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 01-26-2005, 05:58 Post: 104936
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 What shoould I be looking for on a 4410 new buy??

I bought a 4410 wth loader and backhoe 200 hours only sight unseen. What should I be looking for when I check it out to give the final payment? It is still under warranty but may have been abused or something that wouldn't be covered under warrenty, run out of oil, etc. ie no antifreeze and engine froze, etc Thanks, rich






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 01-26-2005, 08:04 Post: 104944
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 What shoould I be looking for on a 4410 new buy??

The under the battery and the radiator & trans. oil cooler for corrosion. I would carefully check the wheel lugs. Check the pins and bushings in the hoe and FEL. Aside from that, the normal wear and tear area's that would apply to any piece of equipment.






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 01-26-2005, 08:39 Post: 104950
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 What shoould I be looking for on a 4410 new buy??

I would check all 4 tires very carefully for boots, slashes, plugs, etc. I have wished before that I did a better job at that. I would check for any bends or stress cracks on the loader, since it is one of the easiest things to abuse with ramming too large an object.






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 01-26-2005, 10:31 Post: 104958
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 What shoould I be looking for on a 4410 new buy??

Take a good close look at the fluids. Engine oil, hydraulic fluid, and coolant. The oils should be clear and show no signs of metal flakes. If the color is off, or looks burnt, you may want to do some maintenance research, and ask some questions about how the tractor was used. Look at the filters and make sure they are not factory originals. Get receipts or some evidence of proper maintenance.

A good look at the fluids will give you a good idea of how the machine was maintained and how hard it was run.






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 01-26-2005, 11:06 Post: 104960
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 What shoould I be looking for on a 4410 new buy??

Pass the serial number through JD and see what comes up, they are able to access repair records and ownership you could check these against the tale told by the seller - if anything dosent match up - RUN.






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