The ProGator fuel system provides the following benefits:
The ProGator™ heavy-duty utility vehicles feature an optional cargo box for hauling items on the golf course. The cargo box attaches to the ProGator easily, utilizing only two rear pivot pins and one lift cylinder pin. This allows quick and easy changes between ProGator attachments.
A 16-gauge steel frame provides added strength and durability. A standard hydraulic lift and lower cylinder allow for easy lifting of the cargo box to dump sand and other items from the cargo box quickly and easily.
The optional tailgate release kit allows for a dump truck mode, where the tailgate automatically opens from the bottom when the tailgate is raised to allow items to flow out of the box. The tailgate then automatically closes when the box is lowered for fast and efficient operation.
For normal tailgate operation, opening and closing the tailgate is easier than ever. An innovative retractable pin system is the key. A spring-loaded L-pin is located on each end of the cargo box.
To open the cargo box, simply pull the L-pins inward and lower the tailgate. Closing the tailgate is even easier. The angled striker plate design allows the L-pins to automatically retract when shutting the tailgate. When the cargo box is fully closed, the springs will pull the pins into their locking position. This allows for a one-handed closing of the tailgate, similar to that of a pick-up truck.
A bedliner can be ordered as an optional attachment for the ProGator machines. The high-density polyethylene bedliner is stamped with the John Deere logo and protects the steel cargo box and paint from dirt and debris.
The bedliner is designed to wrap around the bottom of the tailgate, preventing gravel and other debris from getting trapped under the bedliner. The bedliner ribs are tapered, allowing materials to flow freely out of the cargo box when it is lifted or being cleaned.
Manual-engaging four-wheel drive is a factory-installed option on both the 2030A ProGator Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles. Manual engagement gives the operator ultimate control of when to use four-wheel drive in a given condition. Simply push the lever down to engage four-wheel drive, and pull up on the lever to return to two-wheel drive.
The 4WD system maximizes maneuverability and traction. By engaging only when the operator needs it, the manual 4WD system provides better fuel economy than a full-time 4WD system. The 4WD system can be used in any of the five forward gears and also works in reverse.
CAUTION: This vehicle should not be considered as an all-terrain vehicle (ATV).
The ProGator 2030A is powered by a three-cylinder 22.1 hp (16.5 kW) Yanmar diesel engine featuring 1115 cc displacement, liquid cooling system, overhead valves and full-pressure lubrication.
Common features for both engines include:
The following features can also be found on the 2030A Diesel model only:
Yanmar is a U.S.-registered trademark of Yanmar Company Limited.
The 2030A ProGator™ Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles feature two independent hydraulic pumps as standard equipment.
An 8.2-cc auxiliary hydraulic pump provides up to 7.64 gpm (28.9 l/min) of hydraulic flow on gas models and up to 7.47 gpm (28.3 l/min) on diesel models for powering hydraulically driven implements, such as the HD200 and HD300 SelectSpray, TC125 Turf Collection System, TD100 Topdresser, and more. This pump also lifts and lowers the cargo box with the use of a single lever located at the operator control station. This pump is driven off of the engine crankshaft.
A 5-cc steering pump provides up to 3.8 gpm (14.4 l/min) of hydraulic flow on gas models and up to 3.7 gpm (14.1 l/min) of hydraulic flow on diesel models for smooth and efficient power steering. This pump is driven off of the engine gear train.
Hydraulically actuated self-adjusting front and rear drum brakes provide ample stopping capacity when the vehicle is loaded at or below rated capacities.
The hand-controlled parking brake is designed to hold the vehicle in place on hills, in both the uphill and downhill directions.
To top off braking fluid, simply remove the front grille cover to easily access the brake fluid reservoir. No tools are needed to remove the front grille cover.
The braking system utilizes flexible brake lines to allow easy and efficient routing of the brake lines when performing any service or routine maintenance.
These are the largest standard-sized tires in the market for optimum ground clearance, traction performance, and weight distribution:
Hydrostatic power steering is standard on ProGator™ Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles. The steering system has its own dedicated 3.4-gpm hydraulic pump driven by the engine gear train to ensure steering performance is maintained while other hydraulically driven implements are being used.
Need the payload to handle tough jobs on the golf course? The ProGator™ delivers with over 2 tons* of payload capacity. No need for a dedicated vehicle for that 300 gallon sprayer. No need for a vehicle that just hauls and does nothing else. The ProGator delivers the best of both worlds by providing a high payload capacity in a versatile package where sprayers, a cargo box, and other attachments can be interchanged in minutes without tools.
Actual payload capacities are as follows:
|Capacities (model year 2011 machines only)|
|Payload capacity (including 200 lb operator, 200 lb passenger, and loaded attachment), lb (kg)|
|2WD with standard suspension||3414 lb (1549 kg)|
|4WD with standard suspension||3287 lb (1491 kg)|
|2WD with heavy-duty suspension, wide rear tire, and 4-Post ROPS||4157 lb (1886 kg)|
|4WD with heavy-duty suspension, wide rear tire, and 4-Post ROPS||4030 lb (1828 kg)|
* When equipped with heavy duty front and rear suspension kit, wide rear tire kit, and 4-Post ROPS conversion kit.
A two-post rollover protective structure (ROPS) and retractable seat belts are standard equipment on the 2030A ProGator Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles. The two-post ROPS meets the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Part 1928 standard.
The seat belts must be worn at all times during operation by both operator and passenger.
Sealed bearings throughout make the ProGator A Series Heavy-Duty Utility Vehicles a dream to service. The 2WD models have zero lubrication points, while the 4WD models have two lubrication points on the U-joints of the 4WD shaft and one lubrication point on the slip joint. Sealed bearings do not require grease or periodic maintenance.
No tools are required to access the brake fluid fill, either. Simply remove the front grille to access the fluid fill.
All other daily service points are accessed by simply lifting the cargo box and engaging the lift cylinder safety support. Such service points include the coolant level, engine oil level, air-restriction indicator, and more.
* incl. 90 kg driver, 90 kg passenger & accessories