact dozer loader. Many other industry-leading brands display their most exciting and effective machines at CONEXPO-CON/AGGs exhibit areas. Additionally, there are over 150 educational settings for attendees to continue to develop their knowledgeable and skill set in their respective industries.

    With over 50 companies all around the world producing new types of dozers every year many of the slightly older models get bumped to the used market to make way for the newcomers. This has led to many construction companies in the market for a dozer to keep their eyes on sites like mascus.com. Mascus, as the worlds largest used heavy equipment marketplace, helps connect potential buyers with the dozer or machine they need for their operation. Because so many buyers are gravitating towards such a unique platform, so are many sellers. Individuals or companies looking to unload their used dozer or other heavy machines just have to complete a brief registration before getting their used equipment in front of thousands of daily viewers on Mascus.