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    Price check please.

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    I believe the CT335 is/was the DK35. It was discontinued last year, you'd be hard pressed to find a dealer with a cabbed model still in stock, either for Bobcat or Kioti. Can't help you with price, my DK45 cab was in the $35K range all in, but I'm in the great white north.

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    My dealer has one on the lot that can be delivered today if we jump on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamondpilot View Post
    My dealer has one on the lot that can be delivered today if we jump on it.

    Chris
    There's not many left from what I've been told by my dealer, but that's here. I think mine is the cats azz, the cab is incredible, very quiet, very comfortable etc. My dealer did say that the A/C does take it's toll on the 35 since it steals 5-7hp, but I wouldn't think it'd be much of an issue.

    I don't know what a good price would be, but my dealer said it's about $6K - $6.5K for the cab over the non cab version. Like I said, a DK45 HST Cab is just north of $32K + tax in Ontario, probably just under $30K for a DK40 HST Cab. I'd use that as a bit of a guide, you want to save a fair bit over the CT340 since it will come with a much more powerful loader (if it's like Kioti), although the hp is almost the same.

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    Website says $27500.

    They're running the free loader promo right now.
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    You also need to know that the loader on the 335 is only rated for 200lbs more than the 235. Step up to the 440/445 and the loader capacity jumps another 700lbs. So you can see why they are hard to move.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcartwri View Post
    You also need to know that the loader on the 335 is only rated for 200lbs more than the 235. Step up to the 440/445 and the loader capacity jumps another 700lbs. So you can see why they are hard to move.
    What are the #'s? The CK27/30/35 (CT223/230/235) is 1200#, the DK35 (CT335) jumps a little to 1600# and then the DK40/45/50 (CT440/445) soars to 2700#. It seems strange the CT440/445 is only 900# more than the CT225/230/235.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiotiken View Post
    What are the #'s? The CK27/30/35 (CT223/230/235) is 1200#, the DK35 (CT335) jumps a little to 1600# and then the DK40/45/50 (CT440/445) soars to 2700#. It seems strange the CT440/445 is only 900# more than the CT225/230/235.
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    Chris,
    If the lift capacity of the CT335 is close to the DK35, you'll probably be just fine unless a large FEL capacity is your goal. The loader on my CK30 was a couple hundred pounds short of my needs, the DK35 would have been just fine. Other than larger front tires and axle and a smaller FEL, the CT335 is the exact same tractor as the CT440/445/450, and they are brutes. The CT335 is also only a couple hp short of the CT440 anyway, so if it's PTO stuff you're looking to do, you won't see a difference. I would be looking for a large enough difference between the price your dealer is giving and the price of a CT440.

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    Well looks like $24,000 cash is the best they can do.

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