John Deere's 330G and 332G skid-steer loaders and 331G and 333G compact track loaders offer improved features and flexible controls.
The vertical-lift loader boom design rises higher and lifts more with an 11-ft. hinge-pin height. The new lift path extends an additional six inches compared to previous models. G-series loaders also offer increased boom and bucket breakout forces, with horsepower that's comparable to a small backhoe or crawler and a compact size. Universal Quik-Tatch allows operators to switch between attachments in seconds.
Operators are kept comfortable with easy-acess entryway, tightly sealed swing-out door, and ample foot- and legroom, according to the company. Loaders also feature unobstructed sightlines to the bucket corners, the edge of the tires or tracks, and the job site ahead and behind. Cabs and floors are sealed and pressurized to keep out dust and excess noise. A footwell clean-out and removable cab side windows ease cleaning and debris management.
The machines are also integrated with John Deere WorkSight telematics. JDLink Ultimate machine monitoring provides real-time data and health prognostics that suggest maintenance solutions. Remote diagnostics allow a dealer to read codes, record performance data, and update software without a trip to the job site.