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Re: oc 46 3g

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OC4 a "tad smaller and lighter" then a Deere 350? That's a bit of an understatement. OC4 weighs around 4000 lbs. with no attachments. A Deere 350 weighs twice that at 7900 to 8400 lbs. bare. Even a Deere 1010 is near twice the weight. An OC4 if compared to a Deere is closer to a 420 crawler in weight and power. A 350 has a heck of a lot more pushing power to go with the weight when compared to an OC4. Bigger final drives, much beefier transmission, and also a hydraulic-clutched powershift reverser (if ordered that way). Bigger engine, more horsepower and more torque. OC4 is a good machine for what it is, but it's nowhere near the machine a 350 is. In regard to prices - in my area of central NY I come across OC4s now and then in the $1000 price-range in poor condition but complete. I've found plenty of Deere 350s for $2500-$3000 in running but "needy" condition. 350s are prone to broken side-frames, broken finals, and a "bad connection" between the reverser and transmission.

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