Case 450 bulldozer specifications include a weight of 10,040 pounds and a height of 85 inches to the top of the exhaust stack. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. says that the Case 450 bulldozer has a 12-inch ground clearance.
The angled blade of the Case 450 bulldozer is seven feet, one inch wide and thirteen feet, ten inches long. The blade is 95 and 3/8 inches by 35 inches.
In forward drive, the bulldozer’s top speed is 5.81 miles per hour, while in reverse, it is 6.39 miles per hour. It can attain 1.59 mph in forward gear and 1.75 mph in reverse gear.
The Case 450 can excavate 18 inches into the ground. It can raise to a height of 32 inches from the ground. 18 feet and 4 inches is the turning circle clearance with a straight blade.
The Case 450’s tracks have a standard gauge of 50 inches. Standard track shoes measure 12 inches in length. It includes five bottom track rollers on each side that are permanently greased, sealed, and supported by bronze bearings. The length of the muddy footprints is 68.5 inches. The track’s ground pressure is 6.71 pounds per square inch.
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