John Deere offers larger reduced swing excavator
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The 345G offers increased capacity with compact dimensions
John Deere has previewed a 35-40 tonne class reduced swing tracked excavator at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show in Las Vegas, that will be launched later in the year. The 345G is aimed at road building, infrastructure and site development contractors looking for a compact footprint with more lifting and digging capacity than Deere’s existing 245G.
The machine uses a three-pump hydraulic system to provide faster cycle times and increased hydraulic flow for attachments. The rear section of the upper structure has been designed with side-by-side cooling cores, to deliver maximum cooling efficiency within the reduced tailswing.