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Re: What's the story on 4030s?

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donjr

12-14-2013 13:05:51
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I replaced a 3020 with a 4030, and never looked back. That tractor became our big one for a few years as I was building, and did anything we asked of it at the time. The quad was a huge improvement over the synchro, and the overall machine was much more than a 2520- even though I have to admit, I still have the 2520. The only reason the 4030 got traded was for the loader. I moved to a 4x, and it got caught up in the trade, or it might still be around. I used it to cut and bale hay, plant and do most of the chores we do. Overall, great mid-sized tractor. And, if I spot one at a sale, I may just get another....

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jd2cylman

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 Re: What's the story on 4030s? in reply to donjr, 12-14-2013 13:05:51  
Our elderly neighbor to the east farmed 160 acres with a 4030 for a loooong time. That and a 730 gas. The only 2 tractors I ever remember him having. He even had a little Deere 5 shank disc chisel that I would love to try and pull with my 830...

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