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DEERE 1270G WHEELED HARVESTER
You work hard, and so will our Wheeled Harvesters. Features such as Intelligent Boom Control (IBC) make it easier to maneuver the harvesting head for more precision and productivity. Our machines are built on more than 180 years of groundbreaking innovation and backed by over a half-century of experience in the woods. Whether you are thinning, regeneration harvesting, or working in demanding conditions like soft soils or steep slopes, there is a Deere six-wheel or eight-wheel harvester to fit your needs.
INTELLIGENT BOOM CONTROL
A first in the harvester category, IBC provides operators with increased accuracy and productivity bringing harvester capabilities to a whole new level. With IBC, the operator controls only the harvester head while the system takes care of the boom's movement. Designed specifically to suit the harvester work cycle, the boom's movement and operation automatically adjust as the boom is taken to a tree and when the tree is in the grapple. IBC enables precise working and the selection of the correct working methods.
Twin-pump hydraulic system that delivers simultaneous power to the boom and harvester head.
Processing Power Control (PPC) lowers operating costs and increases productivity by five to 15 percent by balancing processing power and fuel economy in a variety of logging applications.
AGILE AND PRODUCTIVE
Choose from compact six- or eight-wheeled options.
RENCRAFT Super Hard Coat polycarbonate windows are scratch resistant, tolerant of cleaning agents, and enhance optic quality. These windows comply with the ISO 21876 saw-chain shot-testing standard, proving their durability. Plus, due to their almost 50-percent thicker material than previous windows, the cab is better insulated, resulting in a quieter work environment.
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