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 11-28-2002, 21:14 Post: 45513
scott3244
2002-11-28 21:14:40
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Does anyone know how difficult it is to remove the Backhoe portion of the new 110 TLB? Also is anyone able to give me a ballpark figure on what this unit is selling for?? I know retail is in the area of $45000.






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 11-29-2002, 10:42 Post: 45517
John R.
2002-11-29 00:00:00
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 JD 110 TLB

I haven't done it myself, but I watched another person demo the backhoe removal. It took only a couple of minutes and he never had to leave the tractor. With the seat in the forward position, the operator operated the levers while kneeling on the seat and reaching over the back of the seat. He started by pushing down on the ground with the hoe to release pressure on a pin, which he pulled straight up. I can't remember the rest of the procedure, but in a matter of seconds he eased the tractor away from the hoe, then uncoupled the hydraulic connectors and the hoe was left sitting supported by the bucket and stabilizers. Pretty slick.

As for price, others will have to help you.






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 11-29-2002, 14:33 Post: 45523
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Scott, ONLY rumor but I've heard the basic 110 TLB can be had for around 38-39K. If it was around in July 2000 I would of had one instead of the 4700. I like the quick-tatche system for the hoe changing buckets, Like the Volvo excavators have.

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 11-29-2002, 18:30 Post: 45527
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Thanks Dave, I had been looking at the 4700's until this came out and it caught my eye, this thing is sharp!!!!!! I am just trying to justify spending 38-39k for this when it appears to be comparible to the Kubota L48 which you can purchase for around 33-34K.






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 11-30-2002, 07:03 Post: 45539
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Scott, I wish you would try both machines. You are saying that there is three to four thousand difference in price. I've had some people that own the L-48's and L-35 and tried the 110 and they have said the L-48 is more machine and the L-35 is a little less. I'd just think before I spent more for something that I would be getting more.






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 12-21-2002, 12:41 Post: 46402
JOHN SMITH
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SCOTT, THE 110TLB HAS A PROVEN 43-HP YANMAR DIESEL ENGINE W/
DIRECT INJECTION. THE HYDRO TRANSMISION IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET W/ ELECTRONIC CONTROLS THAT ARE ALSO PROVEN. THE SAME TYPE OF TRANSIMISON IS USED IN THE 115HP CRAWLERS. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM HAS AN OPTIONAL DIVERTER VALVE, THAT CAN RUN THE FRONT LOADER W/ 4IN1 BUCKET AND THEN A TOP AND TILT KIT FOR BOX BLADE. FRONT LOADER HAS A MOUNTING PLATE THAT IS THE SAME AS A SKID STEER BOB CAT OR JOHN DEERE. THE BACKHOE IS VERY SIMPLE TO TAKE ON AND OFF. SCOTT YOU NEED TO TEST DRIVE THE 110 TLB YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY IF YOU BUY ONE.






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 02-09-2003, 18:59 Post: 48934
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Scott,
I own a 110 and I have to say ,I love it.I also looked at the L48,I had an L35 and was looking to upgrade.I was ready to plunk my money down on the 48 when I saw the 110,I did a ridiculous amount of research on it and after looking at the good and bad points of both machines,and having been a firm Kubota guy,decided to give the Deere a chance,and I can say it was a good decision for me.It is a tad smaller than the 48,in width and in the hoe department,but the loaders are very close.The 110 runs smoother hydraulically than a 48,the hoe is buttery smooth and comes off in a snap,and the hydraulic options are more incorporated into the machine,no extra levers sticking out everywhere.Also from a construction standpoint the 110 seems more construction oriented,don't get me wrong there is nothing wrong with the L48,it is a great machine too,the 110 just seemed to fit me better.I paid 41000 for mine with all hydraulic options,hoe quick couplr,two hoe buckets,4n1 loader bucket,standard loader bucket,rubber stabilizer pads,skid plate,stabilizer gaurds,and 55amp alternator.






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 02-10-2003, 07:49 Post: 48980
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Poptart, I am waiting for my new 110 to arrive.....I did not get the Top and Tilt option, or the 4-1 Bucket, but everything else you listed and I paid $35,250. I shopped alot of places and feel that this was a pretty good deal. I will let you know how I make out!!!!! Thanks for the help.






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 02-19-2003, 17:48 Post: 49567
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Scott,
Just came in from movin' snow with the 110,and man does she love to shove the white stuff around,we got about 20" in CT.Did you get alot out by you,and have you heard anything about your 110??






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 02-19-2003, 19:06 Post: 49573
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Poptart,
I am picking mine up tomorrow(Friday)from the dealer. I am glad to hear that the 110 likes to push snow as that will probably be its first challenge. We received about 14 inches of snow with more predicted for this weekend. Have you seen the enclosures now being made for the 110? I saw one made by Laurin that looks almost factory. The only drawback is a pricetag of around $5000. I will keep my eyes open for any other options in the meantime.






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