John Deere 1512E, 1810E, 1814E, 2112E scrapers for sale, dirt pans, earth moving equipment for sale at Tennessee Tractor LLC, Serving your new and used equipment needs from Alamo, Brownsville, Dyersburg, Jackson, Martin, Paris, Trenton, and Union City, Tennessee.
When fully loaded, a John Deere Scraper provides 40 percent more flotation than comparable earth-moving equipment, with additional 20.5, 23.5, and 26.5 scraper-tire options that allow for increased load-carrying capacity and work to ease rolling resistance in tougher conditions. Heavy-duty brakes were designed and installed onto the machine for safe and effective scraping on steep inclines. The state-of-the-art system reduces dependency on the pulling tractor's brake system, enabling shorter stopping even when loaded to capacity.
The scraper was designed with steep-angled walls that enhance its ability to handle thicker, heavier soils, while the floor was made to be thicker at the blade and thinner in the back of the pan, allowing for greater strength where it is needed and convenient rear back clearance.
When pulling, it is essential for scrapers to maximize visibility. Deere's scraper features a large throat opening, a high lift gate and a high cross-tube front frame that give an operator impressive visibility to the blade's edge and bowl's contents. With a pivoting front frame, the scraper will automatically do all of the necessary raising and lowering, providing for a quick response time and an aggressive cutting angle.
Ejector scrapers are built extra tough to handle the rigors of construction work or tough soil conditions. They’re also push loadable for improved versatility on any job.
Carry-all scrapers weigh less than ejector scrapers to provide better flotation when working in sandy, loose conditions.