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 01-10-2000, 00:00 Post: 11821
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 The Deere 4000 wait....

I ordered a JD 4300 hydro with 430 loader about 3 months ago. Dealer said it would take about 2 1/2 months to arrive. I thought the wait time was supposed to be going down! Wondering what kind of wait times others have been experiencing recently. Hoping this thing shows up before it really starts snowing!






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 01-10-2000, 00:00 Post: 11824
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I am about to order a JD4400. I was quoted a maximum of 60 days wait, assuming another tractor at another dealer couldn't be found. I haven't yet placed my order so I don't know yet how good this data is. Two of the three dealers I spoke with didn't seem to have a problem plugging into the dealer network to get me a tractor in less than 60 days. Again, we'll see how it goes when I place the order.






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 01-10-2000, 00:00 Post: 11829
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Dont know what part of the country your in but around the houston area dealers
have plenty of 4200's,4300's,4400's. I was given a price today on a 4200 4x4
hst turf tires and dual srv for loader of $13900.00. also a 420 loader for $2500.00. Does this sound fair? p.s. Gave up on blue, test drove one and had a funny smell that the others didnt seem to have. No smoke though.






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 01-10-2000, 00:00 Post: 11831
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Steve, J.D. is making a real effort to get orders out quicker. The 42-4600 HYDRO tractors are currently the slowest in coming due to huge demand. Gear models are easier to get. J.D. is currently turning out twice as many 4000 series tractors than one year ago, and approx. FOUR times as many as three years ago. Demand seems to be keeping ahead of production no matter how they try to anticipate market share growth. Even though it's no fun waiting, these figures should give you an idea of how great the product is. Your patience will be rewarded!
Don, OR. Dlr.






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 01-11-2000, 00:00 Post: 11847
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You guys waiting on Deeres should check out the
Kubota l-10 Series tractors. Far superior and available now.
Deere NOT worth waiting for and you will probably pay more
for it. Don't be blinded by the green paint. I am
a dealer and have can sell both brands.






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 01-11-2000, 00:00 Post: 11851
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far superior my ass..n/m






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 01-11-2000, 00:00 Post: 11854
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Steve,
This thread proves even dealers are people, and people have OPINIONS. From personal experience I can tell you my search started with a preference to Orange, mostly from hearing things about them through the grapevine. I can tell you that talk is sometimes cheap... Assuming you've done your homework, I doubt you'll have regrets. I think Kubota is an excellent compact, and if JD hadn't
offered something more appealing, we probably would have gone Orange.. Obviously for some, Kub is the best thing since sliced bread, for us..it seemed like yesterdays bread given to the birds. Tough skin, but not real tasty.
Hence I'm still glad I DIDN'T buy one, and went with JD. OH..by the way..the wait WAS worth it and Deere ended up about $1000 cheaper than Kubota. Not that price would have swayed my decision, but its always nice to save a buck and still get what you want.






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 01-11-2000, 00:00 Post: 11856
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Like you say, Michael, everyone has an opinion. I did the exact opposite of what you did. I started out with a STRONG preference for green, and wound up buying Orange, and sure am glad I did!






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 01-11-2000, 00:00 Post: 11864
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Ok cewhiteman, I haven't made my purchase yet but I've looked at both. Tell me why I should buy the Kubota 3pt backhoe over the Deere 47/48 hoe? My Kubota dealer couldn't do it so I'm giving you a shot. My mind is open, my wallet is about to open...open my eyes.






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 01-12-2000, 00:00 Post: 11874
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I own a 3pt backhoe - an older ARPS model. Although mine is adequate, I will buy a frame mount next time. The last time we discussed this I got the feeling that most - if not all - owners of 3pt mounted backhoes have the same opinion.






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