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 12-23-2005, 17:39 Post: 121629
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2005-12-23 17:39:41
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I am looking to buy a 3720 hydro R4 tires mid pto and 3 valve package. Also looking for a cx300 loader. Dealer quoting 15% off list. Can I do better than this? Also looking for a good grass seeding drill as I want to start a lawn seeding business. Anyone used a Frontier,Landpride,Gill-Woods,Brillion or any other brands? What are strong and weak points of the brands listed? Has anyone used an Absolute Innovations prep rake? How did it perform?






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 12-23-2005, 19:07 Post: 121636
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15% off list for a new model is very good. 20% off list is exeptional and rare. You might check the JD website and build & price your own machine as a sanity check. The JD build utility will give you list prices. Sorry, can't answer your other questions.






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 12-23-2005, 22:32 Post: 121643
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As Ken said, 15% is not a bad deal at all. 20% is indeed very rare. All of the brands you mentioned are good quality top line stuff with the exception of the Brillion. Brillion is not as well built or holds up as well in my opinion but then again, they are usually a good bit cheaper so depends upon the use you have in mind.






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 12-24-2005, 10:19 Post: 121650
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Thank you for your advice. I thought 15% was a pretty good discount as I have talked to dealers who discounted only 3%. Merry Christmas to all !!!!!






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 01-04-2006, 20:58 Post: 122263
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Loren, what kind of price are you getting on the 3720 with the options you want?






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 01-04-2006, 21:11 Post: 122265
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The price I've gotten so far is around $23500 - the 15% discountto $20000. Recently heard if you belong to the AQHA John Deere would give an extra discount. 10% down no interest no payment program from Deere is good through Feb 27. Still looking for input and prices on grass drills.
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 12-03-2010, 08:03 Post: 175499
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Economic conditions having changed so radically, I thought I'd revive this old thread. Just ordered a 2011 3720 cab w/300X loader and 4-in-1 bucket. Dealer discounted 20% from list.

2011 production line doesn't start rolling till after New Years, so I can still make changes to the order. After the upgrade from standard bucket to the AY11 4-in-1, I'm now wondering now if I should have gone up to the 300CX loader as well.

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 12-05-2010, 11:07 Post: 175538
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Greg, I'd sure like to have the machine you're buying and at 20% off list you've done well.

A couple of thoughts which may or may not be useful.

Has anyone ever regretted getting a heavier duty loader?

If you work in the brush and they offer a skid plate kit for the underside I'd highly recommend it. Sometimes this is sold as a rental unit upgrade, probably dealer installed or you could DIY.

Rear work lights? Rear outlets? Top and Tilt?

What sort of tires? What sort of terrain do you operate in?






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 12-05-2010, 12:19 Post: 175540
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Mirrors and lighting are built into the cab. There are mirror and light upgrades, but I feel the standard equipment satisfies my own needs.

I work 30 acres of diagonal, half pasture and half woodlot. I also mow and move hay rolls between two other locations for an elderly neighbor. Three reasons I went for R1 (ag) tires:
1. Even though there will be some road time between farms, all actual work will be performed on pasture and woodlots - and the gravel roads connecting them.
2. overall width with R1 tires is greater than R3 or R4 options. Given the higher center of gravity of the cab tractor, I wanted that extra sidehill stability.
3. R1s are standard, R3/R4 just add to the price.

Loader regrets? Can't address that. Only loader I've ever owned is the Koyker 160 on my TS354C. It's a 60" standard duty materials bucket with a heavy duty toothbar. Note however, that the 3720 I'm ordering is a 4-in-1 (clamshell). I'm not sure if that is considered SD or HD.

I examined the JD options/customization list pretty closely, and don't recall seeing skid plates. That said, pretty sure I read the ground clearance on R1s is 12". That should be adequate for the terrain I'll be working it on. Besides, when I'm working in brush or high grass - I position the FEL about 10" off the ground. My own personal early warning technique.

But I'm still wondering if anyone has thoughts on me jumping from the HD materials bucket to the 4-in-1. Like whether or not it may be money well spent. My idea is that it will save me a lot of arthritis pain getting on/off/in/out of the tractor to pick up storm debris and move it to a burn pile - or take riprap off a rock pile. Anybody who's tried can tell you busting into a rock pile with a 35hp tractor doesn't usually result in very many rocks in the bucket. I have resorted to driving up to the pile, then throwing the (bowling ball size) rock into the bucket by hand.

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 12-05-2010, 12:53 Post: 175541
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Greg, I have a 4 in 1 bucket on several of my machines, probably the one I have the most experience with is the one on my full size TLB.

It's a huge compromise IMHO. It's a lot smaller in capacity than a standard bucket and nearly useless for picking up anything unless you have a second person to spot / guide you. The bucket completely blocks your vision of what it is you're trying to pick up.

Not that it's a concern in my case, but it's also a bunch heavier than a normal HD bucket.

Between the above, and the fact I already have a machine with that setup I opted for forks on my own machine. I use them for everything.

Best of luck.






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