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eDaily: John Deere Diesel Engines

March 14, 2008

To achieve compliance with Interim Tier 4 off-highway emissions requirements required in 2011 for engines 174 horsepower and up, John Deere Power Systems will not use selective catalytic reduction, but rather will add a diesel oxidation catalyst/diesel particulate filter unit to its Tier-3-compliant PowerTech engine to achieve the 90-percent diesel particulate reduction required. Selective catalytic reduction, says Deere, requires the vehicle be fitted with a separate tank, a urea injection system and a legislatively-required tamper-proof diagnostic system. For the required 50-percent reduction in oxides of nitrogen, Deere will increase the percentage of cooled exhaust gas recirculation.

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The PF45 and PF60 severe-duty pallet forks work with John Deere G Series skid steers as well as G and E Series CTLs.

Two severe-duty pallet forks (PF45 and PF60) are optimized to work with John Deere G Series skid steers as well as G and E Series CTLs, along with another pallet fork that was specifically designed for use on K Series compact wheel loaders with the skid steer-style Quik-Tatch coupler.

Newest additions to the John Deere G-Series motor grader line are the 620G/GP and 622G/GP

The 620G/GP and 622G/GP use a Tier 4-Final John Deere 6.8-liter engine

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