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John Deere 313 and 315 Skid Steers
February 4, 2008

The John Deere 313 and 315 skid steers feature the same unified design continue the 300 Series advantages of stability, visibility and serviceability. These two models are compact and maneuverable, yet powerful with rated operating capacities of 1,300 and 1,500 pounds. They feature industry leading 45 hp engines that are certified to EPA Interim Tier 4 emissions levels, as well as electronic controls for superior idle stability, cold start performance and transient response. Features like 10 x 16.5 inch tires for traction and flotation, heavy-duty drive chains that never need adjusting, and best-in-class visibility provide outstanding safety while operating in tight spaces. Key market segments for the 313 and 315 include building and site development, landscaping, underground, road building and agricultural applications. These new models have standard machine widths of 59 inches (a key width for working in the tightest areas like confined back yards or moving snow on sidewalks.) If desired they can be reduced to just 56 inches with available 7 x 15 inch tires.