All-wheel control for your tractor
The tractor's all-wheel drive usually engages automatically when braking. This stabilizes the machine on rough terrain and prevents it from skidding.
When braking on roads, however, the tractor tenses at low speeds. Releasing the brake relaxes the system again.
To avoid the heavy load and also wear for differential and tires and to get more comfort in the cab, we have developed an all-wheel drive control system.
Our all-wheel control for John Deere tractors
With our electronics, the all-wheel drive automatically shuts off when braking at a preset speed.
This prevents tension in the agricultural machine and reduces tire wear.
The all-wheel control for John Deere is available in two versions. With and without pushbutton. The permanent solution is intended for tractors with four-wheel braking systems. The engageable and disengageable solution with push button for all other tractors.
With the all-wheel drive control without activation pushbutton, the tractor's all-wheel drive reliably switches off and on automatically. The speeds are fixed by default. If you want individual engagement or disengagement speeds, you are welcome to specify this when ordering.
Discover now the all-wheel drive control with or without activation button for your John Deere.