Front End Loaders For Tractors

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The New John Deere Mechanical Self-Leveling (MSL) Loader option

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MSL Loaders

Whether you are doing loader work with a bucket or a pallet fork, with the MSL option, 1 Series, 2 Series, 3D and 3E Tractors will always be level with you. Because of the self-leveling linkage design, the technology simplifies loader work and there is a 20% to 40% increase in lift capacity (depending on loader model) at 19.7 in (500 mm) ahead of the pivot when compared to our non-self-leveling loaders.1 Get level.2

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ModelLift CapacityLift HeightNon-Self-LevelingMechanical-Self-LevelingParkable

570 lb (259 kg)

71.2 in. (1.809 m)

 

1025R: 517 lb (235 kg)

2025R: 553 lb (251 kg)

1025R: 72 in. (1.828 m)

2025R: 72 in. (1.828m)

 

1025R: 680 lb (309 kg)

2025R: 726 lb (330 kg)

1025R: 72 in. (1.828 m)

2025R: 71 in. (1.813 m)

 

803 lb (365 kg)

85 in. (2.160 m)

 

1377 lb (626 kg)

85 in. (2.160 m)

 

845 lb (384 kg)

84 in. (2.132  m)

 

1283 lb (583 kg)

84 in. (2.132 m)

 

999 lb (453 kg)

90 in. (2.284 m)

 

1,122 lb (509 kg)

82 in. (2.593 m)

 

1,760 lb (800 kg)

112 in. (2.850 m)

 

1,846-1,885 lb (839-857 kg)

109-110 in. (2.767-2.799 m)

 

2,178-2,222 lb (990-1010 kg)

109-110 in. (2.767-2.799 m)

 

ModelLift CapacityLift HeightNon-Self-LevelingMechanical-Self-LevelingParkable

NSL: 3,104-3,236 lb (1408-1468 kg)

MSL: 3,891-4,085 lb (1765-1853 kg)

NSL: 148.8-152.8 in. (3.782-3.881 m)

MSL: 148-153 in (3.759-3.886 m)

1,500-1,580 lb (682-718 kg)

112-114 in. (2.850-2.895 m)

 

NSL: 2,292 - 2,367 lb (1,039 - 1,073 kg)

MSL: 2,821 - 3,115 lb (1,280 - 1,413 kg)

NSL: 127 - 132 in. (3.234 - 3.370 m)

MSL: 127 - 132 in. (3.234 - 3.370 m)

NSL: 2,394-2,666 lb (1088-1212 kg)

MSL: 3,117.3-3,309.1 lb (1414-1501 kg)

NSL: 137-141 in. (3.482-3.571 m)

MSL: 138-141 in. (3.501-3.578 m)

3,406 lb (1545 kg)

141.85 in. (3.6 m)

ModelLift CapacityLift HeightNon-Self LevelingMechanical Self-LevelingParkable

NSL: 5,068 lb (2,299 kg)

MSL: 4,134 lb (1,875 kg)

154 in. (3.900 m)

NSL: 3,479 lb (1578 kg)

MSL: 4,289-4,306 lb (1946-1953 kg)

 

NSL: 159 in. (4.042 m)

MSL: 162 in. (4.121 m)

NSL: 3,832-3,874 lb (1738-1757 kg)

MSL: 4,736-4,826 lb (2148-2189 kg)

NSL: 163.4-169.3 in. (4.151-4.300 m)

MSL: 163.4-169.3 in. (4.151-4.300 m)

5,701 lb (2586 kg)

178 in. (4.52 m)

5,408 lb (2453 kg)

176 in. (4.48 m)

4,941 - 5,100 lb (2246 - 2318 kg)

181-188 in. (4.602-4.764 m)

 

Additional Resources

1Lift capacity values have been verified according to a testing process standard set by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers(ASABE). The increase is measured at the point where the loader is 19.7 in (500 mm) ahead of the pivot. The increase in 120R Lift Capacity was measured at 24%. The 220R lift capacity increase, 40%. The 300E lift capacity increase, 34%. Results may vary based on testing criteria and usage.

2To be absolutely level with you, there is no way a house of cards could remain balanced and upright lifted up and down on a pallet. Doesn’t change the fact that our Mechanical Self-Leveling Loader stays level from it’s lowest point to its highest. And vice versa. Now, that’s level. Refer to your John Deere Operator’s Manual for specific instructions for your Compact Utility Tractor and add ballast as recommended in your John Deere Loader Operator Manual. Shown with optional features. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol and John Deere’s green and yellow trade dress are the trademarks of Deere and Company.