Truck Operates With New Engine

The new Caterpillar 735 Articulated Truck features a new electronically-controlled engine and purpose-built transmission, a new front suspension system, a new hitch design, a cooling system mounted to the rear of the cab and — integrated with new styling — a new operator station and center-mounted cab. The 735 replaces the previous model, the D350E II, and offers improved fuel efficiency, smoother ride, enhanced comfort and visibility. The product retains the cross-axle differential lock and inter-axle differential lock system from the previous model.

“The 735 improves performance because of the differential locking capabilities and 3-point front suspension system,” says Bob Todd, product and application specialist. “Owing to these features the operator can travel faster over rough terrain and in adverse conditions.”

It is rated at 35 tons payload and produces net power of 365 hp from the Cat 3406E diesel engine. The 735 is designed to deliver a superior horsepower-to-weight ratio as well as excellent flotation and traction to haul efficiently in difficult terrain.

Such attributes enable the 735 to excel in applications in general construction, road building, sand and gravel hauling, land restoration and mine reclamation and landfill operations.
Verified by Bob Todd, product and application specialist.
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Engine: Cat 3406E
Net power: 365 hp
Payload: 35 tons

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