John Deere Releases G-Series of Large-Frame Skid steer, Compact Track Loaders

John-Deere-330G.jpgJohn Deere one of the globally known Construction, agricultural and forestry machinery makers,  releases the new G-series of large-frame skid steers Loaders 330G, 332G and compact track loaders 331G, 333G.  These machines were inspired by extensive feedback from its customers looking for more productivity, better visibility and simplified service to remain competitive in their businesses.

Company also added a host of new features to make the large-frame G-Series machines easier to run and maintain on jobs of every scale.

The biggest improvement on the large-frame G-Series is the refined vertical-lift loader boom design that rise higher, reaches farther and lifts more for quicker and easier loading. Height to hinge pin is 11 feet, enabling operators to easily load dump trucks, feed mixers, fill hoppers and everything in between. The company believes customers will also appreciate the new lift path that extends an additional six inches from the machine.

Contractors, landscapers, farmers, rental professionals and other equipment owners who understand the value of compact equipment can now expect even more power, productivity and uptime on the job with the new G-series equipment.

“Demand for compact machines that maximize productivity and uptime at low daily operating costs is growing, and John Deere is growing with it by adding powerful new options to our G-Series lineup, like the new large-frame skid steers and compact track loaders”, said Mr. Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction and Forestry.

The large frames also serve up substantially greater boom and bucket breakout forces. In fact, they have horsepower that is comparable to a small backhoe loader or crawler, and they also work comfortably in tight quarters, so operators can accomplish more with less machine. Increased rated operating capacities of up to 3,700 lbs. give these models the muscle needed to master heavy loads, coupled with a breakout force that has been increased by 40 percent to make lifting heavy loads easier, said the company in an official release.

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Increased auxiliary hydraulic flow and power on the large frames means customers can make the most of an even broader range of attachments for a wide variety of work. Universal Quik-Tatch enables you to go from bucket to forks and more in just seconds. Generous standard and optional high-flow auxiliary hydraulics also let you effortlessly run powered attachments, such as hydraulic hammers, cold planers, mulching heads and trenchers. All auxiliary hydraulic lines and wiring on new machines are now routed through the boom where they’re more protected and out of the operator’s Sightline.

The company further says another key uptime improvement on the G-Series large-frame machines is the integration of John Deere WorkSight, an exclusive suite of telematics solutions that increases uptime while lowering operating costs. At its heart, JDLink Ultimate machine monitoring provides real-time data and health prognostics to suggest maintenance solutions that decrease costly downtime. Remote diagnostics enable a dealer to read codes, record performance data and even update software without a trip to the job site.

Company made several other enhancements to these compact G-Series machines. 

Source: Information has been obtained from company’s press release

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