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    Largest dozer?

    Who has pictures of the largest dozer made? I seen something on Modern Marvals the other day that showed the worlds largest dozer. It was not a D-11. It was made by Kamatsu I think. It sure made the D-11 not look so big anymore. It also had flat tracks on it. It wasn't a high track model like the Cats.

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    The largest dozer in production is the Komatsu 575 Super dozer. However, the largest Dozer ever made goes to the ACCO Dozer.


    575 next to a D11
    http://www.album-mmt.it/data/media/127/d575_10.jpg

    ACCO Dozer
    http://www.monsterbagger.de/cgi-bin/...id=6&min=&max=
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    Just so you know, that appears to be a D10 next to the 575, not a D11.

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    Acco

    Does anybody know the ACCO story?

    Whas this dozer and the grader the only things they made or are they still making machines?

    Great looking machines both of them

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    that acco is huge , i wish the specs were in english, if thats what they were along the sides of the pics. after 2 months of running a d10r and 9l somebody called in sick and i got to run the 11r i couldnt stop looking down at the tracks because they looked so big and wide, those tracks on the acco look twice as wide as the 11rs. i agree that looks like a 10.
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    My source for the photo says it was a D11, only going but what I am told. However, yes, that Acco is huge.
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    I'll still take an 11 over a Komatsu. I've run a 475, it's a horse no doubt. But I'll still take a Cat, for better or worse.
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    That Acco is truly amazingly BIG... Did I say BIG I meant HUGE..

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    That is an 11 in the picture because up until the T the 10's don't have 2 stacks but something about it doesn't look right I have a picture of an 11 with my wife standing in front of the blade I just don't know how to post it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGBEN2004 View Post
    That Acco is truly amazingly BIG... Did I say BIG I meant HUGE..

    They even had two sets of planetaries for the drive sprockets, 4 in total, that was very smart, less wear on the teeth and rails, but waaaay more moving parts.

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    A 10 R has 2 stacks. I'll get a picture for you when I get back to work in a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101 operator View Post
    I just don't know how to post it
    Check out the second red link in my signature for help with posting pictures.

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    Interesting I have never seen an R with 2 stacks and Macaninch has a bunch of them the T's have that goofy double stack for emissions

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    Definately a D10R, the goofy 2 stacks are not for emissions at all, the new engine layout determined that, The D10 of early 80,s had twin stacks and emmisions were not the reason it had it, V type engine with the turbo,s on each side is why twin stacks.

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