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    Default Looking for information on the new CT315 track loader from John Deere

    Does anyone out there have any information about the new CT315 beyond what is on the John Deere news page. One thing I do want to know is weather or not it uses the same size 4-in-1 bucket as the 110TLB.

    Thank You for your time

    Dennis

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    Default Re: Looking for information on the new CT315 track loader from John Deere

    I assume this is the page your talking about, but I'm posting it for those who haven't see it to get a look at it-

    John Deere Expands Compact Track Loader Line with CT315


    Kyle

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    Default Re: Looking for information on the new CT315 track loader from John Deere

    Anybody know what the operating weight is?? Specs say 8000lb tractive force.

    Std bucket is 61".

    Anybody get pricing yet? Wheeled 315 was ~ 25K cab version.
    Veneer Tree Farmer

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    Default Re: Looking for information on the new CT315 track loader from John Deere

    Quote Originally Posted by BarryinMN View Post
    Anybody know what the operating weight is?? Specs say 8000lb tractive force.
    6,800 lb is the operating weight. Considering its very compact size it must have serious built-in ballast.
    JD 5105M & JD 4720 Cabbies w. Shoule reversible snow blade/Shoule rear snowblower; Pronovost blower; backhoe and some attachments I have no idea what they are for.

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