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    Used Caterpillar dozers for sale

    Few machines in the heavy equipment market are able to pack a punch pound-for-pound the way that a dozer does. These mighty movers facilitate the demolishing and compiling of small buildings, trees, rubble, dirt, and rocks by utilizing their frontward blade as the machine powers forward. Caterpillar, a prominent brand of dozers and other machines, can be regularly seen at all types of construction sites moving demolished materials, in quarries moving rock, and in forestry operations moving felled trees. Known for their resilience and long lifespan, Caterpillar (sometimes called CAT) dozers are the most commonly used dozers in North America.

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    • Caterpillar D 7 G, 1985, DozersCaterpillar D7GAdditional Information: Description: Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: Clark Equipment Sales ROPS: Enclosed

      Dozers
      1985 1,587 h
      United States, Pleasureville, Kentucky
      24h

      On Request
    • Caterpillar D 8 T, 2018, DozersCaterpillar D8TEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2018 1,612 h
      United States, 6200 N Us 301/441, FL
      24h

      695,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 3 K LGP, DozersCaterpillar D3K LGPAdditional Information: Description: CAT Diesel Engine, Rear Screen, 6-Way Blade, 24-Inch Pads Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: L & L Equipment Sales R

      Dozers

      United States, La Vergne, Tennessee
      24h

      35,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 4 K XL, 2015, DozersCaterpillar D4KXL AEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2015 1,808 h
      United States, Russellville, AR
      24h

      90,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N LGP, 2018, DozersCaterpillar D6NLGPEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2018 1,519 h
      United States, Houston, TX
      24h

      282,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 G LGP, 2004, DozersCaterpillar D5GLGPEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2004 4,634 h
      United States, Little Rock, AR
      24h

      48,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 T XL, 2015, DozersCaterpillar D6T XLEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2015 2,848 h
      United States, IA
      24h

      247,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 K XL, 2015, DozersCaterpillar D5KXLEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2015 2,619 h
      United States, Russellville, AR
      24h

      89,400 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N LGP, 2017, DozersCaterpillar D6N LGPAdditional Information: Description: Grade Control, ARO ready, 6 way blade, Ripper Valve, 33" track pads, Traditional HD UC, 161" blade, Cab comfort package, ** PR

      Dozers
      2017 2,836 h
      United States, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
      24h

      222,000 USD
    • Caterpillar D 3 K XL, 2011, DozersCaterpillar D3K XLAdditional Information: Description: Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: CESAR - Jackson - Equipment ROPS: Open

      Dozers
      2011 2,536 h
      United States, Jackson, Tennessee
      24h

      On Request
    • Caterpillar D 6 N LGP, 2018, DozersCaterpillar D6NLGPEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2018 1,683 h
      United States, Houston, TX
      24h

      282,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 8 T, 2006, DozersCaterpillar D8T RIPEngine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2006 7,506 h
      United States, Richmond, VA
      24h

      On Request
    • Caterpillar D 8 T, 2005, DozersCaterpillar D8TAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2005 9,068 h
      United States, Williston, MT
      7d

      239,900 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 K 2 XL, 2017, DozersCaterpillar D5K2XLACondition level grade (1-5): 3, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2017 1,179 h
      United States, Topeka Area, KS
      7d

      141,780 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N LGP, 2005, DozersCaterpillar D6N LGPAdditional Information: Description: 2005 CAT D6N 6 WAY BLADE, DIFF STEER, CANOPY, METER READING 9,324 HOURS Express Financing Get a Inventory Location: CESAR - J

      Dozers
      2005 9,324 h
      United States, Jackson, Tennessee
      7d

      On Request
    • Caterpillar D 5 K 2 XL, 2016, DozersCaterpillar D5K2XLACondition level grade (1-5): 3, Engine power: , Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2016 906 h
      United States, Chanute, KS
      7d

      124,800 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 R XL, 1999, DozersCaterpillar D 6 R XLGross weight: 20502.4, Engine power: 199, Additional Information: 6 CYL CAT ENGINE, 3 SPEED TRANS, DIFFERENTIAL STEERING, 36 IN PADS, 13 FT STRAIGHT TILT BLADE, ENCLOSED CAB W/ A/C & HEAT

      Dozers
      1999
      United States, Sutherlin
      7d

      64,500 USD
    • Caterpillar D 5 C III, 1999, DozersCaterpillar D5CIIILGPHAttachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      1999 7,022 h
      United States, Duluth, MN
      7d

      32,200 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 K 2 XL, 2016, DozersCaterpillar D6K2XLACondition level grade (1-5): 3, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2016 810 h
      United States, Topeka Area, KS
      7d

      167,200 USD
    • Caterpillar D 6 N LGP, 2017, DozersCaterpillar D6NLGPVPACondition level grade (1-5): 3, Attachments: OtherInformation

