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John Deere knuckleboom loader
 
June 14, 2010, Moline, IL – John Deere Construction & Forestry’s new Knuckleboom Loaders are bulked up over their predecessors for improved durability and performance.


June 14, 2010
By John Deere Construction & Forestry
 John Deere knuckleboom loader  
   

June 14,
2010, Moline, IL – John Deere Construction & Forestry’s new Knuckleboom
Loaders are bulked up over their predecessors for improved durability and
performance. Productivity-increasing features include the fuel-efficient John
Deere 6068 Tier 2 PowerTech engine with a high-pressure common rail electronic
fuel injection system for improved cycle times, and new Pressure Compensated Load
Sensing (PCLS) hydraulic pumps with a dedicated swing pump to deliver
responsive, efficient hydraulic power to all functions.

Other
updates to the D-Series 335D and 437D Knuckleboom Loaders include:

  • Heavy-duty
    swing bearing and pinion with taller gear teeth, reducing the torque load on
    each tooth for robust performance and unsurpassed reliability;
  • New
    improved hydraulic manifold;
  • New
    standard display monitor delivering the same information as earlier models plus
    engine diagnostic information;
  • Auto
    idle, which shifts the engine into low idle when levers haven’t been operated
    for a few seconds, conserving fuel; and
  • All
    John Deere cylinders.

John Deere
provides advanced products and services for agriculture, forestry,
construction, lawn and turf care, landscaping, and irrigation. John Deere
also provides financial services worldwide and manufactures and markets engines
used in heavy equipment. Since it was founded in 1837, the company has extended
its heritage of integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation around the
globe. John Deere Construction & Forestry produces more than 120 machine
models and distributes its construction, forestry, and worksite products
through a network of more than 1,300 dealer locations worldwide.

www.deere.com


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