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    Gold Member BuzzardA91's Avatar
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    JD 4105. 375 Backhoe. 2005 Polaris Ranger

    Default Re: JD 3320 vs 4105

    Totally agree. Did not for a few reasons. It is very costly and can be added later for same price. I did not go SSQA based on one of threads. Skid steer stuff is just too heavy and JD doesn't make CUT size yet. The forks were free and JDQA so I figured what I saved on forks I would go with a JDQA grapple if needed, more appropriate weight, and add hydraulics then.

    Thanks

  2. #42
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    Hanomag

    Default Re: JD 3320 vs 4105

    That works too. The forks will help in moving stumps and brush.

    Looking forward to pics when your new baby gets home.

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