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John Deere

The new 724J, 744J and 824J wheel loaders are built to deliver optimal performance for their bucket size, Deere says, resulting in faster...

July 01, 2003


John Deere
The new 724J, 744J and 824J wheel loaders are built to deliver optimal performance for their bucket size, Deere says, resulting in faster cycle times and lower operating costs. Bucket sizes are 4.75, 5.25, 5.75 or 6.20 cubic yards; bucket breakouts are between 31,742 and 43,228 pounds. All units feature PCLS excavator-style hydraulics, two-lever fingertip controls, ergonomic cab and easy maintenance. Also, the dash can be programmed to allow the operator to view operating information, customize functions, and display diagnostic codes.

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