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Re: Step up from 850?

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02-18-2013 19:03:25

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You might look for one of the industrial x000 series with a ROPS.

A low center of gravity version might server you well for your use too.

Similar to this one that George recently "stole". 4110

Some of the industrial versions were made without 3 pt though, so watch for that.

On the other hand, sometimes the devil you know beats the devil you don't.

I have tractors here that I have more into than they'll ever be worth.

Except when I turn the key in sub-zero temperatures to plow snow.

When they start, like I know they will, they're worth every penny.

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Dan C in Maine

02-19-2013 04:20:19

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 Re: Step up from 850? in reply to Royse, 02-18-2013 19:03:25  
That's a good point. The 850 has been incredibly reliable. It's never not started, no matter how cold, and, within the limits of how I use it, it's never not moved what I hook it to.

And, I know the machine very well, so my comfort level is high.

Perhaps adding a rops is a beter choice in the long run.

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Ultradog MN

02-19-2013 04:14:56

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 Re: Step up from 850? in reply to Royse, 02-18-2013 19:03:25  
4110 is really just a 3000 with a little bit larger gas engine - 192 vs 158 ci.

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