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 11-04-2003, 00:54 Post: 67942
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 2310 TLB

Any experience w/ the 2310 TLB? Price? Considered Kub. BX22, but the specs on this on are better. Any info appreciated.






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 11-04-2003, 17:41 Post: 68001
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 2310 TLB

Maybe you should look at the B-7510 or a B-21 if you can use a tractor that big.






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 11-11-2003, 11:34 Post: 68485
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If you are looking for a sub-compact the GC2310 does out spec the BX22 & BX23. You have more digging depth and lift capacity. The B7510 and B21 would probably be overkill if your needs are met by the 2310. The GC2310 is a great tractor.






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 11-21-2003, 15:20 Post: 69285
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I'm going to try a 2310 tomorrow.
I was quoted $16,995 in New Hampshire.
Any other prices out there ?

Mark






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 11-22-2003, 09:04 Post: 69337
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I looked at the GC2310 a few weeks ago in Maryville, Tennessee (Tyler Brothers Farm Equipment). Price was $15,800.






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 11-22-2003, 22:40 Post: 69370
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I liked the GC 2310 but for my use I decided to go a little bigger after trying that machine. The dealer had a demo 1235 MF with FEL and backhoe with 26 hours 4 year warranty free pickup and delivery for service for life for $21500.
What a nice tractor it is. The four year and service commitment are the clinchers. I was impressed. Anyone else have a MF1235, The Agco ST30 is the same tractor.

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 01-09-2004, 10:02 Post: 73524
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I looked at a 2310 yesterday and had the dealer take the backhoe off so I could look at the 3-Pt. hitch.
The backhoe brackets got in the way of the lift arms so they would only open to 24", none of my existing 3-point equipment would fit at any position.
So, now I am thinking about buying a either a NH TC or one of the new TZs, I like New Holland anyway.
I did like the 22.5 HP on the MF.






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 01-11-2004, 12:21 Post: 73725
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Would your existing 3-Pt equipment have fit if it were not for the BH brackets? I am looking at the MF 2300 but I have a couple of existing rear blades I want to be able to use. Also, did you get a firm date on when the new TZs will be out?






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 11-11-2004, 21:52 Post: 100250
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this little guy is an awsome unit. and yes about 24 inches width at th 3 point if you have2310 "brackets" get in the way. one thing I warn you about is the hydrostatic oil filter placement is in the worst spot I have ever seen. if you plan to use this thing in rough areas be very careful or you may wind up with a $1100.00 bill such as I did. you have to remove entire transmission to replace filter holder. great design...way to go massey. hope your dealer will treat you better....






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 03-08-2005, 00:01 Post: 107507
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I know where there is a nice 5 month old one.Only 51 hours.
$ 14800 including a 4' box blade & 54'' MMM. How does that sound?






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