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    Member Richard R.'s Avatar
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    2000 ford/ bushhog loader, 3203 john deere, 5035 mahindra ML130 FEL

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    come on guys I need some help here. I'm about to drop twenty thousand on the mahindra. I've owned a ford 2000 with a bushog loader, great. and a 3203
    deere with a 300 loader very weak. now I am about to pull the triger on the 4035 with the 120 FEL or the 5035 With the 130 FEL. And I need some in put on the differance between the two. I know there is not that much differance but there is about $3,000 differance between the two. Is the extra 10 hroses worth the extra money or not. I know it's always said that you should buy one step higher than you need. but I'm not sure on this.
    Thanks Richard

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    Elite Member Redneck in training's Avatar
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    TYM 330 HST with FEL

    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard R. View Post
    come on guys I need some help here. I'm about to drop twenty thousand on the mahindra. I've owned a ford 2000 with a bushog loader, great. and a 3203
    deere with a 300 loader very weak. now I am about to pull the triger on the 4035 with the 120 FEL or the 5035 With the 130 FEL. And I need some in put on the differance between the two. I know there is not that much differance but there is about $3,000 differance between the two. Is the extra 10 hroses worth the extra money or not. I know it's always said that you should buy one step higher than you need. but I'm not sure on this.
    Thanks Richard
    You need to match the tractor to your needs. How many acres do you have? Is it hilly or flat? What do you need the tractor for?

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    Member Richard R.'s Avatar
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    2000 ford/ bushhog loader, 3203 john deere, 5035 mahindra ML130 FEL

    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    I have six acres the main thing that I use is the FEL. I do a lot of bush hogging but win I need to lift some thing, I can't stand to pull back on the leaver and it wont lift. so I am not sure if the extra 10 horses is worth the extra money ?
    Richard

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    Elite Member Redneck in training's Avatar
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    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    LM 130 has 5100 lb break out force as opposed to LM 120 3900. That is about 25% more. Lift of 130 is only marginally better than 120. 2700 versus 2400.
    I would get HST for FEL and bush hogging.

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    Member Richard R.'s Avatar
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    2000 ford/ bushhog loader, 3203 john deere, 5035 mahindra ML130 FEL

    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    Ok I made the choice. I am going to get the 5035 with the 130 FEL the dealer in NW florida has quoted $30,000 before trade in. what do you think of that price

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    I have a 4035 and love it. It does everything I need. I am sure you'll be happy with either.

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    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard R. View Post
    Ok I made the choice. I am going to get the 5035 with the 130 FEL the dealer in NW Florida has quoted $30,000 before trade in. what do you think of that price
    That is a mean looking tractor. I bet you could do a lot damage with it. You will love it.

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    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    Sounds a bit high. Just bought a 6530, which list for appox the same per Mahindra website, with ML266 FEL for $28,100.

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    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    If you have a state sales tax [ you need to fill out your 'Location' so we can tell about where you are, and if you are a ways from Chatanooga or the Texas/Kalifornia assy sites, then shipping can add up. Also, the price on the Mahindra site is the cash price. So if you are financing, you have to pay for that too. They don't staff Mahindra Finance and have that cute little girl open your payment envelope every month for nothing..... So, depends.... 30K might be fine....

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    2000 ford/ bushhog loader, 3203 john deere, 5035 mahindra ML130 FEL

    Default Re: come on guys and gals Ineed some help here

    I just pulled the trigger on the 5035 with the Ml 130 FEL. and as is posted here. I found out that 0% is not 0% the price of the tractor was $31,345.00
    if I used the 0% they took $1,000. off
    If I used the 4.25% financing they took $2,000. off
    If I paid cash they take $3,000 off which makes the tractor $28,345. in addition to that savings I don't have to carry there insurance at $1,475. and I save there credit procesing fee of $250. So by paying cash I saved $4,725.00 Now if you say I don't have that kind of cash. you can still get your own loan from you credit union and carry the insurance on your home insurance. as long as you give them the check there paid off !!!!
    Richard

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