John Deere SCRAPER - catalog of spare parts
Since 2008, John Deere has significantly improved its scraper systems. The lineup also expanded significantly when the manufacturer began to design special tractors to work with these systems. According to company representatives, they are the only ones who produce the entire system, from a special machine to a trailed scraper.
As before, contractors can choose between two types of tractors: wheeled or crawler-mounted. In turn, they can work with two types of scrapers: a dump truck and an ejector. Tipper scrapers that unload the soil by turning the bucket, like wheel loaders, are commonly used to work with bulk materials. Ejector units that have hydraulic cylinders for pushing the rear wall forward for unloading typically work with heavy materials such as clay. The nomenclature of both machines includes maximum capacity and width, but they are measured in cubic yards and feet. For example, from model 2112 you can determine that the volume is 21 cubic yards and the cut width is 12 feet.