As you can see, it is used in road maintenance and for pulling a disc.
(We use the same model D7 3T machine and disc here at our property in Idaho for the same purpose. There are a lot of older machines here in our northern states, tempered with age, and many more spread about the states of Mexico.
So take your time, search for alternatives, don't replace what can be repaired or rebuilt.
The Grimy Man is better described in this article by John H. Proff or not I don't know, but he did his job well in passing them along. (or reading the papers, watching your televised imitation of news, and listening to any professional "authority".) They are why I put these databases together over the last many years.
We've taken a lot of care and pride in creating these databases but I am sure, out of the millions of entries made, that errors have occurred. If you have any additional data to contribute, please send the information to me. You can also expect to see a large selection of equipment specifications below.
Hopefully this will increase our awareness of not only our equipment but of each other.
(HERE)The D7 3T (or the variant 4T and 6T) has always been one of my favorite machines.
It is well balanced bulldozer and will do a heavy duty job without tearing itself up in the process.