CAT 826G LANDFILL COMPACTOR (1998) - Unit #C4482

Photos shown are prior to our reconditioning process and will be updated.

CAT 826G Landfill Compactor

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  • Caterpillar 3406C DITA Engine
  • Powershift Transmission
  • Cab (ROPS) with Air Conditioning
  • Automatically Reversible Cooling Fan
  • Full Hydraulic Brakes
  • Front and Rear Striker Bars
  • Front Windshield Guard
  • Cat Landfill Blade
  • 48" Compaction Wheels
  • Lights, Wipers, Heater
  • AM/FM Radio, Mirrors
  • CAT Dealer Maintained - Ex-Municipal Machine
  • Rated at 340 HP.
  • Approximately 77,000 LBS.

Repair / Condition Report

Upon arrival to our yard, we removed all covers and guards and powerwashed and checked over the unit.

Engine oil filter was cut open and checked for contaminates, it was clean.

Transmission filters and suction screen were inspected and some clutch material was found. See our repairs below.

Hydraulic filters were cut open and checked for contaminates and they were clean.  

Following are the repairs presently being completed in our shop:


Was taken apart for complete resealing.  

NEW Cat forward clutch pack discs and plates were installed.

NEW Cat reverse clutch pack discs and plates were installed.

Complete CAT reseal kit was installed.

Torque Converter:

Complete CAT seal kit was installed and inspected including bearings, etc.

Removed and resealed the left front wheel seal.

Installed a NEW brake line.

Removed, cleaned and repaired the parking brake assembly.

Replaced the switch on the belly pan control.

Resealed the blade lift cylinder.

NEW bearings installed on the blade lift cylinder mount.

Removed, inspected and resealed the transfer case with a CAT seal kit.

A NEW transmission oil cooler was installed.

Checked the drive line and it was good.

Further miscellaneous repairs will be added once our reconditioning process is completed.

Following are the details completed by the servicing Caterpillar dealer:

This unit had a CAT Certified Powertrain Rebuild completed to it at 10,291 hours.

At that time, they REBUILT the engine, torque, transmission, transfer case, front and rear axles, center/articulation hitch and steering cylinders and bores.

At 18,746 hours, they installed NEW radiator cores.

At 16,600 hours, they REBUILT the rear axle.

At 14,344 hours, they installed a NEW implement pump.

At 12,241 hours, they installed a NEW fan pump.

At 12,564 hours, they installed a NEW fan motor.