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    Default New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Well, the big trade went through and I think the 3720 is going to fit my needs much better than the 4320. Today I tested everything out and I think we're good to go.

    I really like the R3 turfs and think they'll be me much better on the lawn next year when I get the auto-connect 72" deck. For now I'll be testing them out with the front mount blower, course now it won't snow

    Fresh off the truck!





    Before the blower switch.



    Naked



    Front blower!



    JD 3720 Premium Cab, 300CX, 59" Front Mt. Blower, 72d MMM auto-connect deck.

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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Congratulations. It looks great.
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    Congratulations. Very nice rig. Hope you like yours as much as I do mine (identical 2007 model with R4's). It will move snow like nothing else and you'll be very happy with the MMM.

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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Very nice! I purchased a similar setup this summer. So far the R3s have worked great for me whether cutting the lawn or out in the field. I had R1s on the New Holland I traded in so I wasn't sure I would like the R3s, but now I really like them. The 72D Autoconnect is fantastic! Once it is adjusted it comes on and off in minutes. The cut is very nice too.
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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Congrats, Great looking Tractor that is, but as you said It probally won't snow because you now have the snow blower--------------yeah right! Just wait, maybe. Last year I bought a LA2674 for my Grand L3540, not used yet. Hoping to get a real workout this year though, can't stand the fact that Gore is smiling.
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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE R View Post
    Congratulations. It looks great.
    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyside360 View Post
    Congratulations. Very nice rig. Hope you like yours as much as I do mine (identical 2007 model with R4's). It will move snow like nothing else and you'll be very happy with the MMM.
    Quote Originally Posted by dschuffert View Post
    Very nice! I purchased a similar setup this summer. So far the R3s have worked great for me whether cutting the lawn or out in the field. I had R1s on the New Holland I traded in so I wasn't sure I would like the R3s, but now I really like them. The 72D Autoconnect is fantastic! Once it is adjusted it comes on and off in minutes. The cut is very nice too.

    Thanks fellas, up intill now its just been stories and youtube videos. Looking forward to the actual real thing!
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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Quote Originally Posted by devildog1 View Post
    Congrats, Great looking Tractor that is, but as you said It probally won't snow because you now have the snow blower--------------yeah right! Just wait, maybe. Last year I bought a LA2674 for my Grand L3540, not used yet. Hoping to get a real workout this year though, can't stand the fact that Gore is smiling.
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    Yeah, last year was a bust. It was the first year the walk behind blower sat in the shed. I have a feeling this year were gonna pay. Bring it on!

    Those LA2674s are real sweet. Did you get the hydraulic deflector chute with it? Sadly this one doesn't come with that option
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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    What did I miss ? You traded a 4320 with cab for a 3720 with a cab ? Why the down grade in hp? I am always looking for the increase it seems. I have never replaced high with a lower speced machine. Maybe it is easier to get around with.... don't know and bold enough to ask why. Never know, I may be missing something. Both beautiful machines .... and expensive I might add.

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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Blue View Post
    What did I miss ? You traded a 4320 with cab for a 3720 with a cab ? Why the down grade in hp? I am always looking for the increase it seems. I have never replaced high with a lower speced machine. Maybe it is easier to get around with.... don't know and bold enough to ask why. Never know, I may be missing something. Both beautiful machines .... and expensive I might add.
    Wasn't really that big a downgrade at only 4hp. Few reasons though. I wanted a front mount blower that wouldn't break the bank. I also wanted something to mow with (auto-connect) and the 4320 was just too big imo. Add to the fact that the 4320 had R4s, buying the 3720 w/R3 turfs just made more sense. Its also smaller framed and weighs less which is better for lawn work.

    The only other thing that I might have to adjust to is my 500lb grapple. The 300cx has the power to handle it but maybe not as well as the 400x did, time will tell.

    You are right about the expense as I did lose some value from the 4320 although not as much as you might think. A front mt. blower for the 4320 runs 10K. This one was $5500. The blower was going to happen one way or the other. This way made more sense
    JD 3720 Premium Cab, 300CX, 59" Front Mt. Blower, 72d MMM auto-connect deck.

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    Default Re: New 3720 with Front Mt. Blower

    I would have kept the 4320 and change out the tires but that's just me. You could have gotten a hydro, loader mounted blower. I have a 300cx loader and wish I had the 400's lifting capabilities!

    Nice looking rig regardless!

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