What Is the Largest Bulldozer in the World?

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The biggest and the world most powerful bulldozer is called the D575A-3SD it was built in Japan and is 16 feet tall,41 feet along 24 feet wide. it offers reliability with advanced hydraulics, power train, frame among others.
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The Worlds biggest and the most powerful production Bulldozer is the D575A-3SD built by Komatsu in Ishikawa, Japan.  It stands 16 feet tall, 41 feet long and 24 feet wide the D575A-3SD and it is the king of power when it comes to shifting aggregate. When the need arises to clear away huge amounts of rubble, rock or earth then the D575A-3SD is the machine of choice. The Komatsu D575A-3SD offers industry with the reliability and with advanced technology and advanced Hydraulics, power train, frame and all other factors that make a great bulldozer.
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