The U7 heavy-duty undercarriage is 11 inches longer and 5,000 pounds heavier than the 753J's standard undercarriage, which creates a larger footprint that further enhances stability for climbing or cutting in rugged terrain.
MOLINE, Illinois (June 14, 2011) — John Deere is offering loggers a new way to boost productivity with the introduction of the optional U7 heavy-duty undercarriage for its 753J Tracked Feller Buncher. By providing increased stability in rugged terrain, this new option adds to the 753J's ability to get more work done quickly.
"At the forefront of all loggers' minds is continually finding new ways to be more productive," said Elliott Little, product marketing manager, John Deere Feller Bunchers. "In the Northeast especially, that often means working more efficiently in hilly, rocky terrain. This longer, tougher undercarriage is designed to meet that challenge."
The U7 heavy-duty undercarriage is 11 inches longer and 5,000 pounds heavier than the 753J's standard undercarriage, which creates a larger footprint that further enhances stability for climbing or cutting in rugged terrain. Stability enhancement allows the feller buncher to work more quickly because it can reach farther without repositioning, which enables the operator to pick up larger loads. The larger, heavier undercarriage also features larger components for increased durability. And service access to the rollers is easier, based on a new design that places them closer to the ends rather than the center of the undercarriage.
With their large cutting swaths, advanced hydraulic systems and cabs designed for maximum operator productivity, John Deere's compact J-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers are ideal choices for tight or steep-sloped logging. These new options enhance J-Series benefits to maximize logger productivity.
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