Caterpillar 920 Wheel Loader
The 920 has a D330c four-cylinder diesel engine producing 80 flywheel horsepower (FWHP). It has powershift transmission and four-wheel drive. It comes standard with electric start, caliper disc brakes, and a 100-inch (254-cm) wheelbase.
The 920 was manufactured in the USA, with a 62K serial number prefix; in Japan, with a 75J prefix; and in Belgium, with a 41J prefix.
In 1971, Caterpillar added a sealed loader linkage, beginning with 62K03040, 75J00976, and 41J01311.
In 1973, Cat replaced the D330c engine with a 3304 engine, beginning with 62K04606 and 75J02157. Also in 1973, the American 62K unit received a rollover protection system (ROPS), beginning with 62K05455.
Between 1973 and 1974, a sleeve metering fuel system (SMFS) was installed, beginning with 62K05679 and 75J02482.
In 1977, the Japanese 75J received an interim scroll fuel system (ISFS), beginning with 75J03573.
In 1979, the Belgian 41J received a redesigned bumper and rear-mounted batteries, beginning with 41J07796.
Between 1979 and 1980, Caterpillar modified the caliper disc brakes on the American and Japanese units, beginning with 62K09973 and 75J04759.
Production of the Cat 920 ended in 1985.
Based on data from the sales database of Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, it is estimated that more than 30,800 Caterpillar 920 wheel loaders have been produced.
|Total = 30,857|