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John Deere G

Radial-Lift Models

  • 312GR: 704 kg (1, 550 lb.)
  • 316GR: 795 kg (1, 750 lb.)

Vertical-Lift Models

  • 314G: 799 kg (1, 760 lb.)
  • 318G: 883 kg (1, 945 lb.)
  • 317G: 965 kg (2, 125 lb.)


  • Good for digging, grading and backfilling.
  • Simple linkage with fewer grease zerks
  • Better visibility in tight spaces
  • More reach at mid-range lift heights for dumping over a wall, backfilling, or loading a flatbed


  • More stability when lifting
  • More lift height
  • More reach at the top of the lift path
  • Good for truck loading and heavy lifting
  • Compact dimensions work in small spaces
  • Minimum width
    • CTL: 1.65 m (65 in.)
    • Skid Steers: 1.52 m (60 in.)
  • Easy to transport with even some ½-ton trucks without a commercial driver's license
  • Operating weights
    • CTL: Just over 3600 kg (8, 000 lb.)
    • Skid Steer: Under 3000 kg (6, 500 lb.)
  • Lift Height (Height to Hinge Pin)
    • Radial-Lift Skid Steers: 2.92 m (115.1 in.)
    • Vertical-Lift Skid Steers: 3.05 m (120 in.)
    • Vertical-Lift CTL: 3.07 m (121 in.)
  • Shared components with the highly reliable E-Series
  • Engine type, main control valve, hydraulic motor, pumps, axles, drive chains, alternator, boom and bucket cylinders
  • Integrated protection systems
    • Provide warning messages and automatically shut down the machines before expensive component failures
  • Spend less time on maintenance
    • Easy-access grease-zerk locations
    • Swing-out hydraulic oil coolers
    • Large access points for debris removal
  • Work longer between refills.
    • Running time greater than 8 hours.
    • 71-L (19 gal.) fuel tank
  • Open or enclosed
  • Open operator's station standard on all
  • Cab with heat optional on all
  • Cab heat with A/C optional on all
  • Manual foot and hand controls standard on Skid Steers
  • Manual hands-only controls optional on Skid Steers
  • Electrohydraulic (EH) controls optional on Skid Steers. Standard on 317G.
  • Easy footwell cleanout
  • Power Quik-tatch™
  • Hydraulic self-leveling lift cycle

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