Extreme DIESEL ENGINE BULLDOZERS 5 Biggest DIRT PUSHERS in Existence

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Extreme DIESEL ENGINE BULLDOZERS 5 Biggest DIRT PUSHERS in Existence

This video features Extreme DIESEL BULLDOZERS 5 Biggest DIRT PUSHERS in Existence.  Agree, that ACCO was never used and never moved... The Komatsu 575 was last built in 2012, another massive monster you have to build onsite and can basically never move... D11's and 475's are mass produced monsters, same with the next in line the D10's and 375's, they can be moved with just blade removal,,, with lots of permits on the road of course... duh!!! but when you get to the size disassembly is required, its a pit mine machine and will never move beyond that mine... D11's and 475's are basically there also, move them around in the mine, but roading them.... uhhhh,,, not so easy!!!!  This list makes no sense unless you are saying the largest dozer for each manufacturer....  CAT and Komatsu have the top four, then the ACCO.  With people's obsession with horsepower, diesel companies have got away from showing the torque of the engines as a factor of it's pulling ability. Is the torque on a modern diesel engine of a consideration when buying a piece of equipment, or is it just understood that the diesel is going to be a torque monster anyway

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