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 05-30-2001, 22:00 Post: 28801
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My dad and I just ordered a JD790:4wd w/ R4 tires70 loader 61",balast box, nose guard,dual scv,No mid PTOWas 14,300 ok?Our other consideration was a Kubota L3000 w 400 loader for 15,999.... trying to justify the purchase to dad.






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 05-31-2001, 08:33 Post: 28814
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I just went on Monday to the dealer to drive the 790 and 4400 w/ syncro shift. I liked the 790, nice feeling transmission and it just felt like a real tractor. The price quote for the 790 w/ a 430 loader 73" bucket, R4 tires, no balast box or nose guard, are you ready for this? $20,000 +/-.

So, the next question is; Where are you getting this tractor?






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 05-31-2001, 09:34 Post: 28816
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I'm purchasing it from a local JD dealer in OH.
I was quoted 14,227 for a 790 4wd w/ loader from another JD dealer.

These were both dealers that have alot of large tractor volume (130hp +) so my guess if that they get some decent discounts on the 'small stuff'.

I had priced the same config from a lawn and garden JD dealer ~ 16,000.

You can get a 430 loader on a 790?
I thought the 430 was only for the 4000 series?






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 05-31-2001, 10:06 Post: 28819
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The salesman didn't know anything about these tractors. He was reading from the book and he said it took a 430 loader. I think you're right about it using the 70 loader. You should check out the bucket width though, I believe the tractor is 71" wide and a 61" bucket is not going to cover the tire tracks.






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 05-31-2001, 10:44 Post: 28820
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The 790 takes a model 70 loader. With R4's, the tractor is 60" wide and, as such, the 60" bucket does cover its tracks.

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 05-31-2001, 10:48 Post: 28821
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There is no 71" bucket available for the 790 (as far as I know). If you are quoted 20k for that setup, I would run for the hills. I paid $14,000 w/o tax for the same setup with a model 70 loader and 60" bucket.






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 05-31-2001, 11:04 Post: 28823
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Bucket options: 48, 54 and 60-inch for the model 70 loader.

Is the 790 a better deal than the Kubota L3000 with loader for 15,999?






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 05-31-2001, 11:45 Post: 28824
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The salesman was an idiot.






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 05-31-2001, 12:49 Post: 28826
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Stephen, that price sounds more like a 4400HST with 430 loader and R4s, not a 790. I'd try a different dealer for sure.






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 05-31-2001, 13:26 Post: 28827
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Yea, I'd like to keep it local but this is an insult. Like I said before, he really didn't know his PTO from a hole in the ground. I'll look into it more seriously when I sell my 1050. I know the 1050 is a great gear tractor but I don't need the backhoe anymore and it would be a shame to break it up.






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