New CATERPILLAR 301.7D CR D Excavators for sale

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Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Model 301.7D CR
Series D
Year 2014


Category Track Mounted


Bucket Capacity - m3 0.018
Bucket Width - mm 230
Dig Depth - mm 2321
Reach at Ground Level - mm 3842
Vertical Wall Max Depth - mm 1578
Dump Height - mm 2441
Bucket Breakout - kgf 1448
Arm Breakout - kgf 744


Engine Make-Model Yanmar 3TNV76
Net Engine Power SAE Rated - kW 13.2
Engine Displacement - lt 1.12
Number of Cylinders 3


Pump Types 2 x VD & 2 x Gear
Relief Valve Pressure Main Pumps - bar 200
Main Pumps Flow - lpm 2 x 23.8
Spare Attachments Spool Yes


Operating Weight - MT 1.69
Transport Length - mm 3584
Transport Height - mm 2362
Width - mm 990
Tailswing Radius - mm 660
Ground Clearance - mm 271
Track Length - mm 1607
Track Pad Width - mm 230
Speed - kph 2.8/5.6
Gradeability - % 30


Dozer Blade Standard Yes
Offsettable Boom Yes
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