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793F Mining Truck

793F Mining Truck

At a Glance

Nominal Payload Capacity
250 ton (US)
Engine Model
Cat C175-16
Gross Power - SAE J1995
2650 HP
Top Speed - Loaded
37.3 mile/h
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Whether you’re hauling copper, coal, gold, iron ore or overburden the 793F provides you with the best in class cost per unit of production. Including the improvements in safety, productivity, serviceability and comfort you will see why the 793F is the industry leader of its class. Combine these features with unmatched dealer support and you will see why more mine sites choose Cat Mining Trucks for their production needs.

Operating Specifications

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Nominal Payload Capacity 250ton (US)
Top Speed - Loaded 37.3mile/h
Steer Angle 36°
Gross Machine Operating Weight 386 007 or 390 089 kg (851,000 or 860,000 lb)
Turning Circle - Clearance Diameter 107ft
Turning Diameter - Front 93ft
Note Refer to the Cat Mining Truck 10/10/20 Overload Policy for maximum gross machine weight limitations.


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Engine Model Cat C175-16
Gross Power - SAE J1995 2650HP
Torque Rise 20%
Bore 6.9in
Stroke 8.7in
Displacement 5187m³
Net Power 2478HP
Net Power - SAE J1349 2478HP
Emissions EPA Compliant. Where applicable, the Cat C175-16 engine is compliant with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emission requirements.
Note (1) Power ratings apply at 1,750 rpm when tested under the specified condition for the specified standard.
Note (2) Ratings based on SAE J1995 standard air conditions of 25° C (77° F) and 99 kPa (29.61 Hg) dry barometer. Power based on fuel having API gravity of 35 at 16° C (60° F) and an LHV of 42.780 kJ/kg (18,390 Btu/lb) when engine used at 30° C (86° F).
Note (3) No engine derating required up to 3810 m (12,500 ft) altitude.

Weights - Approximate

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Chassis Weight 270000lb
Body Weight Range 26 862-47 627 kg (59,220-105,000 lb)
Note (1) Chassis weight with 100 percent fuel, hoist, body mounting group, rims and 40.00R57 tires.
Note (2) Body weight varies depending on how body is equipped.


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Forward - 1 8mile/h
Forward - 2 10.8mile/h
Forward - 3 14.8mile/h
Forward - 4 19.9mile/h
Forward - 5 27.1mile/h
Forward - 6 37.3mile/h
Reverse 7.3mile/h

Final Drives

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Differential Ratio 1.8:1
Planetary Ratio 16:01
Total Reduction Ratio 28.8:1


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Effective Cylinder Stroke - Front 5.1in
Effective Cylinder Stroke - Rear 4.2in
Rear axle - Oscillation ±4.9 degrees


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Outside Diameter 34.5in
Brake Surface - Rear 20847in²
Standards J-ISO 3450 JAN88, ISO 3450:1996
Brake Surface - Front 13921in²

Body Hoists

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Pump Flow - High Idle 224gal/min
Relief Valve Setting - Raise 2955psi
Body Raise Time - High Idle 19s
Body Lower Time - Float 20s
Body Power Down - High Idle 17.5s
Note (1) Twin, two-stage hydraulic cylinders mounted outside main frame, double-acting cylinders in second stage.
Note (2) Power raise in both stages, power down in second stage.
Note (3) Automatic body lower modulation reduces impact on frame.

Service Refill Capacities

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Fuel Tank - Optional 1300gal (US)
Rear Axle - Housing 260gal (US)
Torque Converter/Transmission System - Including Sump 55gal (US)
Brake Hoist System - Includes Tank 347gal (US)
Cooling System 284gal (US)
Crankcase 82gal (US)
Fuel Tank 750gal (US)
Steering System - Including Tank 77gal (US)
Torque Converter - Transmission Sump 27gal (US)

Weight Distributions - Approximate

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Front Axle - Empty 48%
Front Axle - Loaded 33%
Rear Axle - Empty 52%
Rear Axle - Loaded 67%

Capacity - MSD II - 100% Fill Factor

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Heaped (SAE 2:1) 159-190 m3 (209-250 yd3)
Struck 112-142 m3 (146-186 yd3)
Note Contact your local Cat dealer for body recommendation.


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ROPS Standards ROPS (Rollover Protective Structure) for cab offered by Caterpillar meets ISO 3471:1994 ROPS criteria.
FOPS Standards FOPS (Falling Objects Protective Structure) meets ISO 3449:1992 Level II FOPS criteria.


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Sound Standards The operator sound pressure level measured according to work cycle procedures specified in ISO 6394 and 6396 is 76 dB(A) for cab offered by Caterpillar, when properly installed and maintained and tested with doors and windows closed.
Sound Standards (1) Hearing protection may be needed when operating with an open operator station and cab (when not properly maintained or doors/windows open) for extended periods or in a noisy environment.


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Steering Standards SAE J15111 OCT90, ISO 5010:1992