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But I think it’s an excellent feature. Rack Back Angle – Maximum Lift. It’s as if Caterpillar expects this new model to do double-duty—that is, to work as a conventional wheel loader in that space between the G and G, yet meet the requirements of buyers needing a tool carrier in that size class.
The end of the boom can be fitted with a pin-on bucket or with an optional coupler.
Directional shifts are also smooth—no banging or head jerking—even when you don’t use the brakes. Caterpillar G Integrated Tool Carrier. 930v Tipping Load – Full Turn.
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Shop Local Find nearby dealers. Minyard’s exercise with the new machine included loading a Volvo articulated truck; carrying material up a reasonably steep grade to simulate hopper charging; taking a few high-speed load-and-carry passes; and excavating from a tightly compacted bank, then building a large stockpile of loose material, which he subsequently pushed through and carried back to the bank.
Dump Angle at Maximum Lift. Rear Diff Fluid Capacity. Pump Flow – Implement Pump.
Bucket Pin Height – Maximum Lift. Caterpillar’s new hp G is an interesting addition to the company’s wheel-loader range.
Bucket Capacity – struck. Number of Reverse Gears. Height – Top of Hood. Jim, 930b you corner-load the bucket to see if it twists at the end of that single boom arm? Dump Clearance at Max Lift. The visibility, I think, is much improved over that of the IT28 in our fleet. Local instructor, Jim Minyard, was our operator for the evaluation.
Rack Back Angle – Carry.
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M Hook Height at Max Lift – extended. The working end of the G reflects the same design as that of the G. See Integrated Tool Carrier for sale on mascus. Just for an instant, I act a bit of wheel spin, but then all four tires seemed to grip and it moved through the pile with no problem.
The new G, right, has a much heftier look than the model it replaces, the IT28G, left. Three Questions with Michel Marchand.
Front Diff Fluid Capacity. I would assume, too, that its parallel linkage would make it good at handling forks and attachments. You can create a nickname or ID 9300g your company uses to identify this equipment. Minyard had worked the G a bit before we arrived on the day of the evaluation, so we asked the obvious first question: Centerline of Front Axle to Hitch.
Cat Social Cat Social??? Steering Cylinder, Two, Bore. Length – Rear Axle to Bumper. According to Caterpillar, the limited-slip feature of the axles would account for Minyard’s observation. Length with out Forks on Ground. But on inclines, you’d want more holding power. Reach – Full Lift and 45 degrees Dump.
I never had to wait on the boom. First, it’s a cst size, positioned between the hp G and the hp G. Dealer price and inventory are currently unavailable. Bucket Capacity – heaped 2. Please select a language Please select a language Close. Minimum Turning Radius – Over Tires.
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Hook Reach at Max Lift – Standard. F Hinge Pin Max Height. Actually, when working with Caterpillar on the G test, we were told that deflection at the bucket corners is, in fact, less with the VersaLink system for a given load, than with conventional loader linkage. Height – Top of Exhaust Stack. Hydraulic output at engine rpm and kPa psi. N Hook Reach at Max Lift – standard. Maximum Net Power – rpm. This “VersaLink” loader system, says Cat, is designed to blend the 930f and attachment-handling capabilities of a tool-carrier with the czt strength and speed of a conventional wheel loader using six-bar Z-bar linkage.