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 06-19-2002, 13:50 Post: 39694
Billy
2002-06-19 13:50:09
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I got my new 4610 4 wheel drive with ehydro, R4's, FEL Friday. I LOVE it. I had a 4600 2wheel drive with collar shift. If all the electronic switches will hold up, this will be an excellent machine.

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 06-20-2002, 15:27 Post: 39720
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2002-06-20 00:00:00
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Hi,

I'm looking at a 4610 4WD with Power Reverser Collar Shift, 460FEL, and was wondering if you would mind telling me roughly what you paid. Prices avry widely around here. The only things I didn't like were the switches and the fiberglas/bending fenders.

Thanks!

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 06-21-2002, 08:18 Post: 39729
Billy
2002-06-21 00:00:00
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4610, 4wheel drive, ehydro, 460 FEL, arm rests, front work lights, back work light, light guards, telescoping draft links, automotive style cruise control, R4 tires. Total price with filing fee, insurance, loan fee, was $23,657.

Billy






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 06-22-2002, 10:28 Post: 39758
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Billy, I just saw a Deere ad in NRA Rifleman. Holy cow there is a sh--load of switches on that baby. I am going to have to get a new sales brochure to figger out what the heck they all do. Wonder how my tractor can run so good with only a couple switches.






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 06-22-2002, 10:55 Post: 39759
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Heck if I know, Mark! They are trying to get like cars, I guess. They shouldn't mess with something that works but then they wouldn't have anything to work on (and charge an arm and leg). That's what most of this boils down to, service after the sale.

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 06-22-2002, 11:04 Post: 39760
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I know what you are saying. I just traded in a 2000 Tacoma with a manual transmission, manual transfer case and manual hubs for a 2002 Tundra with push buttons for everything and an automatic tranny. Hope it all holds up.






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 06-22-2002, 11:54 Post: 39761
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I bet it'll hold up fine. The auto industry has been at it a while now, long enough to half way know what they are doing. I bought a new Bronco II back in 89, it had all that push button crap. I traded it after a couple of years. The guy that bought it had nothing but trouble. The 4wheel button quit several times. electronic radio quit, door locks and so on. I'm not knocking American made or ingenuity but those Toyotas and Nissans are good trucks. I've had several Nissans, even when they were Datsun and I've never had a problem with them.

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 06-22-2002, 12:36 Post: 39762
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I bought my first new Datsun in 1966. The total asking price was $1866.00 If I would have bought a sedan instead of a wagon I could have lowered the price by $200.00
One thing about automotive switches.... they are not sitting out in the weather. Keep your WD40 handy.






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 06-22-2002, 13:22 Post: 39763
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This is true about the switches but, if they would spend the extra 10 cents per switch for a waterproof one...

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