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Re: Requesting Opinions!

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06-09-2014 19:12:26

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F3 most are hydro drive, jd 4400 were all gear drive, both are good machines, parts are still available for both of them, a lot of aftermarket parts as well. Heads are easier to find for the jd. I liked the f3 better if in rocky ground, thresher door will open if a rock enters , the f3 will probably cost more if it is in excellent condition and it is easier to work on. Also f3 was available with a power fold unload auger, jd 4420 also has this option. If I was looking at jd I would like the 4420 better. The john deere is a little easier to switch heads on and off but you can master the f3 also. I am neutral on this, have had both brands, but best combine I ever owned was a f3.

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06-14-2014 05:25:11

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 Re: Requesting Opinions! in reply to Jm42, 06-09-2014 19:12:26  
Might be a location thing, but the majority of the 4400's I have been around were hydrostats. also most of those were later models.

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06-17-2014 19:18:39

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 Re: Requesting Opinions! in reply to tractor300, 06-14-2014 05:25:11  
They never made a hydo 4400 or 4420.

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