Cat 335 and Cat 336 are the same in diameter, but Cat 336 has more face pitch. This makes it a better choice for those with deeper wheel wells, as it will flex a bit more to conform to more irregularly shaped wheel wells. I know you’re waiting for me to tell you which one is better, but the truth is, there’s really no winner. Cat 335 and Cat 336 both have good qualities that make them attractive options for all types of vehicles.

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## CAT 335 has a swing speed at 9.0 rpm while CAT 336 has 9.3 rpm

The Caterpillar 336 has a swing speed at 9.3 rpm while the CAT 335 has a swing speed at 9.0 rpm.

The Caterpillar 336 is considered a medium sized excavator that has a maximum bucket capacity of 2.9 cubic feet. It has a net power of 162 horsepower and an operating weight of 78,700 pounds, while the Caterpillar 335 is also considered a medium size excavator that has an operating weight of 78,700 pounds and a maximum bucket capacity of 1.8 cubic yards. The net power of the CAT 335 is around 160 horsepower.

## The stick of the cat 335 reachs 11 ft 8 inch while the cat 336 can reach 11 ft 10 inch

The boom of the cat 335 is made from high tensile strength steel for increased durability and less weight. The stick on both machines has a one piece design that reduces stress risers, increases service life and improves resale value.

The buckets are nearly identical on these machines. Both have a heaped capacity of 2.75 cubic yard. This is a moderate sized bucket compared to some other machines in this class. If you need more capacity, the cat 336 can be optioned with a 3 cubic yard bucket, which is not available on the 335.

What about the cab? They are very similar, but there is a noticeable difference in size between the two cabs. Because it has a longer boom and arm, the cab on the cat 336 simply has more room for operators. At 9 feet long by 6 feet wide by 7 feet tall, it provides 1616 square feet of interior space for maximum operator comfort and productivity. The cab on the cat 335 is slightly smaller at 8 feet long by 5 feet wide by 7 feet tall with 1240 square feet of interior space.

## The bucket capacity for 335 is 1.4yd3 and for 336 is 1.6yd3

I’m going to assume we’re talking about the Cat 336 excavator, since that’s the one that comes to mind for most people. However, it could be any of a number of similar large excavators.

There are many variables involved in determining actual capacity. With something as specific as this question, you’ll need to contact your local Cat dealer and get some answers from them. They can tell you what capacity bucket will work with your machine and how much material it will move in a single pass.

## For Cat 335, it weighs 65790 lbs and for Cat 336, it weighs 67540 lbs

The Cat 335 measuring approximately 41 feet long, 13 feet high and 11 feet wide, is larger than the Cat 336. The Cat 336 measures about 39 feet long, 13 feet high and 11 feet wide. The weight difference between the two models shows that the longer length of the Cat 335 helps to pack more weight behind the machine’s digging bucket.

## The engine horsepower of Cat 335 is 268 hp and that of Cat 336 is 298 hp

The largest excavator Caterpillar makes, the Cat 6090 FS, delivers 10 percent higher fuel efficiency than its predecessor, the 6080AC. The 6090 FS has a 938-horsepower engine and an operating weight of 1,134,600 pounds. The 6090 FS uses advanced hydraulics and electric drives to improve fuel efficiency.

Both machines are designed for heavy construction and infrastructure applications such as road building, site development and pipeline excavation.

## The hydraulic horse power of the Cat 335 is 247 hp and that of Cat 336 is 271 hp

Hydraulic horsepower is a common way to measure the capacity of hydraulic pumps found in excavators and other heavy equipment, but it can be measured for many types of hydraulic systems. In order to determine hydraulic horsepower, you must know both the pressure exerted by the system and the gallons per minute of oil being fed into the system.

Multiply pressure by flow rate. The formula for determining hydraulic horsepower is relatively simple: multiply the pressure at the pump outlet (measured in pounds per square inch) by the flow rate (measured in gallons per minute). This product represents how much mechanical energy is converted into fluid power every minute, which can be expressed as an equivalent amount of electrical energy or mechanical horse power.

Convert to horsepower. Hydraulic horsepower is often called “instantaneous” or “impulse” horsepower because it is a measurement of system output at a given moment rather than over a period of time. To convert this measurement to actual horse power, multiply by 0.00134 times 60 (minutes in an hour), then divide by 33,000 (foot-pounds per minute).

## Chose CAT 335 or CAT 336

CAT is a good company, I think CAT 335 and CAT 336 are both very good machines. The only difference between them is the engine and the transmission.

The 335 has a Cat C9 engine and the 336 has a Cat C9 ACERT engine. The ACERT engine is the latest technology using High Pressure Common Rail fuel injection system, advanced electronic controls and hydraulically actuated electronically controlled unit injectors.

The 335 has an HST transmission and the 336 has an HST Plus transmission with auto shift capability

In my opinion, it is better to buy CAT 336 because it will have better performance, better fuel economy and more comfortable operation.