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 06-18-2003, 23:32 Post: 57978
jonw
2003-06-18 23:32:38
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 2210 or go for it

I'm really split between the 2210 and the 4115. My dealer made a good quote of 16,500 for a 4115 w? 410 FEL and 62C MMM. Its $2600 more than similarly equipped 2210. If I can afford it is it worth it? I haven't had an acerage or tractor before and was afraid the 2210 loader wouldn't do any more than move mulch.






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 06-19-2003, 05:58 Post: 57985
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That was my thoughts on the 2210 loader before I bought one. Trust me they will move more than mulch. I have moved some pretty substantial rock, dirt, clay etc. with mine. I personally like the 4115 as well but in my area the dealers I spoke to recommended staying away from the 4115 just because it is not a very popular model here. I have never seen one at any dealer in my area. In defense of the 4115 I am not positive but I think it might be a one piece tractor frame Vs the 2 piece Garden style frame of the 2210. It is also heavier. They are both nice machines but I am very happy with the 2210.






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 06-19-2003, 20:49 Post: 58032
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Thanks for the recommendation. I really havenít seen the 4115 either. Dealer says it is due in any time now. He is checking on the exact date and will let me know when they will have it. If he doesnít come up with it w/ in the next month Iíll probably go with the 2210.






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 06-20-2003, 06:08 Post: 58047
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 2210 or go for it

The tough part on the 2210 is that their aren't many available due to all of the orders that are waiting to be filled. At least in our area. I was talking to the dealer the other day and he said he cant get another 2210 delivered untill mid august. I heard that a mutiple dealership owner north of us placed a oreder for 100 machines. I guess they are selling pretty good. You didn't say what your intended use was but I would certainly consider stepping up to the medium frame of the 4210 if you are considering the 4115.






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 06-22-2003, 22:02 Post: 58143
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2003-06-22 00:00:00
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 2210 or go for it

I have the 2210 as well, and have been more than pleased with the loader. I have been moving, and digging dirt as well as gravel. Haven't found anything yet it won't handle. The specs. indicate that it will pick-up over 600 pounds, and it does every bit of that. The tractor is also heavy enough to dig as well. I gave $12,500. for mine with a 62" deck and loader.






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 06-25-2003, 16:13 Post: 58291
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Hi I am trying to track a 2210 at that price ,can you tell me were you purchased it. thanks gene






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 06-26-2003, 23:48 Post: 58407
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David and Doc, thanks for the advice. Breadboy I have a quote of 13400 with the mower and fel but I had to remind the dealer about the rebate on the attachments. That ends first week in July along with the 0% financing. There seem to deliveries but they are spotty. My dealer has several but I wonít probably try and push the 12500 price.






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 06-27-2003, 01:31 Post: 58408
Craig Turner
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David,

Where are you from? I think I will drove to your area to buy the 2210 as it is alot cheaper than it is here..I am serious too....Really.....If you don't mind telling me, I would like to contact your dealer and buy one.

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 06-27-2003, 06:07 Post: 58411
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 2210 or go for it

In SE michigan you will get close to that price. I do not know about the rebates currently but I have seen several post that they got the mower for around 1,000 in a package. The tractor with SCV is $9,500 plus $2,000 for the FEL. Theese prices do not include tax or delivery and also that was earlier in the season. Now you might be hard pressed to find a dealer who will offer as good of a price due to the Demand. None of the dealers here have them on the lot now that sold at theese prices eralier in the season. I have heard that they will by auguast though.






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 06-27-2003, 08:02 Post: 58416
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2003-06-27 00:00:00
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 2210 or go for it

I looked at both the 2210 and the 4115. I went for the 4115 and I am real glad I made the choice. First off the 2210 only comes with AG or turf tires and I wanted the Industrial style tires (best of both worlds)The 4115 has a one piece frame and is a much heaver machine. The front loader handles a lot more weight and makes it look easy. The 3 point hitch can carry over a 1000 pounds. The 4115 is a Work tractor compared to a large Lawn style tractor you can move more and do more work with the 4115. This little tractor is a power packed little champ I am real pleased with my purchase. For the extra couple of grand it was a huge step up. E-mail if you want more info on the 4115 Drclock1@bellsouth.net
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