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DEERE 260E ARTICULATED DUMP TRUCK
DESIGNED BY DEERE. REFINED BY YOU.
To design our new 260E and 310E Articulated Dump Trucks (ADTs), we spoke with the experts equipment owners and operators just like you. Through Customer Advocate Groups (CAGs), they told us exactly what they need in an ADT. We listened and responded with ground-level serviceability. A quieter, pressurized Deere-designed cab. Standard adaptive suspension. Auto dump and hill hold that eliminate repetitive cycling motions. Onboard diagnostics that help keep the operator in the know and on the go. And smart features such as auto dump, on-the-fly auto-differential lock, tire-pressure monitoring, and onboard payload weighing. All to boost productivity and uptime, while helping to keep operating costs down.
Interaxle Differential Lock (IDL) transmits 50 percent of available torque to the forward axle and 50 percent to the two rear axles, simplifying operation. Or it can be engaged on-the-fly while slipping, for smoother navigation of tough jobsites.
Purpose-built transmission includes eight forward and four reverse gears to speed cycles and expand the working range across a wide range of jobsite conditions.
A Deere exclusive, all daily checks and periodic service are accessible from ground level, including refilling both fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).
Front and rear worklights and optional high-mounted LED lights help illuminate the site. Stairway lights are push-button operated from inside the cab.
Remote park-brake release allows the park brake to be disengaged without climbing under the machine.
When enabled through the monitor, the operator can limit the percentage the rear chassis is off-level when unloading.
Standard reverse camera with choice of display gives the operator visibility to obstacles in the direct path of the machine while backing up.
Designed specifically for E-Series ADTs, the transmission retarder confidently slows the truck first, before service brakes are applied. Outboard wet-disc brakes in all three axles are at the ready when service brakes are needed.
Greaseless pins and bushings are used throughout except in the articulation joint and oscillation area, so only eight grease fittings need weekly attention.
Optional integrated tire-pressure/temperature-monitoring system helps boost tire life, productivity, and fuel efficiency. If pressure drops by 10 percent, a passive alarm appears on the monitor.
Typically, ash service is not necessary until the first engine overhaul thanks to condition-based regeneration that burns off excess particulate in the filter as it builds up. Additionally, John Deere provides diesel particulate filter (DPF) assurance for new FT4/Stage IV machines within the first five years or 10,000 hours, whichever comes first.
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Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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