Trackson had been founded in 1922 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and built a plethora of attachments for not only Caterpillar but other manufacturers as well.

Prior to the buyout, Trackson had been working on a project where the loader was an integral part of the track-type tractor and not just an “add-on”.

While very effective, Trackson’s loaders did have their limitations and the closest that Trackson got before Caterpillar took them over was the release of the model HT4, based on a wide gauge Cat D4-7U series, which addressed a lot, but not all, of the issues inherent in the design.

The Traxcavator (or Drott) is a piece of earthmoving equipment generally suited for carrying material on larger excavation projects. They have a quicker carrying speed & a large bucket capacity than most Excavators. As with an excavator, care must be taking when hiring these machines as their tracks can cause damage to paved, concreted & asphalted surfaces.

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Trackson had been founded in 1922 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and built a plethora of attachments for not only Caterpillar but other manufacturers as well.

Prior to the buyout, Trackson had been working on a project where the loader was an integral part of the track-type tractor and not just an “add-on”.

While very effective, Trackson’s loaders did have their limitations and the closest that Trackson got before Caterpillar took them over was the release of the model HT4, based on a wide gauge Cat D4-7U series, which addressed a lot, but not all, of the issues inherent in the design.

The Traxcavator (or Drott) is a piece of earthmoving equipment generally suited for carrying material on larger excavation projects. They have a quicker carrying speed & a large bucket capacity than most Excavators. As with an excavator, care must be taking when hiring these machines as their tracks can cause damage to paved, concreted & asphalted surfaces.

Over 16 items sold. 0% negative feedback. OK seller. eBay Money Back Guarantee: Get the item you ordered, or your money back!

Trackson had been founded in 1922 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and built a plethora of attachments for not only Caterpillar but other manufacturers as well.

Prior to the buyout, Trackson had been working on a project where the loader was an integral part of the track-type tractor and not just an “add-on”.

While very effective, Trackson’s loaders did have their limitations and the closest that Trackson got before Caterpillar took them over was the release of the model HT4, based on a wide gauge Cat D4-7U series, which addressed a lot, but not all, of the issues inherent in the design.

The Traxcavator (or Drott) is a piece of earthmoving equipment generally suited for carrying material on larger excavation projects. They have a quicker carrying speed & a large bucket capacity than most Excavators. As with an excavator, care must be taking when hiring these machines as their tracks can cause damage to paved, concreted & asphalted surfaces.

Trackson had been founded in 1922 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and built a plethora of attachments for not only Caterpillar but other manufacturers as well.

Prior to the buyout, Trackson had been working on a project where the loader was an integral part of the track-type tractor and not just an “add-on”.

While very effective, Trackson’s loaders did have their limitations and the closest that Trackson got before Caterpillar took them over was the release of the model HT4, based on a wide gauge Cat D4-7U series, which addressed a lot, but not all, of the issues inherent in the design.

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