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Track Loaders

We build the most complete line of track loaders in the construction equipment industry. Matching Cat® track loaders to specific applications is easy with several different configurations of track loaders built to serve customers worldwide.

Track Loaders

Save money and transport time with one rugged machine for land clearing, digging, grading, truck loading, slope work and more. Crawler loaders give you reduced ground pressure and better traction so you can start the job earlier and work longer in soft underfoot conditions. Purpose-built Waste Handler, Ship Hold and Partial Steel Mill configurations stand up to the toughest applications. The latest generation of Cat track loaders brings you all of this, plus improved performance and fuel efficiency.

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953K Track Loader Details
 
963K Track Loader Details
 
973D Track Loader Details
 
973K Track Loader - Steel Mill Configuration Details
 

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Shiphold/Port Handling Track Loaders

An optimal combination of traction, high reach and machine balance makes Cat track loaders ideal for working in ship holds and port handling duties. Specialized crawler loader attachments, like coal buckets and trim blades, help you sweep down walls and handle a variety of materials.

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973D SH Shiphold/Port Handling Details
 

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Waste Handler Track Loaders

From loading and sorting to excavation and spreading cover material, the Cat track loader is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in your landfill or transfer station. Crawler loader Waste Handler arrangements feature added guarding and seals to give you a purpose-built machine to take on the challenges of waste applications. A choice of buckets and track shoes allow you to further optimize the machine for greater performance and service life. The latest generation of Cat track loaders brings you all of this, plus improved performance and fuel efficiency.

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973D Waste Handler Details
 

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