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1. Thick-plate single-sheet mainframe, box-section track frames, and industry-exclusive double-seal swing bearings deliver rock-solid durability.

2. Rigid, reinforced D-channel side frames provide maximum cab and component protection.

3. With strutted links and large idlers and rollers, the sealed and lubricated heavy-duty undercarriage delivers long and reliable performance.

4. Highly efficient, heavy-duty cooling system keeps things cool, even in tough environments or high altitudes.

Nothing runs like a Deere,

because nothing is built like one.

Chances are, you’ve got plenty of people, equipment, and other resources relying on your excavators. And you can depend on our G-Series to deliver. Both 670G LC and 870G LC employ many of the same job-proven digging structures and hydraulic, electrical, and undercarriage components as their highly regarded D-Series predecessors. You’ll also continue to profit from durability-enhancing “extras” such as welded boom bulkheads, reinforced D-channel side frames, heavy-duty cooling systems, and extended service intervals. When you know how they’re built, you’ll run a Deere.

Our IT4/Stage IIIB technology is simple, fuel efficient, fully integrated, and fully supported. It employs field-proven cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) for reducing NO x , and a diesel particulate filter and a diesel oxidation catalyst to reduce particulate matter. Periodic active and passive regeneration automatically cleans the filter without impacting machine productivity.

A John Deere exclusive, three welded bulkheads within the boom resist torsional stress for unsurpassed durability. In fact, boom, arm, and mainframe are so tough, they’re warranted for three years or 10,000 hours.

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