Product of the Week: Cat 770G and 772G off-highway trucks

Upgraded off-highway trucks

| Published on March 27, 2014

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The new Cat 770G and 772G off-highway trucks were redesigned with major advancements in emission technology, transmission and traction control systems; frame, drive-train and cooling system enhancements; added operator amenities; and serviceability improvements.

Available in Tier 2, Tier 3, and Tier 4 Final configurations, the engines can be programmed to achieve the customer’s specific fuel economy goals.

Two programmable modes are available, Economy and Adaptive Economy, while a new auto neutral idle feature automatically places the transmission in neutral gear after the brake is applied for more than 15 seconds while in a forward gear.

A new transmission control system, Advanced Productivity Electronic Control Strategy (APECS), offers improved shift quality, faster acceleration, better speed on grade, and faster cycle times.

Also new is a four-post ROPS/FOPS structure that is integral to the cab, and the cab is resiliently mounted to the frame to dampen sound and vibration.

Operator safety is enhanced with handrails, lighting, and a low-effort stair step system.

Both trucks come standard with VIMS 3G, Cat’s Vital Information Management System, Truck Production Management System (TPMS), TMPH (Ton Mile Per Hour) / TKPH (Tonne Kilometer Per Hour) tire management system, and Product Link.

Specifications

770G

772G

Engine

Cat C15

Cat C18

Net power, hp

477

550

Peak torque, lb ft

1,711

1,988

Gross operating weight

157,000 pounds

181,000 pounds

Nominal payload, metric tons

40

52

Body capacity, cubic yards

33.9

40.8

Top speed (mph), loaded

45.7

49.2

Caterpillar | cat.com

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