Two Caterpillar D9T Bulldozers Ripping And Pushing

Two Caterpillar D9T Bulldozers Ripping And Pushing

I was playing this game in a JCB JS330 earlier today. Great fun when you are sat practically laying flat in the cab sliding backwards ….. I, for one am impressed. Many of the comments here are of people who really don’t know what they are talking about. That ground is slippery than all get […]

I was playing this game in a JCB JS330 earlier today. Great fun when you are sat practically laying flat in the cab sliding backwards …..

I, for one am impressed. Many of the comments here are of people who really don’t know what they are talking about. That ground is slippery than all get out! The trees drop their forage and make just one slippery mess all over the place! Would I have done things differently? yes, but which operator wouldn’t have? And I wasn’t there so I don’t know the whole extent of the terrain. Kuddos to the two getting out!

First of all, I know the dozer operator was keeping his blade low incase he starting slipping backward, he could dig it in and stop himself. That is good, but, when you realize you are slipping in the mud, you back out of the way and let the excavator scrape out the top couple inches of mud where each track will travel.

And for the excavator, unless you have a rock or tree stump to grab onto, you push yourself up the hill, not pull, because when you put that bucket in the ground in front of you, you are taking too much weight off the tracks for good traction. Lastly, some people suggested going up the hill on a 45 degree angle or sideways….wrong!

When you put tracks on mud or ice sideways, the tracks act like sled runners and when you get sliding down the slope on a dozer or excavator, you stand a good chance of flipping the machine and having a real bad day. Fifty one years experience operating dozers, loaders, and excavators. I should know something.

 

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