Enhanced design and materials provide superior strength to the purpose built structures of the 814F Series 2.
Structure Construction Combines the use of robotic welding on up to 90 percent of the 814F Series 2 with castings in several areas to increase strength by helping spread the loads and reduce the number of parts. This provides highly consistent welds with deep plate penetration and excellent plate fusion. The benefits are increased durability and fatigue strength. The computer controlled machining ensures the alignment of pin bore, axle pad, cab mount and transmission/engine components.
Box Section End Frame Designed to resist twisting and torsional forces, the box section engine end frame provides a solid foundation for the axles, engine and transmission.
Front Frame With two plates provides maximum structural strength during compaction and dozing applications.
Spread Hitch Design Improves load distribution by reducing loads to the hitch bearings. The large center hitch design improves hydraulic line routing and makes service access easier.
Upper and Lower Hitch Pins Pivot on double-tapered roller bearings. Box-style sections in the hitch pins and crossmember assembly improve frame structure strength. Increased diameter lower hitch pins add to the robust design.
Engine and Transmission Mounts With rubber isolation mount design reduces noise and vibration.