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 04-07-1999, 00:00 Post: 2554
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I just got a price on a JD 4200 that seems a bit high:JD 4200 with hydro, mid PTO, dual control valve, 4WD and turf tires for $14,600.Does anyone have something similar? Is the 4300 worth the extra money?Any feedback is appreciated!






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 04-07-1999, 00:00 Post: 2564




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Hey GregFirst off I don't want to get into a brand war, but you asked if someone had something similar. Did you mean similar in JD or model? If model I am purchasing a Kubota B2710. It is 27 hp with hydro, 4WD, and turf tires. Looking at the brochures I have from JD and Kubota the 4200 and B2710 are very similar. One difference is fuel, the 4200 is 10 gal. the B2710 is 6.9 gal. They both have 20 hp (hydro) at the PTO. The Kubota is 4 cyl. and the JD is 3 cyl. There is other minor ways they are alike and not alike, but I don't want to write a book. One difference for me was the weight difference. You are interested in turfs so I will assume you are mowing alot of acreage? I am, so I opted for the lighter Kubota at 1700 lbs. The 4200 is 2675 lbs. If you're doing alot of ag work you may want the JD for the weight and traction. Anyway I'll pay $14,500 for the Kubota with a LandPride 72" finish mower.Good luck, I know it's a tough decision!






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 04-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 2566




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Heck, for another $1K, you can have a B2710 with loader. Check carver Equip.






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 04-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 2571
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Greg,I bought a new 4200 Hydro w/ 420 loader and 60" mid mount mower. Tractor was about 13,500 as I recall, the total package was a few bucks over 18,000. I'm in OK and most all of the posts I've seen so far have been higher than mine so I think I got a really good price. My tractor is my primary finish mower but I also needed a front loader. One of the reasons I went with the JD was the front loader is so easy to get on and off. The main reason that's important is I didn't want the extra weight when mowing the front lawn (3-4 acres). The R-3 turfs seem to work well and not tear up the lawn. Make sure you're in 2WD and I wouldn't finish mow if the ground was real wet. The R-3's have worked pretty well in the mud and slop where I'm having a pond built. If you get a loader, make sure you at least get a ballast box(my dealer gave me one!) Hope this helps.






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 04-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 2582
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Paid $14,768 for 4200, 420 loader, R-4 tires, 5' Eagle box blade and bucket level indicator (FWD). Hydro was add $1,400. Included delivery and 50 hour service at my place. Got the hydro.






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 04-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 2592




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Greg,I bought a 4300, delivered in March. 12/12 sync reverser,4wd, folding ROPS, mid PTO, 420 loader, R4 tires --- $16550 + tax If I had to do it again I would probably opt for the HST - even with the 12/12 there is alot of clutching if your using the loader. At the time of purchase I think the HST was around 1k more.






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 04-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 2604
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sk,Where did you get your 4300? I'm in southeast Michigan and the tractors seem to be selling very quickly; especially this time of year. It would seem that you got a MUCH better price. I'll have to shop around more.Thanks-






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 04-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 2608
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Just got a quote from my JD dealer here in NW Ohio.JD model 790 4x4, turf tires SCU valve $11,885.JD model 4200 4x4, R4 tires, SCU valve $13,380. Add: $1550 for hydro Add: $3000 for 72" midmount mower w/mid PTO (JD) Add: $2400 for 72" 3pt mower (JD)Name of dealer: Liechty Farm Equip. 5270 St.Rt. 66 Archbold, Ohio 43502 419-445-1565






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 04-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 2610




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I went with the 4300 also after conversing via email with a few people through this and other groups, I got the feeling that it was worth the extra $ to get the extra HP. The machine should be here this week, I hope.I got the 4300 HST, mfwd, folding ROPS, R4, loader, backhoe, power beyond [for the hoe], 72" belly mower for $26,000. Not sure if it is a great price, but it was the best I found around here and the dealer is 10 miles away. I also got a quote from someone off of this board who would ship from either Tenn or Ark and it was something like $25,750 plus shipping. No break-out on the prices though, sorry. The quote I got for the 550 tiller was $2100. Not sure how good a deal that is.Doug






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 04-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 2627
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Greg Have you checked with Hoyt E. Whelan CO. They are located in Tecumseh, MI 49286 and have a phone number of 517-423-2133. They had 2 JD4200Hydro in stock and had a price of 14,600 with MFWD, R4 tires, mid PTO, Folding ROPS an a DSC valve. They were a big help to me.






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