John Deere has revealed the new 1910G Forwarder, which will be the largest forwarder the company has offered to date. The machine comes with a Final Tier 4 200kW/268 horsepower engine, with an increased output of 7.5 percent, compared to previous models. It also provides 21 percent more torque than older models of forwarders, making it one of the most powerful, efficient options on the market.
"The G-Series Forwarder line provides our customers with the machines they need to tackle each workday, regardless of the conditions they may face,” said Niko Solopuro, product marketing manager of WCTL Forwarders and Automation. “With our 1910G machines, operators are able to handle even larger loads. Additionally, we maintained the features of the G-Series lines that our customers appreciate—including the improved operator station and configurable joystick controls—to develop a machine that customers enjoy while also boosting operator productivity."
The 1910G Forwarder also comes with a larger load capacity than previous models, and the CF8 boom moves more smoothly for the utmost accuracy while in use. Operators have the advantage of Intelligent Boom Control, which can be maneuvered with a configurable joystick for seamless use.
The TimberMatic™ F-16 control system of the 1910G Forwarder gives operators insight into the machine while it’s in use, and owners can choose from two cab options – fixed or rotating and leveling – for even more customization.
For more insight into the features of the 1910G Forwarder or its features, contact your local John Deere dealer or visit www.deere.com/forwarders.