The Caterpillar 777 is a 100-ton haul truck used mostly in open pit mining. It is manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. The first version of the Caterpillar 777 was made available in 1974. Its diesel engine can produce 870 horsepower (650 kW). The 1996-released 777D used a 938 horsepower (699 kW) diesel engine.
Sometimes, even the biggest trucks need help. This Caterpillar 777 mining transport truck was propelled forward by a Peterbilt with an 11-axle lowboy. All Around Equipment, Inc. returned it to a Cemex mine in Florida.
Partially assembled machines and systems as well as specialized machinery for particular purposes are provided by Caterpillar in cooperation with Cat dealers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). The vast majority of product options for bare chassis trucks (WTR models) are identical to those for dump truck models.
You can select hoist cylinders with or without them. These models often come with the higher Tractor ROPS certification ratings needed for specialty vehicles like water trucks, tow trucks, and fuel and lubricant trucks. These partial machine designs are used in the construction, demolition, waste, material handling, quarrying, and mining industries.
Let’s watch how to transport Caterpillar 777 mining how truck with 11 Axle Lowboy in the video below:
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