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John Deere 75G, 85G Excavator Updates

The 75G and 85G excavators have been updated with a 57-horsepower Tier 4 diesel

February 14, 2017

The 75G and 85G excavators have been updated with a 57-horsepower Tier 4 diesel that uses a DPF. Hand-controlled auxiliary hydraulics enable the operator to use attachments slowly or fast, depending on the application.

Optional rubber track pads or heavy-duty rubber belts let the updated models work on paved surfaces and even cross curbs without causing damage. Numerous track-widths, bucket and other options allow contractors to customize the excavator to the way they work. The 85G brings additional maneuverability to the job site with an independent swing boom that allows contractors to work closer to curbs, around structures or in the midst of traffic.

Specifications

75G

  • Operating weight: 17,952 pounds
  • Engine: Yanmar
  • Power: 57 horsepower @2,000 rpm
  • Max dig depth: 15 ft. 1 in.
  • Bucket breakout: 10,476 lb.-ft.

85G

  • Operating weight: 19,244 pounds
  • Engine: Yanmar
  • Power: 57 horsepower @2,000 rpm
  • Max dig depth: 14 ft. 10 in.
  • Bucket breakout: 10,476 lb.-ft.

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