Want a skid steer that’s more productive? Get a John Deere D series. Optimal weight distribution, low center of gravity, high ground clearance, and long wheelbase deliver superior stability. But getting there is only half the battle. These skid steers also excel at putting material in its place. Their patented vertical-lift boom rises to the occasion, delivering exceptional lift height and reach. So you can do more, with less effort.
NOTHING RUNS LIKE A DEERE BECAUSE NOTHING IS BUILT LIKE ONE. You work long and hard — and John Deere designed the D-Series to do the same. To boost up-time, we combined proven John Deere skid steer reliability and durability features with numerous advances such as an innovative V-plenum cooling system with hydraulically driven fan. Electronic-ignition PowerTech E engines. Heavier-duty power Quik-Tatch. And beefier booms, upper links, and integrated rear bumpers, to list just a few. When you know how they’re built, you’ll run a Deere.
This machine is equipped like:
JOHN DEERE 318D SKID STEER LOADER
- 2012 MODEL
- LEC# 1526
- 1500 HOURS
- LEC REFURBISHED UNIT
- ENCLOSED CAB
- AUXILIARY PLUMBING
- STANDARD FLOW HYDRAULICS
- SOLID TIRES (REPLACED 10X16.5) IN NARROW POSITION
- SMOOTH EDGE BUCKET
- MANUAL UNIVERSAL COUPLER - USES BOBCAT ATTACHMENTS
REFURBISHED UNIT: (THE FOLLOWING WAS DONE TO THIS MACHINE)
- CHEMICALLY CLEANED
- REPAIRS MADE
- COMPLETE SERVICE – ALL FLUIDS AND FILTERS
- SANDBLASTED / SANDED
- EPOXY PRIMER
- PRIMIUM PAINT
- OEM DECALS INSTALLED (INCLUDING SAFETY DECALS)
Like they say "NOTHING RUNS LIKE A DEERE".When looking for a used skid steer loader John Deere is defiantly one of the loaders to look at.
WHAT I LIKE - Great power and performance! This machine digs and pushes with the best. The cab has a lot of room so the machine is comfortable for a big guy. This unit has the solid tires that I am a fan of because I can't stand flat tires. The solid rubber tire also acts as a counter weight to improve performance.
WHAT I DON'T LIKE - The hydraulics are full of power but they are jumpy compared to a Bobcat loader. The newer "Interim 4" and "Tier 4" engines are for a lack of a better term - "delicate". The engines don't like cold weather, dirty fuel or clogged air filters. You will find these problems on any of the newer machines with the Tier 4 engines. Its is not the end of the world but be prepared to do proper maintenance.