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Products Snapshot: Fuel-Efficient Tractors and Water Pipe Liners

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The John Deere 956RT tractor is powered by a Interim Tier 4, 13.5-liter, 560-hp PowerTech PSX engine. The tractor is equipped with 30-in.-wide Durabuilt 55000 Series Scraper rubber tracks, which are designed for tough debris and resistance to high side loads. A redesigned suspension system isolates the entire front chassis while operating on uneven terrain. John Deere Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division; www.johndeere.com
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This week we look at the latest offerings in construction products, from a fuel-efficient tractor to a cured-in-place pipe liner.

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