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Bucket Specifications and Compatibility

General Duty (GDC)

Heavy Duty (HD)

Severe Duty (SD)

Linkage

Width

mm in

CB 600 24 0.63 0.83 724 1,595 100% CB 750 30 0.86 1.13 810 1,785 100% CB 900 36 1.09 1.43 907 1,998 100% CB 1050 42 1.34 1.75 979 2,157 100% CB 1200 48 1.58 2.07 1070 2,358 100% CB 1350 54 1.83 2.40 1164 2,564 100% CB 600 24 0.52 0.68 763 1,681 100% CB 750 30 0.71 0.93 847 1,866 100% CB 900 36 0.91 1.19 935 2,061 100% CB 1050 42 1.12 1.46 1024 2,256 100% CB 1200 48 1.33 1.74 1095 2,413 100% CB 1350 54 1.54 2.02 1188 2,618 100% DB 1500 60 1.88 2.46 1624 3,579 100% CB 600 24 0.52 0.68 810 1,784 90% CB 750 30 0.71 0.93 902 1,987 90% CB 900 36 0.91 1.19 999 2,202 90% CB 1050 42 1.12 1.46 1097 2,417 90% CB 1200 48 1.33 1.74 1178 2,595 90%

Maximum load with coupler (payload + bucket) kg 3900 3525 4192

lb 8,597 7,770 9,239 Maximum standard bucket width with coupler mm 1372 1372 1676

in 54 54 66

Capacity Weight Fill

m3 yd3 kg lb %

With Center Lock Coupler

Reach Boom (HD)

R2.95 HD R2.5 HD (9'8") (8'2")

Mass Boom

M2.5 (8'2")

Maximum Material Density:

The above loads are in compliance with hydraulic excavator standard EN474, they do not exceed 87%

2100 kg/m3 (3,500 lb/yd3) of hydraulic lifting capacity or 75% of tipping capacity over the side with front linkage fully extended

at ground line with bucket curled. 1800 kg/m3 (3,000 lb/yd3) Capacity based on ISO 7451. 1500 kg/m3 (2,500 lb/yd3) Bucket weight with General Duty tips. 1200 kg/m3 (2,000 lb/yd3)

Caterpillar recommends using appropriate work tools to maximize the value customers receive from our products. Use of work tools, including buckets, which are outside of Caterpillar’s recommendations or specifications for weight, dimensions, flows, pressures, etc. may result in less-than-optimal performance, including but not limited to reductions in production, stability, reliability, and component durability. Improper use of a work tool resulting in sweeping, prying, twisting and/or catching of heavy loads will reduce the life of the boom and stick.

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