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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Good point above about the diverter. My neighbor has a Top N Tilt setup for his 4320 and it is really, really nice. Expensive addition though, but if I had to do it again, I wouldn't think twice I would just order it. As for the rear ballast, why not just get beet juice/rim guard added to the tires and hang a box blade or something off the rear like suggested above? The wheel weights for me were too overpriced, but will certainly work for sure.
    2007 JD 3520, PR, 300CX
    2012 x300

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinsph View Post
    I would recommend six rear wheel weights and the diverter kit for extra rear hydraulics. Might also wan't to consider a heavy boxblade in lieu of the weight box.
    I agree a couple more rear hydraulic remotes would be nice, but you don't have to go the "diverter" route starting MY2011. With open station units only, you can have 2 independant, lever operated rear remotes. It's allot cheaper and simpler than the diverter, and is handier than the joystick for rear implements. You can see a picture in my post above. If you need even more hydraulics, you can install the diverter as well.
    I thought about a box scraper for ballast, and I think it would be a good idea for some, but I didn't want the extra width for maneuvering purposes.

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    Hey congrats you will be very happy with that tractor. I do agree with the other post about being hung up on wether o or he tractor comes from the factory.

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    Sorry hit the send button before I finished.


    When I purchased my 4300 they had to order it. It took several months. When I purchased my 3720 cab tractor it came from another dealer. It was fine and sometimes you will get more then you bargain for.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Took delivery at about noon EDT today... and I'm having a blast!

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    Thanks guys, I sure do appreciate y'all.

    Mike

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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rekees4300 View Post
    Nice!
    Ditto
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    Sweet!
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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinsph View Post
    I would recommend six rear wheel weights and the diverter kit for extra rear hydraulics. Might also wan't to consider a heavy boxblade in lieu of the weight box.
    That's what I did...box scraper in lieu of weight box. You're gonna LOVE the air ride seat!! (I got one on my 4720 after I didn't have one on my 4320). I had the regular bucket on the 4320 and got the HD bucket for the 4720...huge improvement, smart move on your part!! Please consider a hydraulic top link. I use mine ALL the time to adjust the float of my MX6, the bite of the box scraper, the level of my carry all...really handy. Good luck and have a great time!
    Mark

    JD 4720, 400X FEL, JD MX6 Brush Cutter, 72" JD 7-Iron MM mower, 7ft Farm King disk, 6ft LandPride scraper/pulverizer, 7ft King Kutter II rotary tiller, 7ft King Kutter landscape rake, 6ft Buhler box scraper, 2-row Yetter planter, 3pt quick hitch, 3pt trailer hitch lift, 3pt carryall, Hydraulic top link, Wallenstein BX62 chipper

    JD X720, 60" 7-Iron mower, 47" front-mount snowblower.

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    Default Re: Buying a (hopefully) new 4320

    Congrats! Sweet lookin' machine! And, it's set up very well - you'll have a lot of great seat time!

    AKfish
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