John Deere Construction Machinery: A Visual Guide

January 29, 2015

Whether you’re hauling sand and gravel or removing stone and granite, John Deere has the machines needed on your job site. The John Deere construction machinery line includes everything from small excavators to large articulated dump trucks.

Of course, you can learn about these products by browsing through pages of brochures and other product material, however, we thought it would be helpful to put together a complete visual guide. This guide will offer exciting images from some of our favorite John Deere construction models. Enjoy!

John Deere Articulated Dump Trucks

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The John Deere 460E Articulated Dump Truck has a powerful 13.5L Interim Tier 4 certified engine, exclusive downhill-descent control, swing-out fans and coolers, and adaptive suspension control system.

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The 300D-II Articulated Dump Truck incorporates a 9.0L Interim Tier 4 certified engine, planetary PowerShift transmission, high-pressure common-rail fuel injection, and onboard payload-weighing system.

John Deere Backhoe Loaders

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The John Deere 410K TC Backhoe Loader includes an Interim Tier 4-emission certified engine, limited-slip mechanical-front-wheel drive, exclusive electrohydraulic-controlled loader, and a redesigned easier-to-clean cooling package.

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The 710K Backhoe Loader is a powerful and productive peice of John Deere construction machinery, with an Interim Tier 4-emission certified engine, more efficient HVAC system, convenient sealed-switch module, and a redesigned easier-to-clean cooling package.

John Deere Compact Track Loaders

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The John Deere 333E Compact Track Loader has an Interim Tier 4-emission certified engine, while delivering 10-percent more horsepower than its predecessor, best-in-class bucket breakout forces and pushing power, and 10-percent more hydraulic cooling capacity.

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The 319E Compact Track Loader includes a Final Tier 4-emission certified engine, enhanced lift height to hinge pin, improved reach at truck beds, and connect-under-pressure auxiliary couplers.

John Deere Crawler Dozers

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The 1050K Crawler Dozer is an extremely powerful John Deere construction machine. With a 13.5L Final Tier 4 certified engine, dual-path hydrostatic transmission, eco mode (reducing fuel consumption by up to 25%), and Total Machine Control.

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The 550K Crawler Dozer incorpoates an efficient 4.5L Interim Tier 4 certified engine, hydrostatic drivetrain with Total Machine Control, heavy-duty Deere Dura-Trax undercarriage and, we can’t forget, the JDLink Ultimate.

John Deere Crawler Loaders

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The John Deere 755K Crawler Loader also has several useful features, including John Deere PowerTech PVX 6.8L Interim Tier 4 engine, exclusive Quad-Cool with hydraulically driven fan cools-on-demand, Total Machine Control and dual-path hydrostatics with power management.

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Next up, the 605K Crawler Loader, featuring John Deere PowerTech PWX 4.5L Interim Tier 4 engine, with exclusive Quad-Cool and hydraulically driven fan cools-on-demand, exclusive sealed-switch module with finger-tip control, and dual-path hydrostatics with power management.

John Deere Excavators

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This John Deere construction 850D LC Excavator incorporates a Tier 3 emission-certified engine, cool-on-demand with standard reverser, powerwise III hydraulic system, and optional 10m reach boom.

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Last, but not least, is the John Deere 350G LC Excavator. This powerful and productive machine includes Final Tier 4-certified diesel, Powerwise III management system, cool-on-demand hydraulically driven and reinforced D-channel mainframe.

We hope that you found this John Deere construction machinery visual guide helpful and exciting! If we left out any of your favorite Deere construction equipment, feel free to comment below with other suggestions. If you enjoyed this post or want to read others, feel free to connect with us on Facebookor Google+!