A John Deere 334 P-Tier skid steer with a large cold planer attachment on the front parked on a lot.

There's no versatility shortage when it comes to John Deere construction equipment. And with more than 100 John Deere attachment models, finding the perfect fit for your application is simple.

Four cold planer models are the newest additions to our attachments line. We've paired our proven expertise in compact construction equipment with Wirtgen Group, the market leader in milling machines and cutting technology, to deliver this new lineup of cold planers.

What makes John Deere cold planers a top choice?

Cold planers are ideal for a variety of applications:

  • Repairing streets
  • Leveling uneven pavement
  • Cutting drainage in parking lots
  • Cleaning around larger milling machines

John Deere cold planers are inspired by customers like you. We offer several compact cold planers to fit your work. Explore overview specs for the models below:

  • CP18G
  • CP24G
  • CP30G
  • CP40G

Not sure which model is the best fit for your work? Find more details in our Compact Equipment Attachments brochure or visit your local John Deere dealer.

A John Deere 334 P-Tier skid steer loader with a cold planer attachment is in motion at a construction site.

What are some features and benefits of John Deere cold planers?

John Deere cold planers are designed to provide you with a variety of advantages on your jobsite.

  • With our universal, self-cleaning Quik-Tatch™ system, you can quickly switch from one type of attachment to another.
  • These rugged models can slide horizontally from left to right for ultra-capable control.
  • Our exclusive Tilt-Float/Tilt-Lock feature makes these cold planers ideal for everything from repairing parking lots to cleaning around large milling machines.
  • The standard tilt indicator in the middle of the cold planer — and the stationary depth-indicator arrows and red-marker indicators on both sides of the attachment — increase performance around obstacles like manhole covers.
  • An outstanding zero-edge measurement of 5 centimetres (2 inches) enables precision milling next to curbs and guardrails.
  • Side plates made of wear-resistant skid material pivot to follow the ground profile.
  • The impact-resistant front spillage guard is automated to lift and lower based on the depth setting, reducing spillage of milled asphalt and simplifying jobsite cleanup.
  • An optional pressure gauge displays power consumption in real time to prevent stalling and loss of productivity.
  • An optional frame integrated water tank and optional work lights can contribute to increased productivity.

What else makes John Deere cold planers a smart solution for your work?

Our cold planers are optimized to work with John Deere skid steer loaders and compact track loaders. They're also compatible with many competitive models.

Pairing the right attachment with the right equipment is just one step toward getting your work done efficiently. Our unmatched dealer support provides you with the hustle of experienced technicians, parts when you need them, time-saving tools, and more. Making the most of our world-class dealer network is one of the easiest ways to decrease costs, increase uptime, and stay on top of your operation.

Ready to add John Deere cold planers to your fleet? Contact your local John Deere dealer for details today.

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