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Each equipped with a 93-horsepower Tier-3-certified engine, John Deere’s 120D conventional and 135D reduced-tail-swing hydraulic excavators put that power to use with “pinpoint metering” via the Powerwise III engine and hydraulic management system.

November 01, 2008

John Deere 120D, 135D Crawler ExcavatorsEach equipped with a 93-horsepower Tier-3-certified engine, the new John Deere 120D conventional and 135D reduced-tail-swing hydraulic excavators put that power to use with “pinpoint metering” via the Powerwise III engine and hydraulic management system. A power recirculation system delivers efficient flow to the boom and arm, speeding multi-function operation and cycle times. Three modes can be selected to match engine rpm to operating conditions and application. The new “E” mode for light-duty work reduces fuel consumption without sacrificing productivity, and the high-power “H/P” mode increases engine rpm to boost horsepower for working through tough spots. Engine rpm automatically returns to normal mode once the resistance is overcome.

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