Celebrating 50th skid steer anniversary, Deere to indicate historic JD24 mannequin at ConExpo 2020
John Deere’s first skid steer boasted 37 horsepower, a multidisc transmission clutch on every wheel, traveled 7 mph and had an 18-gpm auxiliary hydraulic system.
Fifty years after that JD24 Loader was produced, Deere’s skid steer line is now in its 11th iteration with the G-Collection skid steers and compact monitor loaders. To commemorate the anniversary its first skid steer, the corporate will exhibit a restored JD24 at its ConExpo sales space N12525 within the North Corridor.
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Coming into the market in 1970, the JD24’s machine body may rotate 360 levels, was 65 inches extensive and weighed as much as 4,750 kilos.
Over time, the corporate’s skid steer line has included a second Industrial Mannequin 14 skid steer, and two agricultural skid steer fashions 70/170 (1975), the 60/90/125 (1979), 75-Collection (1987), 75-Collection II (1994), 200 Collection (1998), 200 Collection II (2001), 300 Collection skid steers and compact monitor loaders (2004), D-Collection skid steers and compact monitor loaders (2009), E-Collection skid steers and compact monitor loaders (2013), and the G-Collection skid steers and compact monitor loader fashions (2016/2018).