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 11-01-2000, 22:51 Post: 21135
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 '97 JD 955 vs '99 JD 4300

I have been searching for a low hour tractor with a 72" belly mower and am trying to decide between the following.'97 JD 955, 32hp 4WD Hydro, w/125 hoursvs'99 JD 4300, 32hp 4WD Standard, w/150hrsBoth have a 72" belly mower and are in excellent condition. They both would also accomodate the loader I will want later on,and both are priced at $15,500.Any opinions on which would be the better buy would be much appreciated. I am ready to buy now but as a novice I am having a hard time deciding.






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 11-02-2000, 22:19 Post: 21174
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 '97 JD 955 vs '99 JD 4300

Since no body has commented yet, I guess I will. The only thing that comes to mind is the 4300 have the new front axle under it? That would be the deciding factor for me. The 4000 seires tractors have alot more 3 point and loader lift than the 955. But on the other side of the coin. the 7-8- & 955 tractors have proved to be die hards. The decsion is yours. Thats my 2 cents






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