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Caterpillar first referred to its “Wheel Loader” product family as “Traxcavators.” In December 1959, the first machine in this new product family - the 944 Traxcavator (later, it was referred to as the 944 Wheel Loader) - came off the assembly line at the Caterpillar manufacturing plant in Aurora, Ill.

The 944 Traxcavator was much different than earlier Traxcavator models as it had wheels instead of tracks. It was also equipped with twin lift arms instead of a vertical mast. The 944 was well accepted in the industry because of its rigid frames and rear wheel steering. It was powered by a four-cylinder Cat ® D330 Diesel Engine. The standard bucket size was two cubic yards, which made the machine more competitive with a host of similar sized machines from other construction equipment manufacturers.

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Caterpillar first referred to its “Wheel Loader” product family as “Traxcavators.” In December 1959, the first machine in this new product family - the 944 Traxcavator (later, it was referred to as the 944 Wheel Loader) - came off the assembly line at the Caterpillar manufacturing plant in Aurora, Ill.

The 944 Traxcavator was much different than earlier Traxcavator models as it had wheels instead of tracks. It was also equipped with twin lift arms instead of a vertical mast. The 944 was well accepted in the industry because of its rigid frames and rear wheel steering. It was powered by a four-cylinder Cat ® D330 Diesel Engine. The standard bucket size was two cubic yards, which made the machine more competitive with a host of similar sized machines from other construction equipment manufacturers.

Which Manual Do I Need?
There are 3 main types of Caterpillar Traxcavator manuals, each with a specific purpose. Some manuals combine types (i.e. Parts + Operators, etc.), but the basic function of the manual types remain the same and are as follows:

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Caterpillar first referred to its “Wheel Loader” product family as “Traxcavators.” In December 1959, the first machine in this new product family - the 944 Traxcavator (later, it was referred to as the 944 Wheel Loader) - came off the assembly line at the Caterpillar manufacturing plant in Aurora, Ill.

The 944 Traxcavator was much different than earlier Traxcavator models as it had wheels instead of tracks. It was also equipped with twin lift arms instead of a vertical mast. The 944 was well accepted in the industry because of its rigid frames and rear wheel steering. It was powered by a four-cylinder Cat ® D330 Diesel Engine. The standard bucket size was two cubic yards, which made the machine more competitive with a host of similar sized machines from other construction equipment manufacturers.

Which Manual Do I Need?
There are 3 main types of Caterpillar Traxcavator manuals, each with a specific purpose. Some manuals combine types (i.e. Parts + Operators, etc.), but the basic function of the manual types remain the same and are as follows:


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