The new John Deere 744J loader waste handler provides the highest level of power available in a Deere waste handler, as well as a full complement of features to protect the machine from the harsh environment typical of its extreme application.
Flying debris that causes overheating and extensive damage by clogging a loader's radiator isn't a concern for the 744J. The engine and cooling system are protected by an advanced screening system, including a low-profile, hood-mounted air-inlet screen, side-shield inlet screens, air-intake pre-cleaner and engine compartment rubber baffle. An optional swing-out hydraulic reversible fan provides additional protection and makes on-the-fly cleanout fast and easy. The body of the machine also is protected by an extensive guard system, ensuring that debris doesn't build up around the tires and axles. A rear tire deflector serves as an access step to the engine while also ensuring that the frame absorbs any rear impact, rather than damaging the axle.
“This machine is designed to haul ton after ton of trash in the toughest environment imaginable,” says Xenya Mucha, solid waste market manager, John Deere Worldwide Construction & Forestry Co. “Every air screen and guarding feature keeps debris out of the engine and major components.”
Verified by Xenya Mucha, solid waste market manager.
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Engine: Deere PowerTech 6125H
Max. hydraulic flow: 104 gpm
Weight: 66,637 pounds