Caterpillar 910 Wheel Loader
The 910 has a 3204 four-cylinder engine producing 65 flywheel horsepower (FWHP). It has a powershift transmission with four-wheel drive. It comes standard with electric start, sealed loader linkage, and caliper disc brakes.
The 910 was manufactured in Japan, with a 80U serial number prefix.
In 1975, Caterpillar added a high capacity torque converter, beginning with 80U04002.
In 1978, a direct injection engine was added, beginning with 80U06735.
Production of 80U ended in 1979. That same year Caterpillar introduced two new 910 units, with a 40Y or 41Y prefix.
The 40Y has three speeds forward, one reverse; the 41Y has three speeds forward, three reverse.
In 1981, Cat increased the breakout force of the 910, beginning with 40Y03007 and 41Y01128.
In 1982, a modified water pump was added, beginning with 40Y04147 and 41Y01489.
In 1986, two more 910 units were introduced, with a 3SD or 8GD prefix. They both featured increased weight and horsepower, to 75 FWHP.
Production of 8GD ended in 1987.
Production of 3SD ended in 1988.
Production of 40Y and 41Y ended in 1989.
Based on data from the sales database of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, it is estimated that more than 22,600 Caterpillar 910 wheel loaders have been produced.
|Total = 22,607|