New Equipment | 190G W

190G W

Excavators

Redesigned 5.2-L 129-kW (173 net hp) diesel engine meets FT4 emission regulations without aftertreatment devices, for enhanced reliability. Lightweight, split-type hood that allows wideopen access to the engine from the front and same-side filters and water separator at ground level simplify maintenance. LED lights on the reconfigured counterweight require less maintenance and increase the visibility of the machine on the jobsite.
Enlarged cover provides additional protection for the blade cylinder. Reinforced outrigger cylinder further boosts component durability. Standard battery-disconnect switch and a larger handrail keep operator safety a priority. Short wheelbase enables maneuverability in tight spaces. For close-up work, opt for the two-piece boom.

THE WHEEL DEAL

Looking to get on a roll?  The 190G W Wheeled Excavator travels on tires, so it’s more mobile and maneuverable than tracked excavators.  It’s more spacious and comfortable cab comes equipped with an easy-to-navigate enhanced LCD monitor that lets operators easily dial-in a wealth of machine info and functionality. Delivering the smoothness, control, and operating ease you’ve come to expect from John Deer, this wheeled excavator is the real deal.

  • Short wheelbase makes the 190G W very adept in close quarters – unlike unwieldly truck-mounted excavators. For work close-up, opt for the two-piece boom.
  • Monoblock boom delivers reach and lift capacity for long-distance work.  Or opt for a two-piece boom for added versatility.
  • Choose from a variety of boom, blade, outrigger, and bucket options to equip your machine exactly as needed to optimize your setup.
  • Rubber tires allow you to drive quickly from job to job instead of loading up a trailer – plus they’re much friendlier to paved surfaces.
  • fast travel speed and boom and arm movement combined with superior arm force help speed cycle times.  Wide axles, rock-solid stability, and substantial lift capabilities allow this machine to quickly move Jersey barriers.