John Deere offers skid-steer loaders with sizes ranging from mid- to large-frame. The mid-frame models have the same productivity and technologies of large-frame models, but in a more compact package and at a lower price point. All machines offer JDLink monitoring, which provides real-time data and health prognostics to suggest maintenance solutions that decrease downtime and protect against machine theft. Remote diagnostics enable a dealer to read codes, record performance data, and even update software without a trip to the job site.
The 332G large-frame skid steer works for jobs of any scale. The 100-hp 332G is powered by a smooth-running, turbocharged Tier 4 Final engine with optional electrohydraulic boom performance for shorter cycle times and speed production in repetitive boom applications. It features a 3,600-pound rated operating capacity, a spacious cab for operator comfort, and easy maintenance.
John Deere's latest compact equipment attachments
CP18E, CP24E, and CP30E cold planers
John Deere's CP18E, CP24E, and CP30E cold planers are best for contractors who work on street repairs levelling uneven pavement, texturing pavement, and cleaning around larger milling machines. These attachments are compatible with John Deere SSLs and equipment from other manufacturers.
Operators can remove the planer's side plate when working next to a curb, making it ideal for tight spaces. Operators can maneuver cold planer depth, tilt, and side shift through in-cab controls, and the attachments have a rear spoil clearance that reaches up to nine inches (299 millimetres).
A case pressure reservoir provides a visual indicator of high case pressure on the cold planers. If there is high case pressure, the reservoir fills with oil and will give an indication to shut down the system for proper maintenance.
John Deere's TC36 and TC48 trenchers
John Deere designed its TC36 and TC48 trenchers for lighter-duty construction, agricultural, and landscaping tasks.
The TC-series trenchers have several configurations to match most soil conditions or trench requirements. They come equipped with a spring-loaded trencher boom that reduces system shock. The crumber boom pulls loose soil into the trenchers, leaving a clean bottom, and an auger removes spoils from trenches.