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 08-03-2000, 01:16 Post: 18486
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 B2410 Vs JD4100

Please give your thoughts on these two machines. I will be using for loader work and 60" mid mount deck. Currently the prices are with in $500 of each other.






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 08-04-2000, 20:47 Post: 18528
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I spent a solid year looking carefully at the 4100, TC21D and the B2410. I had owned a Deere 420 for 8 years and it never had anything go wrong! After we tried all three, the Deere seemed much more "together", solid, easy to use, great ergonomics. However, we did like the TC21D Boomer's sloping hood for visiblity out front. In the end, we went with the Deere due to a great Dealer, willingness to negotiate, although I sold the 420 on my own to get top dollar. The 4100 has about 40 hours on it now - runs flawlessly and the 410 loader is so easy to put on and take off. We opted for the rear 60" mower as I was sick of the hassle of removing/installing mid-mounts. Watch out, the Deere mower has multiple anti-scalp rollers, while other brands don't. All are good machines, but I guess I have green blood and every time I use it I just get more convinced of the correct decision. Good luck with yours!






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 08-04-2000, 21:18 Post: 18529
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 B2410 Vs JD4100

FJ45, it just depends on what you're most comfortable with (both tractor and dealer). Doug favors the John Deere, I'd favor the Kubota (had a B7100 about 4 years and now have a year old B2710 with nearly 200 hours on it), and I know folks who are very happy with their New Hollands.






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 08-05-2000, 14:56 Post: 18535
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You sure picked three good ones to compare! I think these are all destined to be classics, and that we will be seeing these models around for the next few decades. I'd favor the 4100 myself...not for any rational reason.....mostly because of the color.... but gotta admit that I did think that the NH was the best one to jump on and blast around. Lots of visibility and the thing handles like a super-quiet go cart. And for pure consistent quality and solid engineering I don't think you are going to beat the Kubotas. If I were to add a fourth model to your list it would be the 1200 series Masseys. It sure is a buyer's market in good compacts these last few years.






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