R1253

R1253

The model R1253 has as main features a great view inside the cabin, compact dimensions, an extraordinary maximum boom's length and a great ratio weight/power. The engine with 173 hp and the hydraulic system allow to install forestry mulchers and heavy accessories. Weight and dimensions of this spider excavator permit to work in hard places as creeks, ditches and swampy areas. The new framework allows to have an excellent stability also when there is few space. The engine has a particulate filter that complies Tier 3 B.
John Deere
Engine:
John Deere
Model: John Deere
Technical features
Operative weight
from 12.000 Kg to 12.800 Kg
Engine's model
John Deere
Engine's type
Diesel four strokes water cooled turbo variable geometric turbine
Engine size
4500 cc
Max power
127 kW (173 Cv)
Potential difference
24 V
Max arm extension
from 8270 mm (Version A) to 8860 mm (Version B)
Total pumps flow
470 lit/min
Penetration force
73 KN
Break off force
118 KN
Version A
Boom with extension of 1,5 m
R1253 - Version A
Version B
Long boom with extension of 1,8 m
R1253 - Version B
Version C
Extra long boom with extension of 1,8 m
R1253 - Version C
Not stearing framework
Basic configuration for all versions
R1253 - Not stearing framework
Steering wheels
Optional available for all versions
R1253 - steering wheels
R1253 4WD
Lowered wheel
R1253 4WD - Lowered wheel
R1253 4WD
Raised wheel
R1253 4WD - Raised wheel
Details (All images can be enlarged)
R105L - John Deere
John Deere
R1253 - Rexroth components
Rexroth components
R1253 - Poclain Gearbox
Poclain Gearbox
R1253 - ROPS and FOPS certified cabin
ROPS and FOPS certified cabin
R1253 - Great visibility
Great visibility
R1253 - Great power
Great power
R1253 - Possibility to install many accessories
Possibility to install many accessories
R1253 - First boom's pipes on the left
First boom's pipes on the left
R1253 - Bending radius with and without steering wheels
Bending radius with and without steering wheels
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