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 02-28-2004, 11:29 Post: 78169
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Just wanted to say thanks to all who gave me advice when I asked for it. I could not find the thread for some reason to simply post it there but one of my main issues was gear vs. hydro. It basically came out that hydro was better for sure and I do see why. BUT, I ended up getting what I consider a very sweet deal ($11,500 with 410 loader) on the gear model, so I had to grab it. I tried it out and it works sweet, also the loader easily does two functions at once (another concern of mine) despite an opinion I read somewhere to the contrary.

Anyway I can't wait for her to arrive later this week....something I found INCREDIBLY ODD was that the dealer (he could be reading this right now) has to go to another state to get me AG tires, and he said I was just about the only one to want AG tires in 3 years of selling CUTs!

Also I went to another dealer and he said he couldn't even FIND a 4110gear to sell me closer than IDAHO! (I live in Maine) The dealer I finally bought from had 4 right there and it seems they are few and far between (??) so I grabbed one.






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 02-28-2004, 11:39 Post: 78171
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DennoAce, congratulations on a fine tractor and purchase! Depending on where you are located; you may want to consider having the dealer installing an engine block heater kit. The worklight kits are another really handy option as well. Get both front and rear facing work lights. Now is the best time to negotiate the best price on impliments if you hand any thoughts of buying them as well. Enjoy!






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 02-28-2004, 11:40 Post: 78172
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Congratulations on your new tractor! Hope you enjoy it.

Tires are sort of funny. My dealer told me that in 2002 they couldn't sell tractors with R4s and the very next year they couldn't sell tractors with R1s. Goes in cycles I guess.






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 02-28-2004, 13:33 Post: 78183
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Was that the special in Uncle Henry's? Chad Little?






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 02-28-2004, 14:01 Post: 78185
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- Thanks for the advice and salutations guys. I am too cheap to buy any attachments now although you are right. I was gonna get the heater thrown in but thought I would see how it goes. They seem to start very well anyway? I may put one in later myself. I asked the price on a 46 hoe and there is NO WAY I am spending $5k on a backhoe. I will build one myself someday.

- Grinder, yes it is the Uncle Henry's deal. Are you a dealer? Or just looking? I assume you are from Maine in any case...where from? I am near Augusta.






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 02-28-2004, 17:08 Post: 78205
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Hi Denno,

You gonna love you machine for sure...I have the GEAR JD 4100 and I remember your post and commented in it as well. I guess I painted a picture on the gear models as being not desirable or capable. Thats far from what I was trying to say. The gear is a great machine and very capable, and the hydro has advantages. But it better to have a machine you like regardless, and I love mine...
As for Implements to more you can get now the more money you can save. Otherwise Corriher has some great prices !
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 02-28-2004, 20:11 Post: 78213
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I miss my 4100 Gear sometimes. I had a lot of fun on that tractor.

Ducati, I never asked.... what sort of tires do you have on yours?






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 02-28-2004, 21:14 Post: 78218
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I'm surprised you still miss your 4100 gear!! I have the R4's and they are CaCl filled w/ tubes..

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 02-28-2004, 22:27 Post: 78225
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I guess it is inherently a little more "tractor like" with all those levers and pedals. Kinda like learning to play a pipe organ and then stepping down to a keyboard......

Anyway, DENNO: If'n you don't mind to much, why do you want R-1's? Trips to the woodlot?






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 02-29-2004, 04:19 Post: 78236
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No,I'm not a dealer,I was just curious.I looked everywhere
last summer and fall at tractors. I missed them somehow.
I thought that was a great deal on that tractor! I ended
up with a Kubota 7500,nice machine but now that I have it I wish I had something with a hoe,and maybe a little bigger.
How are those guy's to deal with?
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