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 05-26-2005, 15:41 Post: 111574
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 Help please 4110 4115 or bigger

I am a newbie, so please forgive my missue of the traditional JD terminology.

I am looking to purchase my first tractor and I have no real idea which to choose, hopefully this posting will help me.

I have 6 acres (2 high, 3 low, 1 wet). I have a number (30+) of trees to cut and move, open lowland to till up for deer food plots. I am want a front loader and 3pt tiller with the tractor for this year, and thinking about (if possible) using a log splitter (next yr purchase).

I have numerous large landscaping projects such as moving black dirt, sand, gravel, woodchips, retaining wall blocks and large boulders and landscaping rocks.

I beleive 4wd is necessary. Hydrostatic sounds good.

No MMM, for now (next year). I am thinking R4 tires. No clue about which horsepower (2210 has 23...sounds better then 4x10's series but....). The 4115 has 24 but would the 4110 do just fine?

Ok there you have my chores.......can anyone help me focus in or do I need to look at 4210 or 4310? I would like to get out the door around $17,000 +- $2000. Also, do JD deal or are the prices set by JD corporation?

btw, I had a quick quote from one local JD dealer for the 4110 tractor alone for $14,000.....gut check on his price...high or low?
Thank you for any help.
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 05-26-2005, 17:22 Post: 111577
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Yes 4wh. drive is necessary, and R-4's are a good choice for the landscaping plus they seldom do any damage on turf. A hydro drive is nice, but far from necesary, I've used 12/12 reversers for years and got along just fine. From the sound of the type work you want to do I think you'd be happier with a 4300/4310, that gets you into the midframe size tractor and would be a lot safer with a loader, plus it will handle the # 48 backhoe just fine. I doubt that any new 4310's are available, but nothing wrong with a nice used one. I haven't kept up on used prices, but you probably could get in the door for not much more than the 4110. Good luck. Frank.






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 05-26-2005, 17:36 Post: 111578
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Sorry, I did forget one of your questions. Far as I know Deere dealers are free to work out whatever price the both of you can live with. Frank.






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 05-27-2005, 09:50 Post: 111591
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 Help please 4110 4115 or bigger

I agree that 4WD is a must. Because it sounds like you want to do some pretty serious loadr work I would also agree with getting the larger fram tractor. The 4310 is a 1000lbs heavier than the 4115. That will make a huge difference in your ability to do loader work.

I do disagree with hardwood on the transmision though. I would not even consider buying a tractor of this size without hydrostatic.






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 05-27-2005, 09:58 Post: 111592
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4110 4-Wheel Drive Tractor Suggested List Price...$12859.00

assuming a bare bones tractor, $14K is way above suggested list!!

Find the 4110 on the Deere web site and click on "build your 4110" the prices are there. After you get the total shoot for a 10 percent discount off the package.






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 05-27-2005, 10:58 Post: 111598
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 Help please 4110 4115 or bigger

Before saying anything about which size tractor: How big are the trees you are cutting (i.e trunk diameter and length). How much dirt, etc. are you trying to move and how much at a time.

My guess is you could use a bigger tractor like a 4310/4410 (medium frame tractor) but don't have enough green in your budget! If your tree trunks are like 2' diameter and trying to pull out some 16' length boards, I'd recommend a large frame tractor. Likewise, large boulders (2 1/2'-3' diameter rock weighs about 1,000 to 1,500 lbs. or more depending upon density and type of rock) are difficult to lift and move requiring a substantial loader.

Hardwood has a good suggestion of looking at something used. The hydro is really nice but that is about $2,500.00/$3,000.00 or so out of your budget. Depends how much this stuff is worth to you. A nice used 4510 with 12/12 PowrReverser in 4WD version sure would haul, lift and push some good sized stuff!






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 05-28-2005, 06:09 Post: 111620
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I have a 4110 gear with 14 acres and I love it. My opinion is that it all comes down to how much you want to spend, and how fast you NEED to get things done. I settled on the 4110 because I got a very good deal on it new, and I am in no rush to do things around the house, if anything I "try" to make it a fun hobby.

That being said, if you are willing to spend more money, you will almost never ever regret going bigger. If I had wanted to spend more, I certainly would have gotten a 42 or 4310.

ps The engine in the 2210 is the same as 4110, just rated at different RPM thus the diff. HP and unless you are mowing lawns a lot with it, a 2210 does not compare to a 4110 for the money IMO.






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 05-28-2005, 08:24 Post: 111624
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Re: pricing the 4110
Yes, I'd use the 'Build Your' feature on the Deere website to get full list price, but as far as dealer discount goes,that seems to vary regionally and dealer-to-dealer from 10-20%. In my case, my new 4120 package with FEL and BH was discounted 14%. Setup charges, etc. will also vary among dealers. I'd definately include the quality and reputation of the dealer in my decision. What with 0% financing through JD, paying slightly more to buy from an excellent dealer won't be that visible in your pocketbook, but the benefits of a top-notch dealer will surely be visible.






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 06-01-2005, 16:42 Post: 111826
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I have a 4115 and a 46 Backhoe, I am absolutely amazed at the work I have done. I have moved boulders and buried the bigger ones, I have cleared rocks and dirt and dug trenches etc. Great Tractor for that.
I priced a 3 pt Log Splitter and found out I would be paying up around 2000 for it, reason? You need at least 12 gpm flow to operate them, the 4115 only has 7.3. So I am buying a stand alone one.
I have a front loaded and with my BH attached I am pretty steady and able to do some damage to some awesome big piles of dirt of rock. I also own some wet areas and grow big skeeters, I have been belly hung already and thank God for a nearby tree and a portable 6000 pound winch.
My vote is for the 4115






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 06-01-2005, 18:54 Post: 111831
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I forgot to mention,
I got the JD 4115 with FEL, R4s, 46 BH, 46 Tiler, 6 ft Frontier Scraper blade, folding ROPS, tech nabual, cover and loaded tires, for a total sum of $24100.
Needless to say, I felt I got a Great deal. If you subtract the 46 BH you would be at around $18500 and if you subtract the tiler, you would be in the high 17s.






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