New CATERPILLAR 795F AC Off Road Trucks for sale

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Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Model 795F AC
Year 2014


Category Rigid Dump Trucks
Payload Capacity - kg 317,000
Unladen Weight - kg 151,933
Heaped Capacity - m3 213
Loading Height - mm 7,040
Dump Speed Raise-Lower - sec 27-32
Dump Cycle Time Full Cycle - sec 20


Engine Cat® C175-16
Engine Displacement - lt 85
Number of Cylinders 16
Transmission AC Drive
Power - kW 2,535
Max Speed Fully Loaded - kph 64
Braking Retarder Oil Cooled Multiple Disc Brakes, Automatic Retarder Control (ARC)
Service Brakes Oil Cooled Multiple Disc Brakes
Tyres 53/80R63


Weight Distribution Empty Front-Rear % 48/52
Weight distribution Loaded Front-Rear % 33.3/66.7
Length - mm 15,150
Width - mm 8,970
Height - mm 7,800
Turning Circle Diameter - mm 34,000
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