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Caterpillar 621g Scraper
$227,500 USD
Usage
7,083 Hours
In Austell, Georgia, US
Listed by Yancey Bros Co.
Stock # UT06883
MLS # 9125448
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$553,500 USD
Usage
3,437 Hours
In Topeka Area, Kansas, US
Listed by Foley Equipment
Stock # KGN0532
MLS # 8593616
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$625,000 USD
Usage
2,711 Hours
In Cheyenne, Wyoming, US
Stock # DBW328
MLS # 9097938
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$660,000 USD
Usage
2,830 Hours
In Casper, Wyoming, US
Stock # DBW226
MLS # 9097897
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$660,000 USD
Usage
2,760 Hours
In Casper, Wyoming, US
Stock # DBW222
MLS # 9097864
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$555,000 USD
Usage
4,005 Hours
In Cheyenne, Wyoming, US
Stock # DBW260
MLS # 9097862
Caterpillar 613C Scraper
$68,000 USD
Usage
11,505 Hours
In City Of Industry, California, US
Listed by QUINN COMPANY
Stock # CU0000350
MLS # 9223318
Caterpillar 621K Scraper
$645,500 USD
Usage
2,035 Hours
In Elpaso, Texas, US
Stock # 447505
MLS # 9000338
Caterpillar 615CII Scraper
$185,000 USD
Usage
6,054 Hours
In Aurora, Colorado, US
Stock # 447782
MLS # 9114109
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$590,900 USD
Usage
3,475 Hours
In Williston, North Dakota, US
Stock # 16G00514
MLS # 8854009
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$800,000 USD
Usage
3,070 Hours
In Aurora, Colorado, US
Stock # 437588
MLS # 8846718
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$569,800 USD
Usage
2,947 Hours
In Topeka Area, Kansas, US
Listed by Foley Equipment
Stock # KGN0531
MLS # 8593617
Caterpillar 631G Scraper
$1,127,875 USD
Usage
1,506 Hours
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, US
Stock # 439066
MLS # 8846698
Caterpillar 631G Scraper
$855,000 USD
Usage
2,706 Hours
In Hayden, Colorado, US
Stock # 435350
MLS # 8719184
Caterpillar 631G Scraper
$911,553 USD
Usage
2,780 Hours
In Hayden, Colorado, US
Stock # 435341
MLS # 8719181
Caterpillar 631G Scraper
$855,000 USD
Usage
2,777 Hours
In Hayden, Colorado, US
Stock # 435342
MLS # 8719178
Caterpillar 631G Scraper
$755,000 USD
Usage
3,156 Hours
In Hobbs, New Mexico, US
Stock # 435343
MLS # 8719177
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$1,016,915 USD
Usage
2,346 Hours
In Aurora, Colorado, US
Stock # 439064
MLS # 8846657
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$1,011,325 USD
Usage
1,737 Hours
In Aurora, Colorado, US
Stock # M439062
MLS # 8809418
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$1,011,325 USD
Usage
3,051 Hours
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, US
Stock # M438544
MLS # 8809417
Caterpillar 623K Scraper
$760,000 USD
Usage
2,704 Hours
In Hobbs, New Mexico, US
Stock # 435608
MLS # 8719164
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$475,000 USD
Usage
6,399 Hours
In Windsor, Colorado, US
Stock # 439595
MLS # 8625925
Caterpillar 627H Scraper
$515,000 USD
Usage
5,680 Hours
In Durango, Colorado, US
Stock # 439596
MLS # 8625924
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$755,000 USD
Usage
3,357 Hours
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, US
Stock # 438068G
MLS # 8846588
Caterpillar 627K Scraper
$775,000 USD
Usage
2,370 Hours
In Aurora, Colorado, US
Stock # 438069G
MLS # 8846581

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Heavy equipment scrapers are designed to cut into the earth via the hopper (aka "the bowl"), which hydraulically lifts once full so that materials can be transported and ejected from the rear. No matter if you are operating a pull scraper, an elevating scrapper, or any other style, My Little Salesman offers a huge listing of tractor scrapers that can be used in mining, construction, agriculture, and any other application that involves leveling or moving large quantities of earth.

Scraper Types

In general, small and medium-sized scrapers are good for hauls of 3,000 feet or less, but size is not everything in the scraper world. You also must choose the proper type of scraper to get the job done.

  • Pull Scraper – These models have no motor and must pulled by another vehicle. They can be linked together to level out or remove topsoil, and they are good for smaller construction sites and agriculture. The average pull scraper is ideal for hauls of less than 2,000 feet.
  • Elevating Scrapers – Can load themselves without a pusher thanks to a ladder-like conveyor belt inside of the bowl that transports materials to the rear. They’re primarily used to prepare construction sites and for small agriculture jobs involving fine clay, sand, and topsoil.
  • Open Bowl Scrapers – Typically, these models require a vehicle to push from behind in order to properly load, but newer models can be self-loading. They can handle harder materials than the elevating scraper, and they usually only have a single engine, therefore using less fuel than elevating scrappers.
  • Tandem-Powered – Two engines makes these scrapers excellent for steeper sites, with higher-end models able to climb grades of up to 35 percent. They tend to get the job done faster, and the four-wheel drive lets you power through poor conditions that would stop other scrapers, but they can cost more and are more expensive to repair.