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Job-Site Favorites: The John Deere 317 And The 300 Series

chris sandler 03/22/2012 @ 11:13am Just a guy who lives in Maine, has friends, has family, and has a good time.

This blog post was originally published on 3/22/2012 on the Machinefinder.com website. The original blog post can be viewed here.


Construction sites around the country are benefiting from the use of the John Deere 300-Series Skid Steers, as these machines have helped to transform operations and ease the workload for employees who are using them. These models help the user get more done at the site, improving the reliability and efficiency of their operation.   


The John Deere 317 Skid Steer is the smallest machine available in the series, but its design still packs the necessary power to transform any job site into a work playground for its operator. The model is available with a 57-net horsepowerand 61-gross horsepower, and allows the user to accommodate a 1,7500-pound rated operating capacity and a 3,700-pound tipping load.


The machine is also more maneuverable than the larger models, allowing the user to move around the site with less trouble and making no space too small for a worker. This is combined with the power of a 4-cylinder turbocharged Tier 2-certified diesel engine for the maximum delivery of strength and torque.

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