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new john deere

Discussion in 'General Industry Questions' started by noah, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. noah

    noah Member

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    Wasnt John Deere supposed to reveal a new machine in Vegas a couple of weeks ago, or I was mistaken?
     
  2. pwrstroke6john

    pwrstroke6john Well-Known Member

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    It turned out to be a joke. you can go on there site and its called jobsite talk or something.
     
  3. mitch504

    mitch504 Senior Member

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    They claim they did. They introduced a larger loader and ADT, but the new thing under the tarp was just a trailer w/ a recording studio inside. They are going to take it different places so there customers can tell them what they think. I would tell them that was a great example of empty hype.
     
  4. noah

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    Thanks fellas I was looking all around and reading reviews, but no one was saying anything. I was hoping for something really neat.
     
  5. cutting edge

    cutting edge Senior Member

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    A four wheel independent diesel electric 988 sized loader isn't neat

    how about a diesel electric 644?

    no? How about a 46 ton ADT with a Deere 13.5 liter engine?

    That doesn't do it for you?

    How about 100% deere trackloaders (no more liebeherr,than god)


    tough to please,eh?
     
  6. d9gdon

    d9gdon Senior Member

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    Whoa, don't get me started. It was new wasn't it?