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  1. #1

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    Default and the comparison

    BX compared to a Ingorsoll, Terra...something, and JD 4100. Please note JD still does not have a OEM backhoe for the 4100. Yet the little bitty BX can handle it...[img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]. There is just no true comparisons for this market (really... no bias here)...

    Marie

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    87 Ingersoll 444, 84 Ingersoll224/'44 GreavlyL/60'sGreavlyL/49 Ford 8N

    Default Re: and the comparison

    There is some talk on the web that Ingersoll may be coming out with a 4x4 model soon. Thats something I would like to see. Could give the BX a run for the money.



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    Default Re: and the comparison



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    Kubota BX2200, Kubota B2410

    Default Re: and the comparison

    More likely than Ingersol coming out with a product competitive with either the BX2200 or it's new stablemate the BX22TLB is their going out of buisness. J


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    87 Ingersoll 444, 84 Ingersoll224/'44 GreavlyL/60'sGreavlyL/49 Ford 8N

    Default Re: and the comparison

    I got to say there marketing leaves a lot to be desired. They make a GREAT garden tractor, and there loader is a strong little tank[does need a desel motor, and 4wd]but how many people have ever heard of one? I hope they can keep going.



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    JD LX288 and a B7800

    Default Re: and the comparison

    Ingersoll IS coming out with a 4wd, and as of this date, am told it will be available in Jan if not already. Lists for 11,5K, 20hp.

    2WD can be had for 8500.

    They real orange too!


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    Default Re: and the comparison

    What is that yellow one that looks like it was designed by a team of PC correct lawyers what with that "dune buggy" look. Really, I think for a rental house those might be fine but most homeowners/small property owners might want something slightly more refined. Are those Briggs powered? J


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    Default Re: and the comparison

    I believe it's called a "Terra-mite" and has a 16 or 20 hp Kohler. I've rented one and found it pretty gutless. The rental guy told me he would sell me one for $6,500, but I told him he would have to pay me $500 just to haul it off. [img]/w3tcompact/icons/shocked.gif[/img]
    Can you tell I wasn't too impressed? [img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: and the comparison

    Looks like a Ingersoll 6000 Series Loader/Backhoe.
    I also rented one of the "Terra-mite" and I second the gutless part.


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