The Caterpillar D10 Track-Type Tractor was the world's first bulldozer equipped with Delta tracks. With the "High Sprocket Drive" it created significantly reduces the wear and tear on the undercarriage.
The machine was introduced in 1977, with an operating weight of 80 tons and equipped with a Caterpillar D348 12 cylinder bi-turbo diesel engine producing 700 HP. The Caterpillar D10 Track-Type Tractor was produced only in America.
Starting a series which lead from D10N, D10R, D10T and since 2014 to todays latest Caterpillar D10T2.
The Caterpillar D10T2 is a member of the Caterpillar Large Track-Type Tractors and has a long history of best-in-class versatility, productivity and resale value. Caterpillar offer the D10T2 with the Cat C27 ACERT US EPA Tier 4 Final certified, Engine and produces net power of 600hp in forward gears and 722hp in reverse gears, which means the D10T2 has about 20% more power in reverse compared with its predecessor.
Of the D10 series Track-Type Tractor are 1:50th scale models of the D10 made by (Conrad), D10N (ERTL and Norscot) and the D10T (Norscot). In 1:48th scale the D10 was released in four versions: a standard and Push dozer model with or without the double exhaust (CCM). In 2018 the Caterpillar D10T2 appeared in 1:50th scale within the High Line Series of Diecast Masters.