John Deere’s telescoping wheel loader offers more reach, better views, and more alerts on load limits

Luke Gribble for John Deere at NCBA’s #CattleCon 2024 (RealAgriculture)

John Deere is set to roll out its 26 P-Tier telescopic compact wheel loader for 2024. The new unit was on display at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s cattle convention, last week in Florida.

RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney spoke with go-to-market manager at John Deere Agriculture & Turf, Luke Gribble, to get the specs on this new machine.

Gribble says that the telescoping boom reaches over 16 feet for height and offers an extra 9-feet from the front wheels, providing plenty of range for getting chores done.

Improved cab visibility, a new monitor, and some built-in safety and load-sensing features means drivers can get comfortable with the machine without worrying about over-extending the machine, he says.

“Features like these help make the 326 P-Tier one of the most confidence-inspiring and operator-friendly wheel loaders available,” Gribble says. “And it is perfect for helping less-experienced operators become better, faster.”

Angled wheels mean the 326 P-Tier can work in tight spaces and still manoeuvre under load.


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