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John Deere introduces E-Series to North America

John Deere has introduced its E-Series forest machines to North America, following its initial launch in Europe. The E-Series is the latest development in Deere's line of wheeled harvesters and forwarders, all designed with stronger frames than their predecessors and equipped with rotating and leveling cabs. The four models in the E-Series Harvester family include the 1070E, 1170E, 1270E and the 1470E. The 1070E is available in a four-wheel or a six-wheel version. New generation harvester heads are part of the series launch, with the H414 developed especially for the 1170E harvester, and the compact-sized H412 compatible with the 1070E and 1170E harvesters. The E-Series' six forwarders include the 810E, 1010E, 1110E, 1210E, 1510E and 1910E. The load capacity and engine power of the two biggest models have been increased.
 

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