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John Deere SSL and CTL Attachments

By Adam Freill   

Asphalt Construction Equipment

(Photo courtesy of John Deere)

When John Deere recently rolled out its latest P-Tier Skid Steer Loader (SSL) and Compact Track Loader (CTL) models, the company also debuted Quick-Tatch system updates and three new attachment offerings.

The full overhaul of the John Deere Quik-Tatch coupler is aimed at less downtime while making it easy for customers to switch back and forth between attachments, and the company’s CP40G cold planer and MK76 and MH72D mulching heads have entered the market as additions to its list of more than 100 attachment offerings.

The CP40G cold planer, powered by Wirtgen Group milling machine and cutting technology, provides intuitive in-cab controls, including tilt float activation for seamless pass matching across rolling terrain. The rugged model can slide horizontally from left to right for control and is designed for easy pick replacement to boost uptime. Visible indicators for side plate depth, tilt angle and milling drum cut boundary ensure jobsite accuracy, says the manufacturer, while an optional pressure gauge aids in monitoring milling performance. Additionally, the optional water tank mounts within the cold planer frame to provide convenient filling and the nozzle kit effectively suppresses dust. The model is compatible with John Deere’s new 333, 334 and 335 P-Tier machines.

The MK76 and MH72D mulching heads are also designed to work with the 333, 334 and 335 P-Tier models, with application for land clearing needs in stringy, fibrous, dense, and fast-growing cycles. Designed to tackle clearing applications, the optimized knife style head on the MK76 is ideal for fibrous vegetation, says the company.




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