New VOLVO G990 Motor Graders for sale

volvo g990 26805 001 Volvo G990
Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Model G990
Differentiator Standard specs. Options available.
Year 2014


Category Articulated


Blade length - mm 4,267
Blade height - mm 787
Blade thickness - mm 25
Blade lift - mm 450
Blade tilt fwd-bwd - deg 46/13
Shoulder reach L-R - mm 3086/3073


Engine Make Model Volvo D9B
Net Engine Power - kW 168
Variable power net-max - kW 207
Torque rise - % 61
Engine displacement - ltr 9.4
Number of cylinders 6
Transmission HTE1160S
Drive Tandem 4wd
Speeds fwd-rev 11F/6R
Max speed fwd-rev - kph 52.0-39.5
Front Wheel Drive No
Front axle total oscillation - deg Up 16/Down 16
Front wheel lean - deg 18/18


Operating Weight - kg 22,100
Length - mm 9,730
Height to Cab top - mm 3,280
Width without blade - mm 2,800
Articulation either side - deg 21
Turning circle diameter - mm 8,150
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