Motor Graders

John Deere’s motor graders deliver unsurpassed performance in grading on account of their superior control, power, ease-of-operation, traction and comfort. A host of sophisticated features, such as load-sensing hydraulics, differential lock and a patented EBS transmission ensure John Deere’s motor graders emerge as a leader in their field.

 

SIX-WHEEL DRIVE STEERING COMPENSATION

Steering compensation is an integral part of the six-wheel drive system. With this feature, the machine can pull through turns easier and has a decreased turning radius. It is fully automatic and does not require any input from the operator. It uses the front steering angle sensor and the rear steering angle sensor to calculate how fast the outside front wheel should turn.

Six Wheel Steering
 

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To enquire about your Motor Grader option, please contact us here.

 

"ANTLER RACK" OR FINGERTIP CONTROLS, IT’S YOUR CHOICE.

Choose the operating system that works for you – fingertip armrest or low-effort mechanical controls. Either way, levers are arranged in the familiar industry-standard pattern, and deliver smooth, predictable response. You wont have to relearn the controls or be concerned about unintentionally actuating hydraulic functions when turning, backing up, working on a slope or simply adjusting in the seat.

You decide how you want the machine controls.

 
Antler Rack or Fingertip Controls
 

WE DIDN’T REINVENT THE WHEEL. WE JUST GAVE YOU ONE.

When we asked the experts — our customers — if they wanted a wheel or lever steering, they answered with a resounding “yes.” Yes, when grading, they like lever steering, and yes, when roading the machine, they like a steering wheel. So we give them a steering wheel on all models that come off the line at our Davenport, Iowa, plant, and if they select the GP option, they get lever steering as well.

 
Wheel or Lever Steering
 

AUTOMATED CROSS-SLOPE

Maintaining a consistent slope is one of the hardest tasks to perform with a motor grader. The integrated cross slope feature takes some of the manual effort out by automatically controlling one side of the blade. The operator can set the desired slope in the monitor and choose which side of the blade to control using buttons on the fingertip control levers. The cross slope system will then maintain that slope by automatically adjusting one side of the blade while the operator controls the other.

 
Automated Cross Slope