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 02-06-2006, 14:22 Post: 124136
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Hello everyone

I just purchased a 3320 ehydro and I want to know if the Motion Match feature is a standard feature or a option. The JD website shows it as a feature and does not state it as being an option. All of the other ad ons specify the fact that they are options. I was expecting my tractor to be equiped with MotionMatch and it came without it. My dealer says it is a Dealer installed option that I will have to pay for.
Can anyone clarify this for me?
Thanks in advance,
David Rutherford






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 04-01-2006, 14:24 Post: 127008
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Just took a test drive today. Man is that a sweet tractor. IMO, I like the fact that you take you foot of the hydro and it stops. I also like the fact that you can brake steer.






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 04-03-2006, 06:38 Post: 127058
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 3320 hydro MotionMatch option or standard equip?

Congrats on your purchase, I purchased a 3120 last fall. For what it's worth, mine only came with loadmatch, a feature I leave on all the time. I'm sure you will like your 3320. I've been real satisfied with mine.






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 04-04-2006, 09:23 Post: 127160
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Bigbouey,
What did you pay for your 3320, and with what attachments?






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 04-04-2006, 11:40 Post: 127168
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Hello StephenR,

I purchased my tractor with E-Hydro, 300cx loader with a 4 in 1 bucket, I-Match hitch, and the larger r4 tires. The total cost was just under 21000. If you get a loader go with the 300cx, it's easy to remove. The best part of the whole deal is the 4 in 1 bucket. You will lose a little lift capacity due to the weight of the bucket but the advantages far outway the loss. Just the time you save climbing on and off to move things will convince you of the 4 in 1's worth.
So far I have put 90+ hours on it and I can't say enough good things about it, it works great. Plenty of power for my 2 bottom plow, 5' disc, 5' bushhog, 5' boxblade and post hole auger. I purchased a new 2005 Farmtrac 535 in Jan of 04, it was good when it was working but the constant breakdowns (9 in 10 months, only 64hrs on it when I sold it) kept me at the shop more than in the field. The farmtrac out-weighed the 3320 about a 1000 pounds and had about 3 more HP but the 3320 is far more powerful. The ease of use and productivity with the E-hydro and smaller turn radius makes the Farmtrac seem like like big slow monster. I learned the hard way, stay away from the wanna-be brands with great sounding warranties and attractive $price tags. Spend the extra money for Deere, Kubota, or NH. You will not regret it.






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 04-04-2006, 13:38 Post: 127184
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John Deere is offering 0% for 3yrs. Doing the math, that's a better deal than buying a slightly used machine. I'm waiting for the dealer to get back to me on a price, the salesman on Saturday, when I test drove it was useless. I agree, it seemed like a very competent machine. Good luck with yours.






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