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 12-04-2004, 13:14 Post: 101580
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 Cub Cadet 7532 vs J D 4310

I'm looking at purchasing a new Cub Cadet Model 7532 w/hydro tranny. I think I would preferr the J. D. 4310. I have gotten a lot better price on the cadet but know almost nothing about them! How do they compare? I have 26 acres on top of a mountain with a .6 mile drive way with 10% grade. So a 4x4 is a must and hydro traany a must because of health reasons! Can you help me out? I had a 8N ford tractor for years but sold it. Thanks.
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 12-04-2004, 13:23 Post: 101581
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 Cub Cadet 7532 vs J D 4310

I can't speak to the Cub but I sure like my 4310. Our property is 15 acres on top of a mountain and it does great. If you have clay soil I'd recommend the Ag tires though. I started with R4s and they slipped on our clay wet or dry.






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 12-05-2004, 12:07 Post: 101627
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 Cub Cadet 7532 vs J D 4310

The Cadet numbers do look good off the litureature comparing to the JD4310 in this comparison. I would question as to the desired chores of the tractor for tire selection as Ken stated for the ideal tractor combination and for proper set-up for the longevity and versatility in a tractor you'd expect to buy.






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 12-05-2004, 16:22 Post: 101650
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 Cub Cadet 7532 vs J D 4310

WOW, that's a lot of driveway. I really can't comment on the Cadets as I've never really kept up on them. I've got both a 4310 and a 4410 and also some leg problems. These tractors are a true joy to operate and have did everything I've ask of them. I've heard from a dealer that the new 3000 series that is replacing the 42,43, and 44 ten series will have an air ride seat, whether standard or optinal I don't know. And again my old sermon on dealers, If you don't like the dealer you probably won't like the tractor. Frank.






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 12-06-2004, 09:13 Post: 101699
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 Cub Cadet 7532 vs J D 4310

Love my Cadet although it is a different model series. As Hardwood has said, you need to be happy with your dealer. Drive both tractors and get a feel for how it suites you. A close dealer location is important. You mentioned health reasons. The JD pedals are located differently than most other brands. This may be the important factor!






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 06-10-2005, 23:17 Post: 112200
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please help! real close to finishing up a deal.
considering jd790,kub.L3400,nh35a,cub7530
realy like the cub but not alot of info. about
it. slightly worried about parts down the road
tested all,liked the cub. alot!!!






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 06-11-2005, 01:25 Post: 112203
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Hi, Thought I would let you know I bought the Cub cadet. I couldn't pass up the deal I got on it. I just love this tractor. It has all kinds of power and really easy to drive and operate. I was able to plow snow with it up hill (10% grade)with out any trouble. I did chain up the front wheels. I just love the hydrastatic drive. I can do things with this tractor that I wouldn't have even thought about doing with my old 8N!!! I got a 5ft. rototiller with the tractor and that works great!! I bought a 5ft. snowblower for it and plan on using it next winter. Have a good day!!






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 06-13-2005, 21:37 Post: 112348
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thanks for the input i have a .25 mile driveway
and i have lots of treetops to pull out and cut up
i want to make sure i am getting the right tractor
i have 22 acres of woodland that we cut 5 acres for our house and barn with aprx. 3 acres being pasture
(hard to get pasture to grow in woods) but we are
trying. need a tractor that is going to be my maintanance
go to machine. what attachment do you use to do
your snow removal? also the tractor i like is the
shuttle shift 7530 model, really liked it






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