The smoother the flight, the smoother the final step. Reducing vibration also results in less operator fatigue, better productivity, higher speeds and less bucket spillage. That’s why John Deere has introduced an anti-vibration undercarriage system as an option on the 333G Compact Track Loader. The first line of defense is to add rubber isolation mounts that absorb much of the high-frequency vibration and torsion of the upper structure of the machine. It also increases track life and allows for easier repairs. Bogie rollers in the undercarriage oscillate over uneven terrain and prevent the machine from swinging back and forth. When the track encounters uneven terrain or reaches a hilltop, the wagons’ swinging action absorbs irregularities on the ground rather than transferring them back through the frame to the cab. In addition to sealing irregularities, trolley systems keep a greater portion of the track in contact with the ground, improving traction and reducing overall ground pressure. A new angled steel shield has been added to protect the hydrostatic hoses from exposure to debris. Four additional lubrication points are located in accessible areas for simplified maintenance and less downtime from potential damage to hydrostatic hoses. The Anti-Vibration Undercarriage System on Curl Trails is now available on John Deere 333G Mini Track Loader models and can be purchased in the United States, Canada, and some international locations.