September BidTrader Auction Sept. 12
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The Origin of Motor Graders Produced by Caterpillar Began 110 Years ago
The origin of Caterpillar's involvement in the motor grader industry can be traced back to 110 years ago. In 1903, Richard Russell and Charles Stockland built their first horse-drawn elevating grader and formed a partnership - the Russell Grader Company- in a little town called Stephen, Minnesota. Richard Russell applied for a patent for this "first of its kind" elevating grader that had a gas engine driving the conveyor.
In 1908, Russell added a small road blade grader to its product line, the "Simplex," of which the cost for this simple (but soon very popular) grader ran between $105 and $150. Several more blade grader models were added over time.
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John Deere unveils updated line of tractors
At the recent John Deere Product Introduction in Columbus, Ohio, the new 7R Series of tractors was one of the headliners of the event.
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Josh Castillo the product manager of 7R Tractors with John Deere shares that the new machinery will have up to a 290-horsepower engine.
"These will replace the current production 7Rs right now out on the market," says Castillo.
Doosan launches new DX140LCR-3
The 15.3t reduced-tail-swing crawler excavator is designed to meet an increasing demand for reduced-radius machines as an alternative to conventional models for work on urban, utility, highway, rail, bridge and other confined-space construction sites.
The DX140LCR-3 is powered by the Cummins QSB 4.5 common rail 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine featuring the latest evolution in diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) after-treatment technology to meet Stage IIIB engine emission regulations.
The passive catalyst system is claimed to offer the simplest, most reliable after-treatment technology in this very competitive power band and the lowest cost of operation.
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