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Skidders

Compare skidder models

ModelEngine SizeGross PowerGross TorqueOperating WeightMaximum Grapple Capacity

6.8 L

177 kW (237 hp)

1025 Nm

16,686 kg

N/A

6.8 L

177 kW (237 hp)

1025 Nm

19,054 kg

1.63 m2

9.0 L

210 kW (281 hp)

1276 Nm

23,697 kg

2.07 m2

9.0 L

210 kW (281 hp)

1276 Nm

22,384 kg

1.77 m2

9.0 L

224 kW (300 hp)

1369 Nm

22,484 kg

2.07 m2

768L-II Bogie Skidder on a steep tract

Triple J Logging recently tested John Deere's 768L-II Bogie Skidder on a steep tract at the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains. The forest machine is designed to excel in these conditions, and Triple J was impressed.

Powerful, Purpose-Built 768L-II Bogie Skidder

The new six-wheeled John Deere 768L-II Bogie Skidder is a traction specialist designed to help you stay productive in wet conditions and on steep slopes. 

Outrun the ordinary

With L-II skidders' over 1,600 component changes to simplify hydraulic and electrical systems, plus Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVTs), expanded grapple capacities, and our most rugged axles ever, you’ll have the power and durability you need to outrun the ordinary.

TimberMatic Maps and TimberManager

TimberMatic™ Maps and TimberManager™

This map-based production-planning and -tracking system allows contractors and operators alike to share real time production and location information – taking the guesswork out of effective decision-making.