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John Deere Construction
Crawler Dozers

350

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655C

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700H

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700K

724J

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750

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750C Series II

750J

750K

755C

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764

850

850B

850B LT

850C

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850J

850JR

850K

950C

950J

1050C

1050C WH

1050J

1050K


 

In 1931, The Lindeman Power Equipment Company in Yahima, Washington, experimented converting a Model D Tractor into a crawler. These were known as the Lindeman B models.
Beginning with their Model GP, The Lindeman Brothers produced Crawler Tractors, by making aftermarket modifications to an orchard tractor. These were authorized by John Deere, and 1700 were produced between 1939-1947
John Deere bought Lindeman Company in 1947, and in 1949, began making crawlers out of Model M Tractors. These models were called “MC” They were assembled in Dubuque, IA, and Yakima, WA.
In 1953, the 40C was introduced, and in 1956 the 420C, there was a low selling 430C in there, and in 1958, the 440C was the first in the industrial line. These models Were made at the John Deere Dubuque Works.
Once a Crawler is fitted with a blade, it becomes a Dozer, or Bulldozer. And, now you have the birth of the John Deere Crawler Dozer.
The John Deere Crawler Dozer Continues to be one of the Most popular pieces of construction equipment on the market.

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