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Year :
2021
Condition :
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Model Number :
440R

JOHN DEERE 440RFRONT END LOADER FOR TRACTORS

John Deere offers a full-line of front end loaders for sub-compact, compact, utility and row crop tractors.

FEATURES
Compatible with 4R Series Tractors and older 4 Series Tractors of similar size
Quik-Park loader mounting system for fast, easy attachment and removal
Quik-Change attachment carrier makes switching from chore to chore a snap
Optional skid steer attachment carrier

QUIK-PARK LOADER MOUNTING SYSTEM
The 440R Loader is designed for easy removal and mounting to and from the tractor without tools.
The parking stand, attached to the front frame of the tractor, is an integral part of the loader during loader operation.
The parking stand lowers into position by moving the joystick to the raised position once the latches are opened. This allows the loader to move to the park position.

QUIK-CHANGE ATTACHMENT CARRIER
The skid steer attachment carrier is installed in place of the standard John Deere attachment carrier and allows for the use of skid steer attachments on the 440R, H180, H160, and H165 Loaders.
Skid steer attachments are available through Worksite Pro attachments.

LOADER SUSPENSION SYSTEM (LSS) TO ENHANCE THE RIDE
An enhancement to the loader is the suspension system. A great level of loader productivity is achieved with the LSS.
An accumulator charged with nitrogen and connected to the head-end lift cylinder hose through a T-fitting provides shock absorption
The cylinders move in and out to allow the boom to float

PERFORMANCE
Bales can be transported more efficiently from one end of the field to the other over frozen, hard-packed, or rutted terrain.
Pallets can be moved easily without sustaining cargo damage
Pallets of seed or fertilizer can be carried across a yard without a bag spilling and creating a costly mess
A properly-ballasted tractor with LSS has increased stability, creating a smoother ride for the operator

COST OF OWNERSHIP
Extended life of loader pins and bushings
Less stress on tractor axle

REASONS FOR TURNING LSS OFF INCLUDE:
Digging applications - with LSS on, the cylinders retract slightly, losing lifting power
Holding a grade when blading - with LSS on, it is difficult to hold a constant grade
Precise pallet and bale handling - with LSS on, the load moves up and down slightly while being positioned
Parking a loader - with LSS on, when down pressure is applied, the lift cylinders retract slightly, making it more difficult to park

The switch is conveniently located in the operator station to avoid having to exit the tractor seat to manually move the handle on the LSS.

LSS can also be ordered with a manual shutoff. Depending on the tractor/loader model, the accumulator is located in different places. On the 440R, the accumulator is mounted outside the bottom of the mounting frame. On the 5 Series Tractors, the accumulator is mounted near the inside of the rear right wheel. On 6 Series tractors and larger, it is mounted in between the hydraulic connection and the mounting frame.

Similar models may be shown in addition to the featured model. Equipment may be shown with options. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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