Without the need to stop. However, if you run it in off mode
you will have to stop and turn it on and wait.
I don't disagree that the JD layout in the cab is superior.
However, is it worth another 10 to 12 thousand for a comparable
tractor. I suspect the resale on the JD is a little better.
i say look at the kubota 110 or the 126 they might be a little cheaper the 3pt lift fel lift spec the same as the 5070 with the 3pt lift assist cylinders
The "block style" hose connector for the loader is called a Multicoupler by John Deere. If you are going to take the loader off a lot, I highly recommend it. My JD6415 has the third function and it beats having to mess with six QCs any day. Expensive to retro fit, but not bad when buying new.
Thats a big price difference in price. I would get the New Holland. The New Holland will last just as long if not longer.
Where can I find the torque comparisons? NH doesn't provide much info only notes a 29 percent increase as I recall.
In case anyone is wondering, I bought none of the above and went with a JD6330.