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 05-31-2004, 22:30 Post: 87391
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

A salesman at the local dealer told me JD has already demo'ed new versions of the 4000 CUT's for reps from dealerships. He said:
- The top end is 4720 (?) and will be 53 hp
- FEL's are all new
- Lots of new standard features
Wouldn't say when the public gets a taste. Anyone heard any more?
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 06-10-2004, 00:38 Post: 88210
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

I heard that the hoods will be a different shape to allow
room for a A/C compressor?






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 06-10-2004, 05:28 Post: 88218
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

The new twenty series model numbers sure are confusing. The smallest of the new models is the 4120 (43 HP) which would seem to indicate it being a newer model of a 4110 and the 4320 (48 HP) as being a new version of a 4310, but there not. All the twenty series announced so far are large frame 4000 series. I fully expected a cab with air and heat as an option, but so far I haven't seen that mentioned. Frank.






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 06-10-2004, 07:23 Post: 88230
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

Deere appears to be re-aligning the model number series of CUTs to be more consistent with the rest of their tractors, i.e. the progressively larger 5000, 6000, 7000, etc., series tractors. 4000's will now be large frame CUTs, eventually mid-sized CUTs (todays 4210-4410) will become 3000 series, and smaller CUTs 2000's.

Cab version 4000 Twentys are expected out by the end of the year.

All of the new 4000 Twentys combine 4-cylinder Deere turbodiesels once used in their skidsteers with (mostly) the back end of the ex-Yanmar drivetrains.

Power is up, in some cases way up - especially torque but the rest of the tractor mechanically appears to be 95% unchanged. A few former options have been dropped (no 2WD so hence no sync-reverser versions), a few options were combined into single 'packages' and one or two are now standard.

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 06-10-2004, 18:13 Post: 88262
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

I've been told Deere is going to do away with some of the electronics that were introduced on the 10 series.

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 06-10-2004, 18:28 Post: 88263
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

Interesting. Did you hear that they were eliminating features? Or are they consolidating the functions among fewer controllers? I know that I never have a need to use the SpeedMatch or MotionMatch features, but I think those are just software features that use the same controller as LoadMatch. I'd hate to see them eliminate LoadMatch.






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 06-11-2004, 11:18 Post: 88318
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

Out of curiosity I called my JD dealer and priced a new 4720 with R4s and the new loader. The "without haggling" price was $27,500. Doesn't sound too bad, if you say it real fast.






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 06-14-2004, 00:11 Post: 88445
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 Deere's new 4x20 series ?

OUCH! Sounds pretty spendy when compared to other colors!
I like hearing a cab may be in the future for some of these smaller tractors. If JD leads the way I am sure the rest will follow, just like the new higher hp has been added to JD's line.






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