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 08-08-2003, 16:20 Post: 61288
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HAVE TEN HOURS ON THE NEW 4310,VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE CAPABILITYS OF IT.ONLY USED 5 GALLONS OF FUEL IN THE TEN HOURS,I LIKE THAT A LOT!! DID A LOT OF FEL WORK,ALL I CAN SAY IS SWEEEEET!! MOWED THE LAWN FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH IT AND DID IT IN HALF THE TIME THE OLD 9N WOULD TAKE.NO MORE BACK ACHES OR STRUGGLING WITH THE TURNS. HAVENT GOTTEN INTO BUSHOGGING WITH IT BUT WILL BE IN THE FALL WHEN THE BUGS DIE DOWN A BIT.DOING MORE LANDSCAPING THAN ANYTHING RIGHT NOW.WOULD LIKE A TWO BOTTOM PLOW IF I COULD FIND ONE CHEAP IN ROCHESTER N.Y. ITS A LITTLE LATE BUT I WOULD LIKE TO PUT SOME TYPE OF DEER PLOTS IN.






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 08-08-2003, 16:41 Post: 61289
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Sounds like you like yours as much as I like mine. The only problem I've had is poor traction with the R4 tires, and that's not a fault of the tractor. See the thread "I hate my R4s" if you're interested - the problem might be resolved with adjustment to tire pressure. I've mostly done bushhogging with mine and it has performed very, very well. It is much more stable on hills than I thought it would be - no puckering at all Smile






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 08-08-2003, 17:04 Post: 61294
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John check the machinery trader or the swap sheets. I get the one here in central, ny. Just saw a 2bottom but have no idea where the trader is was gonna get a new one this am but line too long at truck stop (2 people) and I was in a hurry.

Should be several large machinery auctions right along. Check with your dealer for locations.

Good Luck wid da new toy Harvey






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 08-09-2003, 13:08 Post: 61378
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John I found it!, NO NOT THAT!!! The plow: Two bottom plow 3-pt. hitch, $110 or BO; Fulton, NY 315?-598-8969.

Fulton is just NW Syracuse about an hour?

Good Luck Harvey






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 08-09-2003, 16:49 Post: 61384
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THANKS HARVEY,ILL GIVE HIM A CALL IN A MINUTE! HOPE ITS STILL THERE!! JOHN!






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 08-09-2003, 20:10 Post: 61400
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kw,im having fun for sure,it has made my life much easier as well!! got some horseshoes for my b-day so i need to put in a pit!! shouldnt take long with the jd. i understand your traction poblems,im learning a bit more everytime i run it though.have a ggod one.






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 08-10-2003, 06:57 Post: 61422
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Watch out for the normal wearing parts on the plow. Some older plows have gone past part availability and the points and shins and moldboards are not available at all. Yes you might be able to get by cutting one from another plow but that might not work good at all. The price is excellent if parts are available. We get about 500 for plows that do have available support systems.






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 08-10-2003, 16:58 Post: 61457
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Sorry did not consider it might not have parts avaiable. I biult a single bottom 3 ph from a OLD 2 botton trailer plow. It has an old cast point on it. I've proabably put more nickle rod into it then I should have but it works good for what little I use it.






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 08-10-2003, 17:06 Post: 61459
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thanks guys,i havent been able to get a hold of the guy yet so i dont know if its available or not but ill keep in mind the parts issue. any idea what size bottom plow is the max the 4310 can pull? thanks harvey,i do quite a bit of welding my self so maybe i can just do repairs on it if it come to that.






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