What Are Some Specifications for a Case 450 Bulldozer?

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Specifications for a Case 450 bulldozer include a weight of 10,040 lbs. and a height of 85 inches to the top of the exhaust stack. The Case 450 bulldozer has a ground clearance of 12 inches, notes Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co.

The Case 450 bulldozer is seven feet, one inches wide and 13 feet, 10 inches long with the blade angled. The blade is 95 and three eighths of an inch by 35 inches.

The top speed of the bulldozer is 5.81 miles per hour in forward drive and 6.39 in reverse. In first gear it can reach 1.59 mph in forward drive or 1.75 mph in reverse.

The Case 450 bulldozer can dig 18 inches below the ground. It can lift to 32 inches above the ground. With a straight blade, its turning circle clearance is 18 feet, four inches.

The tracks of the Case 450 have a standard gauge of 50 inches. The standard track shoes are 12-inch grousers. It has five lower track rollers on each side, and these have been permanently lubricated and sealed, with bronze bearings. The length of the tracks on the ground is 68.5 inches. The ground pressure from the tracks is 6.71 per square inch.