To provide more output and better satisfy customer needs, John Deere announced that it is updating its E-Series Knuckleboom Loaders. The 2019 337E and 437E models will feature up to an eight percent boost in fuel economy. In turn, this maximizes output without sacrificing power.
The updated 337E and 437E models still retain all of the same features as they did when they were initially launched. Each model has a Final Tier 4 engine, and offer increased swing torque and boom lift compared to their predecessors. Improved serviceability tops off these machines, with a ground-level oil drain and filter change, optional electric refill pump, and a smaller, 35-gallon hydraulic oil reservoir.
"This update to our E-Series machines allows us to provide an even better solution to our customers, combining power with fuel economy, positively impacting their bottom lines," said Brandon O'Neal, product marketing manager, John Deere Construction and Forestry. "We understand that in the challenging forestry industry, every dollar and minute matters. With this update, we are able to reduce fuel costs while still providing the productivity customers expect from a John Deere machine.
All of the knuckleboom loaders from John Deere also come standard with JDLink telematics. This allows owners and operators to streamline connectivity and keep a close eye on diagnostics when their machines are in use.
For more information about the 337E, 437E or any of the other forestry machines from Deere, visit a local John Deere or www.johndeere.com.