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Commercial bulldozers for every building project

Bulldozers offer a strong and durable piece of equipment and a lot of power to a construction site. This powerful machine can push heavy earth and rocks with ease and usually consists of a crawler or track driven mechanism, as with crawler dozers and loaders.

This type of equipment is suitable for infrastructure jobs such as road building and other heavy-duty tasks including mining, forestry and land clearing. There is a selection of bulldozers in a range of sizes from top brands such as Komatsu and Caterpillar in new and used condition.

Bulldozers for all project sizes

Whatever the size of your project, there is a dozer to suit. Bulldozers generally have two types of tools suited to various construction jobs. For projects that require moving heavy earth including sand, soil and debris, bulldozers equipped with a blade provide an ideal option. For heavy machinery that can break up rocks and soil quickly, a bulldozer with a ripper tool is required.

There are several other modifications you can make to a commercial bulldozer suited to a specific project including attaching buckets. There is also the option of creating an angledozer with some models, so the earth is pushed to the side of the machine. If you require extra attachments including a ripper tool, buckets and blades, there is a selection of fitments to suit a range of commercial bulldozer models. You'll also find complete bulldozers with specific equipment plus various attachments suited to your project needs.

Parts and components for commercial bulldozers

If you're looking for replacement parts or components for a commercial bulldozer, there is a variety of options. You'll find everything from ignition switches, fuel-water separators and pre-cut blank keys for a range of bulldozer makes, plus many other replacement components. You'll also find complete bulldozers that can be used for parts for your existing bulldozer or for restoration projects.

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