920 Compact Wheel Loader

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The Cat® 920 Compact Wheel Loader features a C3.6 engine, the Cat Optimized Z-bar Loader linkage, various work tools, a state-of-the-art electro-hydraulic system, a tuned drivetrain, a cab with all-around visibility, extended service intervals and excellent service access, and standard fuel savings features.


Maximum Gross Power
121 HP
Rated Net Power - Rated Engine Speed
2200 r/min
Maximum Gross Power - Rated Engine Speed
2200 r/min
Rated Net Power - SAE J1349
120 HP
Maximum Gross Power - ISO 14396 (metric)
122 HP
Rated Net Power - ISO 9249
118 HP
Maximum Gross Torque - SAE J1995
372 ft·lbf
Maximum Gross Torque - ISO 14396
369 ft·lbf
Maximum Net Torque - SAE J1349
366 ft·lbf
Maximum Net Torque - ISO 9249
363 ft·lbf
220 in³
3.85 in
4.72 in
Engine Model
Cat C3.6
Engine meets Tier 4 Final/Stage V emission standards.
Net power advertised is the power available at the flywheel plus front drive implement pump when the engine is equipped with fan, air cleaner, muffler and alternator.
Maximum Gross Power - ISO 14396
121 HP


Operating Weight
21742 lb


Bucket Capacities
1.3-1.9 m3 (1.7-2.5 yd3)
Bucket Capacities - General Purpose
1.3-1.9 m³ (1.7-2.5 yd³)
Bucket Capacities - Light Material
2.5-3.5 m³ (3.3-4.6 yd³)

Service Refill Capacities

0.8 gal (US)
Engine Crankcase
2.6 gal (US)
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank
4.8 gal (US)
Axles - Rear
4.5 gal (US)
Cooling System
5.7 gal (US)
Hydraulic System - Including Tank
25.9 gal (US)
Axles - Front
4.5 gal (US)
Fuel Tank
43.6 gal (US)
Hydraulic Tank
14.5 gal (US)
DEF used in Cat Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) systems must meet the requirements outlined in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 22241-1.


ISO 3471:2008
ISO 3449:2005
Note (3)
The labelled sound power level for the CE marked configurations when measured according to the test procedure and conditions specified in 2000/14/EC (as amended by 2005/88/EC) is 103 dB(A).
Note (2)
The declared dynamic operator sound pressure levels per ISO 6396:2008*, when the cab is properly installed and maintained, is 77 dB(A).
Note (1)
Cab and Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) are standard in North America and Europe.
Note (4)
*The measurements were conducted with the cab doors and windows closed.


Maximum Working Pressure - Steering Pump
3190 psi
Steering Cycle Times - Full Left to Full Right - At 2,350 rpm: 90 rpm Steering Wheel Speed
2.3 s
Steering Articulation Angle - Each Direction
40 °
Number of Steering Wheel Turns - Full Left to Full Right or Full Right to Full Left
3.4 turns
Maximum Flow - Steering Pump
21.7 gal/min

Loader Hydraulic System

Relief Pressure - Tilt Cylinder
4641 psi
Maximum Flow - Implement Pump - 3rd Function, Maximum Flow, Standard
25 gal/min
Maximum Flow - Implement Pump
43.6 gal/min
Relief Pressure - Tilt Cylinder - 4th Function Relief Pressure
4641 psi
Hydraulic Cycle Time - Float Down, Maximum Lift to Ground Level
2.7 s
All cycle times listed are with cylinder snubbing turned off.
Maximum Working Pressure - Implement Pump
4061 psi
Hydraulic Cycle Time - Total Cycle Time
11.5 s
Hydraulic Cycle Time - Rackback
2.2 s
Maximum Flow - Implement Pump - 4rd Function, Maximum Flow
25 gal/min
Hydraulic Cycle Time - Dump, at Maximum Reach
1.8 s
Hydraulic Cycle Time - Raise, Ground Level to Maximum Lift
4.8 s
Maximum Flow - Implement Pump - 3rd Function, Maximum Flow, High
40 gal/min


*Creeper Control allows speed control from a stand still up to 10 km/h (6.3 mph). The Creeper Control will only work in Range 1.
Forward and Reverse - Speed Range 3
25 mile/h
Forward and Reverse - Speed Range 2*
12.5 mile/h
Forward and Reverse - Speed Range 1*
6.3 mile/h


Oscillating ±11 degrees; Locking differential (standard)
Fixed; Locking differential (standard)


Other Choices Include
17.5 R25 L3 XHA2; 20.5 R25 L3 XHA3; 17.5-25 L2/L3 SGL; 20.5-25 L2/L3 SGL; 17.5-25 L3 HRL D/L-3A; 17.5 R25 L2 Snow; 20.5 R25 L2 Snow; 17.5 R25 Solid
Standard Size
17.5 R25 L2 XTLA
Note (1)
Other tire choices are available. Contact your Cat dealer for details.
Note (3)
Caterpillar recommends that you consult a tire supplier to evaluate all conditions before selecting a tire model.
Note (2)
In certain applications, the loader’s productive capabilities may exceed the tire’s tonnes-km/h (ton-mph) capabilities.