John Deere has added new attachments to its Worksite Pro™ lineup to cater to winter weather.
The John Deere Snow Utility V-Blades are the latest attachments designed to provide more versatility for workers performing work on roads, trails and job sites. With the new blades, removing snow is also faster and easier for operators.
The BV6, BV8 and BV9 blades all come with four hydraulic angling positions for moving snow or dirt. They also feature an electrohydraulic valve for independent blade function.
"As many landscapers and contractors can tell you, winter weather doesn't mean you have to close up shop," said Gregg Zupancic, product marketing manager for John Deere Construction & Forestry. "Winter attachments, like the Snow Utility V-Blades, are great additions to make the most of your compact equipment investment year-round and expand your business through diversification."
The John Deere Snow Utility V-Blades are designed for durability as well. They come with trip springs, which protect the machine from sudden impacts with unseen obstacles. The blades can also be locked out for light grading and dirt work. Maneuvering around delicate environments is also a breeze, as the blades have rubber cutting edges to prevent damage on decorative surfaces.