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    Default Re: Adding loader 2010 5055e

    Quote Originally Posted by kittyhawk View Post
    I recently looked at a used 5055e at a local dealer it came without a loader. Dealer quoted me $6500 turn key to instant a 210 loader.
    So if I could find a 5055e for $10,000 and have $6500 in the loader thatē—“ significantly cheaper prices that im finding in my area.
    Good luck.
    That is not the case, mid mount valves and the controls are not a base feature for this tractor, it's not a lot only about $1,200 for factory install but for the price only shopper $1,200 is a lot. It is almost never the same amount to field install components as it is for factory installed components. Always be very careful when buying any tractor that you can not 100% verify that it is loader ready, as there is most likely a reason that the pricing is intriguing. Now the e series is a relatively basic tractor so the pricing is not going to be terribly out of wack, it's not until you get into high end ag tractors that the pricing gets downright crazy to re-configure after the fact.

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    Default Re: Adding loader 2010 5055e

    Quote Originally Posted by MORRISONSTEEL View Post
    That is not the case, mid mount valves and the controls are not a base feature for this tractor, it's not a lot only about $1,200 for factory install but for the price only shopper $1,200 is a lot. It is almost never the same amount to field install components as it is for factory installed components. Always be very careful when buying any tractor that you can not 100% verify that it is loader ready, as there is most likely a reason that the pricing is intriguing. Now the e series is a relatively basic tractor so the pricing is not going to be terribly out of wack, it's not until you get into high end ag tractors that the pricing gets downright crazy to re-configure after the fact.
    MFWD and loader joystick were standard on the 5045E and 5055E and optional on 5065E and 5075E, at least when I built online, shopped in person with Deere for the Tier II tractors (Flat top fenders), which a 2010 should be. This likely changed when the Pollution garbage models (round fenders) came out. I actually looked at buying a used loaderless 5055E with 100 hours in it, had the unused loader joystick on it, as did every single 5055E I saw. Was just a case of buying the 553 loader and brackets and bolting it right up.

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