A subsidiary of John Deere from the years 2000 to 2006, Timberjack is renowned for manufacturing forestry machinery for both whole tree and cut-to-length logging. It was founded by Wesley Maggill and Robert Simons in Woodstock, Ontario almost 70 years ago. The company started when Maggill and Simons designed an articulated four-wheel drive tractor with a winch at the back. After developing a prototype, production ramped up to meet the increasing demand for tractors.
John Deere acquired Timberjack in December 2000. It was a part of Metso Corporation (formerly Rauma-Repola) when John Deere decided to buy it, including another company called Waratah, for $570 million. The Timberjack product line was under the John Deere name until it was discontinued in June 2006. John Deere has become the largest name in the forestry equipment market since then.
Lots of Timberjack tractors and skidders are still being used today. And if you happen to use one or more for your business, here's good news: a wide array of Timberjack-Replacement parts is now available online. You can find replacement snap rings, solenoid, bearings, driveshaft, O-rings, seals, nuts, and studs with just a click of your finger. Plus, you can shop for these parts right in the comfort of your home or office 24/7.
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