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Lifting capacity of 3010

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Jim Pollock

05-20-2020 06:51:08




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My son bought a woods side arm ditch mower. Just wondering if the 3010 would be able to operate it. I guess the mower weighs about 2,000 lbs with the counterweight.




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svcummins

05-20-2020 13:25:22




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 Re: Lifting capacity of 3010 in reply to Jim Pollock, 05-20-2020 06:51:08  
I donít know if a 3010 lifts less than a 3020 but my 3020 lifts and handles my 2800 pound power harrow fine



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david from Kansas

05-20-2020 08:08:52




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 Re: Lifting capacity of 3010 in reply to Jim Pollock, 05-20-2020 06:51:08  
Used one behind my 4020 years ago with no problem. Would guess that a 3010 could handle it OK. Give it a try.



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Jim Pollock

05-20-2020 08:37:11




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 Re: Lifting capacity of 3010 in reply to david from Kansas, 05-20-2020 08:08:52  
He has a 4010 but it only has 1 remote. I believe the mower requires 2. His 3010 has 2



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jim pollock

05-24-2020 17:55:26




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 Re: Lifting capacity of 3010 in reply to Jim Pollock, 05-20-2020 08:37:11  
we tried running it on the 3010 and it does do it but it seems awful heavy for it and you have to do almost all steering with the brakes. The 4010 runs it much better but it only has 1 set of remotes so we cant operate the extending tongue feature of the mower.



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