John Deere offers larger reduced swing excavator

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.
March 9, 2017
John Deere The 345G
The 345G offers increased capacity with compact dimensions
257 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.
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