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  1. #1
    Silver Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2005
    Case IH D40

    Default Traded 2810 for a 4020

    Well found out today that 2 forks in my clutch had broken off, so this is what caused my problems. I don't think this was engineer fault. I decided to trade my 2810 for a beefier 4020 that the dealer had on the lot since last year. It is new though. I think that for my services that the 4020 will be the better tractor plus I wanted more horses, b/c I have a 6 ft. bushhog that was a little tough on the 2810. Anyone out there with a 4020 and how has it been. Any turbo problems. I ended up paying $17100 w/ R-4 tires and rear remotes with a loader-BL 20. How's that sound.

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Osage County in Oklahoma green country
    Century 3045 (48 hp), R-4's, C50 HL loader, C-86 BackHoe, Cub Cadet Z-force 44 and 1042

    Default Re: Traded 2810 for a 4020

    I think that you are really going to be happy with your new 4020. From reading your past post it sounded like you work your tractors hard and I think you will really enjoy the extra HP and toughness of the 4020 over the 10 series. Congrats on your new purchase and you will have to let us know how much different the new Branson is over the old one with the extra HP and weight.

    May I never get so lazy that I dread pushing in a clutch.

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