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Dresser TD-40B Hogging Coal Refuse

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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The TD40 video is just great documentary please you may have done one . I may have just missed it .
Hello Justin. Watching this ol' gal pushing a full blade, made me think of something....(Not to get political, but), should send this video to Obama's twitter, with the caption "So, how's that war on coal going ???: Anyway, loving the new videos, an still enjoying the old ones. Thanks again.
Thanks for sharing the Dresser and the Fiat Allis awhile back, there's got to be an old Terex still working out there!
That’s a wide blade
Atlas copco dm 45, dml? Documentary ?
Music to my ears, glad to see a dresser doing a good job
Great machine and she still looks like she has a long life in her still. And the engine still sounds great. Older Cummins/Detroits were great sounding engines and they could run forever it seemed like.
Music to the ears. Thanks for posting
She sounds stout.! One pushing bitch
That blade looks like a heavy sum bitch.
Nice old dozer good operator
Sure like to see coal and earth materials moved for a purpose, "That's Productivity", in Action!
That ole girl sound like she is still a Runner....sounds good pushes good..could use a little edge maintenance..
I hope that skinner has top quality ear plugs in.
You do NOT need to be a computer nerd to work on this old gear just the love of being a good mechanic the old RED DOT air conditioner on the roof uses three wires to run power ,earth and clutch wire not three hundred like the new machines
Great old dozer. Not like the crap they build today. I operated aTD 25 for many years
Great machine, would run circles around a D8H.
Gosh dang, that is some power.
Ran TD s 20 and 25 in the Seabees many years ago
Still doing the job and like the straight pipe! Thanks, Pal!
We bought a D9L from a coal mine in Wyoming 12 years ago. Old School and it is so nice to work on. It is amazing because there was so little wear on some parts. But the end bits get deformed from the heat.

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.