Better power management, more responsive steering and an increased low-speed range are some of the enhancements built into John Deere’s new C-Series II 655C and 755C crawler loaders. The new power management system allows the hydraulic response to remain high while keeping the track motion steady and delivering strong pushing power. To maintain peak engine efficiency the operator sets the maximum ground speed and electronics control the drivetrain as loads change. The steering system matches pedal movement more precisely for a broader range of control. The low-speed range was boosted from 2.8 to 4 mph, allowing you to perform most tasks using one speed setting.
Deere crawler loader ups productivity and control
August 8, 2003