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John Deere 450K Crawler Dozer

The 450K crawler dozer has an 80-horsepower John Deere diesel engine

January 25, 2017

The 450K crawler dozer has an 80-horsepower John Deere diesel engine and offers more torque and drawbar pull than the 70-horsepower 450J. EcoMode regulates rpm and the hydrostatic transmission in order to consume 20 percent less fuel than the predecessor model. With Total Machine Control, the operator can customize control of decelerator mode and response, forward/reverse ground speed, steering modulation, forward/reverse speed ratios, and record machine usage.

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