Caterpillar D11N Extreme Pushing

Caterpillar D11N Extreme Pushing

Yep. The operator used the power a bit conservative to reduce track slippage. Hats off to his finesse in a most dificult situation. It must be an absolute pleasure to be up close and watch this awesome machine at work, and an even bigger one to operate it. anyone who has ever done what he’s […]

Yep. The operator used the power a bit conservative to reduce track slippage. Hats off to his finesse in a most dificult situation.

It must be an absolute pleasure to be up close and watch this awesome machine at work, and an even bigger one to operate it.

anyone who has ever done what he’s doing on blasted rock knows how much this job sucks and how difficult it can be , so all you people that have something bad to say about the operator are clearly skidloader experts !!

I used to steam clean on surface coal mines and couldn’t resist a rip through shot rock just like this on a sticker brand new,paint on the blade, plastic in the seat d11r…kicked my cat radio in high and made my way across a field of boulders to the center of the shot where they were cutting off with 3 brand new 11s’s…the whole job was new..992g,777d’s, d8r, 330c….it’s way harder than it looks even with a machine this size…I grabbed a blade of rock and tried to get it over the holler fill but backed up way too early considerin it was 1000′ to the bottom…man what an experience.

This may sound like a dumb question but I am not in construction. I just love the machines. On a machine this large how does the driver know where he is going much less what he is pushing? The cab and the driver’s seat are so far back and the front of the machine is long. It seems like he would have no idea where he is going or pushing. Any info would be great on how people operate machines like this.

Are those high track dozers harder on the pins and bullgears than the straight track machines? It seems like they would be since there are fewer teeth in contact with the pins so those pins and teeth must be under a higher strain. Caterpillar has stuck with that design so I’m guessing there must be some advantage can someone tell me what it is.

Gotta love the D11 series… The D11T is a sweet heart…we got rid of all our N series but still a great machine compared to the 475a Komatsu

 

 

 

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