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 11-17-2001, 21:23 Post: 33256
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 J.D. 4100 price...

I just bought a J.D. 4100 Hyd. (2000 yr. model) with matching J.D. 410 loader and industrial tires. The tractor only has 15 hours on it and is very clean. It was priced at $12,500 and I bought it for $12,000. A J.D. dealer was selling it for an individual. It still has warranty left. Does this price seem about right? I think a new one would have been $14,000 or more. Also, will this 4100 handle my 4 ft. King Kutter brush cutter okay? I have been somewhat concerned that the cutter may be a little heavy. Responses will be appreciated.






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 11-18-2001, 07:58 Post: 33260
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I do not know a lot about the price but it sounds very fair. As to the cutter, it is the right size for the 4100. It is the size that JD recommends.

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 11-21-2001, 09:49 Post: 33310
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This seems like a fair price to me. A year ago I bought a 2001 model 4100 with 410 loader, turf tires and 60 inch belly mower. I paid a bit over $16K. The belly mower and turf tires add close to $3K so $12K without seems very reasonable since it is practically brand new.






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 11-21-2001, 22:18 Post: 33323
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Thanks for the reply. I'm assuming your tractor is the HST transmission model. Have you been happy with the tractor? I'm a little concerned about the HST. I really would have preferred a gear tractor. With some weight in the loader, the tractor does not want to back up when in "High" range. I'm not sure why that is. But maybe when using the loader I should always be in low range. It does okay in reverse while using low range. Have you experienced anythng like this?






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 11-22-2001, 03:22 Post: 33325
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Bill, you say it doesn't want to back up in high range with a load in the bucket? I wouldn't attribute that to the HST. If you'd bought a geared tractor instead, it probably wouldn't have wanted to back up in the highest gear either with a heavy load.






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 11-22-2001, 10:02 Post: 33336
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I'm sure you are correct. After I sent that message, I read the appropriate section of the manual and found that for nearly any work, the tractor should be in Low-range. I'm sure that will solve the problem. I also have a Kubota 7200 gear tractor and I'm used to the positive control that comes with the clutch and gears. The Kubota's low range is very slow and I expected the J.D. to be the same, but have found that it is very good in that departent. The J.D. low range seems useful for about any work. I'll get used to it.
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 11-26-2001, 09:26 Post: 33432
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For really heavy loads, the tractor will strain in High. Low works well and I find generally gives me better control for Loader work.

I have used Gear tractors and they can't beat an HST for Loader work. Its really easy and quick just operating those two pedals without the constant shifting. I think you will come to like the HST very much for Loader work.






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 11-26-2001, 20:12 Post: 33449
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After using the tractor over the weekend I have few worries about it. It actually does better in all aspects than I expected. I'm already sold on the HST. Using low range for any work seems to be the answer. Its a fine little machine. My only problem now is not having enough time to use it.






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 12-03-2001, 12:43 Post: 33633
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This has pretty much been covered, but here's my 2 centsworth. I agree for any work, low range in the HST should be used. High range is useful only for moving the tractor. However, I did use high range for snow removal on an asphalt road last year, but the snow was only about 2" deep at the time.






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 12-29-2001, 17:25 Post: 34128
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I have the 4 ft King Kutter rear discharge finish mower for the 4100 so I know it works fine. And your price was not good it was great. A very, very good deal.
Do not make the mistake and put alot of load when in high gear. The dealer told me high is just for going from point A to point B fast. Low is the gear for work. HST transmissions are great but I understand you don't want to pay for a replacement or repair.






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