Construction

Get the Most Out of Your John Deere L-Series Mid-Size Wheel Loader

October 22, 2019

If you invest in one of the John Deere L-Series Mid-Size Wheel Loaders, you’ll want to take the extra time to maintain your machine to keep it in working order for years to come. With this in mind, there are a few steps you can take to ensure that everything runs smoothly on a regular basis.

Located in the engine compartment is the periodic maintenance decal. Here, you’ll find everything listed from fluid types to fluid locations. Daily checks should always include the transmission oil level in the articulation joint, engine oil level in the engine compartment, hydraulic oil level, and coolant reservoir. These daily checks can be performed safely from the left side of the wheel loader.

How John Deere Helps Keeps Costs Down at MCL Construction

October 15, 2019

MCL Construction, originally founded by homebuilder Matt Lovell, seemingly had overnight success. However, Lovell is convinced that his custom home-building company wouldn’t be where it is today without his background, expertise, and a few good Deere machines.

When starting out in the home-building business about seven years ago, Lovell he knew what it meant to operate a company, thanks to his experience in the bricklaying industry. At 25, he was already bricklaying for a contractor who worked on 40 to 60 houses a year. Once this business took off, Lovell started acquiring compact machines to dig footings and do other underground work. First, he built a home for himself, then he built and sold another. It was the beginning of a new business.

Taking a Closer Look at the New John Deere L-Series Wheel Loaders

August 28, 2019

When you need a tough piece of equipment for a demanding worksite, you know you can count on John Deere to come through. The company has rolled out its new Production Class L-Series wheel loaders for customers who want more power and comfort on the job. The 744L, 824L, and 844L are all equipped with roomier cabs, electrohydraulic (EH) controls, and an improved HVAC system.

Exploring the Capabilities of the John Deere 344L High-Lift

August 13, 2019

John Deere has introduced a new high-lift option on the 344L Compact Wheel Loader for customers who need a little more dump clearance and increased hinge pin height. The 344L High-Lift now offers further reach for dumping, stacking, ag material handling, general construction or landscaping, and snow removal tasks.

The high-lift option has a maximum hinge pin height of 13 feet 2 inches, which is about a foot more than the standard 344L.

Breaking Down Features of the John Deere 850L Dozer

July 3, 2019

To meet the growing demands of Deere customers, the company has rolled out the John Deere 850L Dozer for more productivity, reliability, and durability on the job. This dozer features customer-inspired updates, such as a larger displacement engine and increased operating weight.

“Our K-Series dozers are a favorite with customers, and thanks to their ongoing feedback, the next generation of Deere dozers are our strongest, most durable and productive yet,” said Nathan Horstman, crawler product marketing manager, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The 850L combines muscle, efficiency and balance for impressive new levels of performance. Coupled with an extraordinary focus on reliability and uptime, you have the winning combination our customers are asking for.”

Examining the Benefits of John Deere WorkSight

June 11, 2019

John Deere has rolled out a new solution, John Deere WorkSight, in order to bring together machines, technology, and dealers to make tasks easier for customers. With John Deere WorkSight, users can ensure that they are always making the most of their machinery on the job.

Let’s take a look at some of the features of this solution, as well as how it helps customers out in the field.

Track Alignment Tips for John Deere S700 Combines

May 29, 2019

Track alignment is something that all John Deere S700 combine owners need to concern themselves with as soon as they purchase the equipment. Proper track alignment is not only necessary to ensure that the piece operates efficiently but to maximize the lifespan of the machine in its entirety.

Track alignment is also required to reduce the wear of the track belt drive lugs. The adjustment procedure consists of verifying the drive lug temperature and movement. Let’s take a look at the tips you can take into account to prep your John Deere S700 combine for track alignment.

Enjoying Increased Versatility with John Deere Backhoe Attachments

May 22, 2019

John Deere has just announced that it is revealing a slew of new backhoe attachments for customers handling light construction, agriculture, landscaping, or utility work. The BH9B, BH10B, and BH11B can all be used with the John Deere G-Series skid steers and compact track loaders, and they are available now.

“With the growing need for work in compact spaces, these new backhoe attachments provide contractors, landscapers and agricultural material handlers with the power and variety to tackle any job efficiently and swiftly,” said Jason Simmons, attachments engineering supervisor, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The new lineup of backhoe attachments is designed to provide power with improved hydraulics and sleek design to operators working across different job sites and applications.”

Taking a Closer Look at John Deere’s Environmental Impact

May 14, 2019

When it comes to the environment, John Deere takes its responsibility seriously. The company, which has equipment for everything ranging from agriculture to construction tasks, has developed a series of goals to ensure that it is always doing its part to help the planet.

Let’s take a look at John Deere’s environmental goals, how it follows through with its objectives, and what it does to ensure that its equipment is not having a negative impact on the planet.

Stand Up to Any Task with a John Deere Rock and Scrap Grapple

April 16, 2019

When you’re on the hunt for the perfect John Deere equipment for clearing land, removing brush, and cleaning up a job site, you may want to consider a grapple. Scrap and rock grapples can handle a wide variety of tasks, ranging from disaster cleanup to general job site tidying.

All rock and scrap grapple models from John Deere are able to handle large loads and difficult materials. Rock grapples, in particular, have a welded-in serrated cutting edge that easily penetrates all ground conditions. Scrap grapples feature open side with bolt-on side plates, which allows for the easy grappling of material that is wider than the bucket. Additionally, a predrilled lip makes it simple to add a bolt-on replaceable cutting edge for longer wear life.