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Caterpillar D6 D5 D4 140-6788 Left Dozer End Bit Feature:
Part No.: 140-6788 / 1406788
Manufacturer: Caterpillar, CAT
Machine Type: Bulldozer, Dozer
Made in China
A 517mm Material HB500
B 244mm Diameter 3/4″
C 22mm Tooth
Level Cut 35mm
Offering unparalleled manufacturing precision, Cat Level Cut end bits protect the blade of your machines from damage. Our Ground Engaging Tools (GET) are designed specifically for the DNA of your Cat iron and deliver consistent, superior protection.
Cat Level Cut end bits are designed to be on plane and are angled on the ends for close curb work, minimizing windrows and reducing time in finish dozing applications. Reversible and extended reversible styles are also available for double the wear life where curbing is not required.
Manufactured from DH-2 steel with properties that maintain hardness for long wear life, our durable end bits make it possible for your machines to deliver the performance you demand. Protect your investment by always choosing genuine Cat Ground Engaging Tools.
• Matched to the cutting edge depth
• Finish and semi-finish dozing in sand, loose soils, and aggregates
Front blades are ideal for spreading, removing debris, grading in tight corners and much more.
A straight blade is effective for spreading piles, removing debris from roadways, pushing materials into washouts and grading in corners where it can be difficult to reach with the moldboard. It’s available in widths and heights to match virtually any application and machine size. It’s available in a version that bolts to the front bolster or in a hook-on version that attaches to the front lift group.
An angle blade is great for clearing roads, driveways and parking lots. From the cab, you can set the angle of the plow up to 30 degrees in either direction to cast material where you need it to go. And the blades roll and carry for maximum efficiency. Angle blades are available in manual or hydraulic angle versions. CAT 135-9698 LEVEL CUT END BIT RH
These attachments are used in applications ranging from conditioning soils and mixing materials to loosening hard material and to ripping asphalt. While motor graders are not designed to continuously rip hard material, they will do a good job if properly used. Minimize articulation while ripping to avoid side loading the ripper or shanks causing possible failures. 122-8617 D6 Dozer Corner Cutting Edge 35mm LH
A front scarifier hooks to the front lift group and is normally used for light work. Since the lift group is used for raising and lowering, it is cost effective. Its disadvantages include less control of direction and cut depth when ripping, due to its location ahead of the steering wheels. This location also limits visibility to the scarifier teeth and material fracture. 122-8618 D6 Dozer Corner Blade 35mm RH
Compared with a front scarifier, a midmount scarifier has better control of cut depth, improved visibility and ability to fracture harder material. Disadvantages are interference with blade positioning, interference with material flow along the moldboard in some applications, and problems working into corners and close to objects.
A rear ripper/scarifier allows maximum ripping capability by placing the ripper weight on the rear-drive tires. It can be used to rip into corners, along walls or close to an object. The ripper shanks are used for heavy ripping; the scarifier shanks are used for light work where maximum surface fracture is desired. Both sets of shanks can be stored on top of the bar when not in use.