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Re: Do I just get rid of my 4010 and buy a 4630?

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mike m

06-14-2013 16:04:41

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Those old cabs and sound gards had no good place for a rider or to hang onto. I fell out of a 4230 cab. Lucky the loader frame was there to bang into. Spent alot of hours sitting on flat top fenders and hanging on. Never been in new tractors,don't know if they have buddy seats or not?

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06-15-2013 04:22:09

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 Re: Do I just get rid of my 4010 and buy a 4630? in reply to mike m, 06-14-2013 16:04:41  
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Hey Mike,

Dad bought a 4430 brand new in the mid 70's. I came along in 80. As soon as I was old enough to toddle to the steps, I spent many hours on the left hand arm rest. The cloth in-cab seat armrest folds down flat and makes a sort of bench seat. Since then I have noticed that earlier soundgards had the original "deluxe" seat found on the 4020s. Maybe that's the seat you were thinking of...

You are right, though, that the newer models are about living room sized versus the little soundgard.

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Tx Jim

06-15-2013 03:59:26

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 Re: Do I just get rid of my 4010 and buy a 4630? in reply to mike m, 06-14-2013 16:04:41  
I think a SGB that has a good operating latch with the metal door frame is a whole lot safer that the newer tractors with a GLASS door. Newer tractors can have a buddy seat as a factory or field installed option.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:00:55 06/15/13.

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