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730d se

10-16-2009 18:31:05
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I have often wondered what kind of special connections (not going to type the letters) had with JD.
The products that I own that were built by them leave much to be desired.
One would think that if you are in the business, you would be close to being correct on most details.
For example, I have a JD 440 ICD that was made by them. It is the coveted 2006 Dealer Collector Edition.
Short list of issues:
1. One track was on backwards (I corrected)
2. Has weight stack on the rear as a loader crawler but has a blade on the front.
3. Blade is a very poor attempt at the No 63 6 way.
4. Precleaner is wrong size, it is correct for the 440 IC.

One would expect much more from a company that does this all day long.

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10-24-2009 10:47:40
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 Re: Old major collector toy maker in reply to 730d se, 10-16-2009 18:31:05  
Yup,there was a "new" edition of a 3010 a while back that had one side of the engine gas and the other side diesel.



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