      Dozers
      2017 2,327 h
      United States, Topeka Area, KS
      7d

      270,500 USD

    Caterpillar’s dominance in the dozer marketplace primarily stems from its most popular line called the D6 series. Featuring 3 different models, these medium size machines outdo their fellow CAT dozers 3-to-1 in North America’s used heavy equipment market. The newest of these machines, the CAT D6T, was recently created as the heaviest of the D6 line with an operating weight of 47,138 lbs. The next size down, the CAT D6N, comes in about 20% lighter than the D6T but still maintains a respectable 166 horsepower. The smallest of the popular D6 series medium size dozers is the CAT D6K2. The D6K2 is the fastest of Caterpillar™s medium size dozers weighing just under 15 short tons and featuring a Cat C4.4 ACERT twin turbo diesel engine.

    Some of the most intense jobs for machines take place in quarries and mines. Having to move massive amounts of earth day in and day out requires some of the strongest machines in the world. In some mines dozers are needed to move massive pieces of rock weighing tens of thousands of pounds. Most machines were not capable of handling such tasks until Caterpillar came along and created the CAT D9. As the largest of the popular Caterpillar dozer models the D9 rivals the world’s most effective dozers both in size and in output. The strength of this giant Caterpillar actually starts at the companies origin. Caterpillar’s owner originated the idea of using crawler tracks for heavy equipment in the early 1900’s. He determined that the constant contact with the ground provided better traction than tires did, allowing him to move heavier items. Caterpillar applies that same principle today to its most powerful dozer. With all 108,000 lbs sitting on all 22.8 square feet of track on each side of the dozers frame, the CAT D9 has more pushing power than any machine of its size. It is powered by a 436 horsepower, 6 cylinder, 7.2 inch stroke, CAT C18 ACERT diesel engine. The powerful engine is surrounded by a heavy duty frame that spans 26.5 feet long, 14.7 feet wide, and 13 feet high. However, even with an engine as powerful as the C18 ACERT the incredible mass of the CAT D9 limits its maximum forward travel speed to 7.3 miles per hour and a slightly faster backwards pace of 9.1 miles per hour. However, what the D9 lacks in speed it more than makes up in moving capacity. This machine leads with a blade that reaches 22.5 feet long. With it the CAT D9 is able to move 17.7 cubic yards of material with ease. There is also an area on the back side of this dozer to attach a large ripper.

    At first glance CAT dozers appear to be rather homogenous in nature. However, when one takes a look at each machineries unique specifications, their varying driving styles and mechanisms, and their vastly different sizes, the diversity amongst the dozers is self-evident. By breaking them into four categories based off of their increasing size, companies like Caterpillar advertise small, medium, large, and waste handling dozers. Within those categories CAT has at least 4 different sizes of dozers. While having so many machines (a total of 18) with such similar capabilities may seem redundant, the amount of options gives buyers a great avenue to purchase the absolute best machine for their operation. Smaller models like the CAT D3K2 serve as the most compact versions of the Caterpillar dozers. With an overall length of 14 feet the D3K2 is comparatively small when put beside mega-sized dozers like the Komatsu D575A. While typically fitted with a standard blade, Caterpillar’s D3K2 can also implement a mulcher attachment for wood and forestry tasks. Another attachment that Caterpillar’s dozers use is called a ripper. Unlike the blade or mulcher, a ripper attaches to the back of the dozer. Rippers use one or more shanks to dig in the ground behind the dozer as it moves forward. When depth or single-point pressure is the primary goal for the ripper operator a single shank is generally the go-to option. For a broader and lighter job a multi-shank ripper is a better choice.

    Reading about these amazing machines is one thing, but getting to witness their enormity in person and talk to their companies is another. There are few events around the world that allow such an opportunity outside of MINExpo. Meeting every 4 years in Las Vegas, Nevada MINExpo gathers the mining industry’s leading brands, experts, and workers for one epic event. In the exhibit area of the expo attendees can look at and sit in some of the newest machines coming out of manufactures like Caterpillar as well as talk to their representatives to help them understand the depth of quality of the dozers. There are also ample educational classes and networking opportunities all weekend long at MINExpo. The next event will take place September 28-30, 2020.

    Since Caterpillar has been selling quality dozers starting in the 1950s it is no surprise that the used dozer marketplace is full of some of the more recent models that have been used over the last 20 years. Because of Caterpillar's dedication to quality many of these used machines still in excellent shape can be found on mascus.com by potential buyers across the world. Buyers are able to find the used equipment they are looking for on sites like Mascus by using a speedy search and foolproof filters that narrow the search. Also, seeing that many current owners of used CAT dozers are ready to sell their valuable machines Mascus has provided sellers an effortless signup process to get their used heavy equipment available to buyers internationally.