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 05-30-1999, 00:00 Post: 4498
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 THE JD4100 IS AWESOME!!

I have had my JD4100 tractor for 3 monthes and love it. This is the most vesitile machine I have ever operated. I have a JD410 loader that I use for around the house landscaoing, general dirt moving, trail clearing in our woods, and manure moving. I have 4 horses and lots of manure. I have a 53" bucket on it, the bucket level indicator, hood guard, and the pallet forks. I can change from the bucket to the forks in about two min. I can take the whole thing off in about 2 min. for lawn mowing. I have the bar(R1) tires and they are the best. I rarley ever tear up the lawn with them and they give a ton of extra traction in loader operations. I also have the gear trans. which works perfect for me. I saved lot of money so I could buy more implements. I also have a Land Pride 60" rear blade that I use in conjunction with the loader. It offers great ballast(i also have chloride in rear tires) and can be reversed to push manure in to piles. It also has a tilt feature which is great to dig out stumps and ditch. I have many more attachments and all work great. I would like to hear from other JD4100 owners on their experiences with this fantastic machine.






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 05-31-1999, 00:00 Post: 4530
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You have 3 postings on this site all telling a different story, whats up with that?






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 06-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 4592
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The day after you said you owned a 4100 for 3 months you're asking for advice on purchasing one?






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 06-05-1999, 00:00 Post: 4741
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i have a 4100 gear drive and love it. it has about 150 hoursjohn deere rules






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 07-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 5847
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What pallet forks for the 410 JD Loader??? I've been looking at a 4100 with the loader and they say there isn't one, except for the oversized one made for the larger tractors! With it attached you only have 285 pounds of lifting capacity left. Heck, I can lift that much. I would be very interested in knowing if there is a smaller, lighter weight quick connect pallet fork for the 410 loader???Thanks






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