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John Deere's new hardened beaver tooth option utilizes bevelled feature at each tip

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John Deere's one-piece hardened beaver saw tooth John Deere

Expanding the portfolio of aftermarket forestry saw teeth options for its operators, John Deere has introduced the one-piece hardened beaver saw tooth for John Deere wheeled and tracked feller bunchers. The new beaver saw tooth design utilizes a bevelled feature at each tooth tip which helps improve tooth durability while striking materials other than wood. Not only does this extend the life of the tooth but, also helps increase productivity in rocky conditions where a carbide tooth would not be advisable.

"Our saw teeth models have been rigorously tested on real logging job sites, helping us deliver ideal solutions made to tackle any forestry application head-on," said William Borrenpohl, aftermarket product manager at John Deere. "This remains the case for our new beaver saw tooth option, which was strategically designed to offer increased durability in the woods."

As the latest addition to the John Deere saw tooth lineup, the beaver saw tooth is one of four options available to users and can be purchased in boxes of 18 or 20 teeth. Designed to be durable while lowering operating costs, the full line of John Deere saw teeth for wheeled and tracked feller bunchers are made to support daily logging operations and applications. 

Users interested in exploring the full line-up of John Deere saw teeth can work with a local dealer, who can recommend the right saw teeth for the logging operation.

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One John Deere Place
Moline, IL
US, 61265


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