John Deere has introduced three upgrades to its powerful Forwarder line. The 1110G, 1210G and 1510G models feature new engines, control modules, simpler CAN busses and a streamlined electrical system.
A key feature on the G-Series models is adaptive driveline control. This is a unique control system that improves productivity. The operator selects the desired setting for the operating conditions. As a result the system automatically adjusts the engine to correspond with the engine load. Furthermore, in high-load situations the new control ensures that the diesel engine runs smoothly and uses the available maximum force efficiently.
The new G-Series models feature a 6.8L John Deere PowerTech Plus engine. The engine meets the latest Stage 4/Final Tier 4 emissions regulations. Combined with the improved powertrain, the G-Series models offer enhanced performance. The TimberMatic F-16 control systems features a configurable user interface, cruise control and inclination display.
The new software version allows service advisors to remotely access the machine, streamlining troubleshooting. New MECA control modules, simple CAN busses and a simplified electrical system improve machine efficiency.
Ideal for thinning jobs, the 1110G boasts 6.6% more power and 4.1% more force than the previous machine. Available with a short wheelbase, the rear axle on the 1110G has been moved forward by 40 cm.
Featuring 7.6% more power and 7.8% more force, the 1210G offers several load space alternative with different widths for different uses. Optional Variable Load Space (VLS) offers three special bunks with telescopic stakes that can be extended hydraulically. The headboard is able to move both horizontally and vertically, and extends with the load stakes.