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New Caterpillar® 613G Elevating Wheel Tractor-Scraper Delivers Improved Productivity and Reduced Operating Costs
August 28th, 2008
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The smallest of the Caterpillar® wheel tractor-scraper line, the 613, has been upgraded to G-Series performance, comfort and serviceability standards. The new model features a tractor that has been redesigned from the ground up. With increases in power train efficiency, rimpull, elevator speed and travel speed, the 613G is more productive than its predecessor and can load material as much as 13 percent faster.
The new 613G replaces the 613C II and features a cleaner, quieter and more powerful engine; a 95-gallon (360-liter) fuel tank that supports 10- to 12-hour shifts; 30 percent more cab space for greater operator comfort; plus numerous improvements to the hydraulic, braking and electrical systems for reliable and durable operation.
The 613G has an 11.0-cubic-yard (8.4-cubic-meter) heaped capacity and is ideally suited for smaller earthmoving, road construction and site preparation jobs where its self-loading capability, spreading ability, speed and maneuverability contribute to high productivity and versatility.