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John Deere Ejector Scrapers

Two tire options on the updated 2010DE and 2412DE ejector scraper models allow higher productivity and less wear in harsh conditions, Deere says.

March 11, 2014

Two tire options on the updated 2010DE and 2412DE ejector scraper models allow higher productivity and less wear in harsh conditions, Deere says. The two wheels also allow quicker cycle times with less rolling resistance and drag, which can reduce costs per cubic yard. The scraper system also features less complicated hitching and attachment options, including an integrated push block, Quik Attach Hitch, and spill guard that feature fewer parts. A single, 60-millimeter hitch pin on all scrapers reduces user complexity.

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Two tire options on the updated 2010DE and 2412DE ejector scraper models allow higher productivity and less wear in harsh conditions, Deere says.

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