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    New Member mr.offroad's Avatar
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    Default Old newbie, new to Deeres

    I've had a 7 acre hobby farm for 25 years, and never more than a POS Ford 600 gas tractor /Loader that leaked every fluid it ever had onto the ground within a week of running. Finally unloaded it , spent some real bucks, and have a real tractor! It's a JD 4410 with a 430 loader and 800 hrs. It's the eHydro and just a kick in the pants to operate. Getting back into enjoying my farm again.-downsized_0305001803-jpg
    Last edited by mr.offroad; 03-11-2010 at 10:24 AM.
    Brian

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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Hello mr. offroad and welcome to TBN
    Congrats on your new purchase,and yeah,hydro is a real kick in the pants I'm sure your 4410 will give you many hours of faithful work

    Greg
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    Super Star Member Egon's Avatar
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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Welcome!

    Enjoy the new tractor!
    Egon
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    Veteran Member Gizmo2's Avatar
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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Good for you. The right tool makes all the difference.
    Welcome to TBN!
    JD 2320, 200CX FEL/61" bucket , 46 BH/16" bucket, FEL Forks, 72" Snow Blade, Landscape Rake, Ballast Box, PHD, The Wife

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    Advertiser kennyd's Avatar
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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Welcome to TBN

    The 4410 is a fantastic machine-it will server you well

    It's a JD 4410 with a 530 loader
    Just clarification here, but it is a 430, not 530 loader.
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    JD 4310 eHydro,

    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Congratulations!! I have a 4310 and it has been a great tractor. Good Choice!!

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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Welcome to TBN! Nice tractor.... enjoy!
    Deere 4120 eHydro, 445 Hydro, 2210 Hydro, 320X Hydro, Kawasaki 3010 Mule. Lots of implements. I'm pretty sure this Deere addiction is a sickness!

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    New Member mr.offroad's Avatar
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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    I've never been one for "going green", but that's all changed now.
    Brian

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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Quote Originally Posted by mr.offroad View Post
    I've never been one for "going green", but that's all changed now.

    ME TOO! Nice tractor (great color!)
    If it isn't grown, it's mined.

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    Silver Member topstoy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Old newbie, new to Deeres

    Glad to see that you found this site. Lot's of good info here. Now that you have gone Green, so much for all the HD attire. I need to get you a JD hat at least! I am so happy for you after all these years. You deserve and needed a nice piece of equipment. Later, T

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