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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Sep 2002
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    21
    Tractor
    JD 4110

    Default Buy a JD4010 vs. JD4110

    I have driven several JD model compacts and like the 4010 and 4110 for size and price.

    I have priced the following configurations from a local dealer. The configuration is as follows:

    4010 - $11,645 (18.5 HP, HST)
    60" belly mower
    48" LX4 rotary cutter with slip clutch
    Hydraulics for future implements (FEL, blade, etc.)

    4110 - $13,395 (21 HP, HST, and rebates)
    60" belly mower
    48" LX4 rotary cutter with slip clutch
    Hydraulics for future implements (FEL, blade, etc.)

    I plan to mow 2 acres and bush hog 3 acres with slopes.

    Should I buy the 4010 or 4110? I don't know if I really need the extra HP in the 4410. Driving them at the dealer doesn't help me know.

    Has anyone bought a 4010 and wished they had spent the extra for the 4110?

  2. #2

    Default Re: Buy a JD4010 vs. JD4110

    If you have to cut thick deep grass with a 60" MM the 4110 would be a better choice. A 54" MM would be a safer bet on a 4010 under the same conditions. John

  3. #3
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    Join Date
    Aug 2002
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    Location
    Derry , NH
    Tractor
    2002 JD4110 HST

    Default Re: Buy a JD4010 vs. JD4110

    My understanding is that the 4010 is more geared towards the kubota BX series. I recently purchased the 4110 , if you look at the specs for both the 4010 and 4110 you will see a big difference in hydro fluid flow , which can have an effect of attachment performance. To me the extra $ is worth it for the increased HP. Get all the machine you can afford now. My 4110 has the 410 FEL and filled R4's.

    Go with the 4110 , you'll be glad you did

    Mark

  4. #4

    Join Date
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    JD 4110

    Default Re: Buy a JD4010 vs. JD4110

    Thanks for the advice. I ordered the 4110 yesterday.

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