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John Deere

John Deere has developed a patented new loader linkage, called "Powerllel linkage," as an option for its 444J, 544J and 624J wheel loaders.

February 01, 2005

John Deere has developed a patented new loader linkage, called "Powerllel linkage," as an option for its 444J, 544J and 624J wheel loaders. The new system, which can use a coupler or pin-on attachments, provides parallel-lift capability and uses a "floating bellcrank" that transmits working forces away from the linkage and into the loader frame. According to Deere, the new linkage delivers high breakout forces throughout the lift path, allowing it to work effectively with bucket or forks.

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