A Case 450 bulldozer weighs 10,040 pounds and is 85 inches tall from the ground to the top of the exhaust stack. Murphy Tractor & Equipment Co. says that the Case 450 bulldozer has a ground clearance of 12 inches.
With the blade at an angle, the Case 450 bulldozer is 71 inches wide and 13 feet 10 inches long. The blade is 95 and 3/8 inches long and 35 inches wide.
The bulldozer can go as fast as 5.81 miles per hour in forward drive and 6.39 miles per hour in reverse drive. In first gear, it can go forward at 1.59 mph or backward at 1.75 mph.
The Case 450 bulldozer can dig up to 18 inches deep. It can go up to a height of 32 inches off the ground. Its turning circle is 18 feet and 4 inches with a straight blade.
The standard gauge of the Case 450’s tracks is 50 inches. Standard track shoes are grousers that are 12 inches long. It has five lower track rollers on each side, and the bronze bearings on these rollers are always oiled and sealed. The tracks on the ground are 68.5 inches long. The force of the tracks on the ground is 6.71 pounds per square inch.