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    Moderator question - Is it possible to have a separate 3000 forum?

    Is it possible to have a separate 3000 series forum? I've had others express the same question in a PM. I'm not even sure what the other numbers past 4700 represent? I guess much larger in size and HP?
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    Forum: Large Frame Compact Utility Tractors (LCUT)

    This forum is for John Deere's large framed Compact Utility Tractors such as the: 3033, 3039, 3046, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4120, 4320, 4520, 4720, 3032e, 3038e, 4005, 4044, 4052, 4066, 4105, 4210, 4310, 4410, 4510, 4610, 4710, 4200, 4300, 4400, 4500, 4600, 4700, 855, 970, 990, 955, 970, 1050, 1070
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dovetail View Post
    Is it possible to have a separate 3000 series forum? I've had others express the same question in a PM. I'm not even sure what the other numbers past 4700 represent? I guess much larger in size and HP?
    Just asking

    Forum: Large Frame Compact Utility Tractors (LCUT)

    This forum is for John Deere's large framed Compact Utility Tractors such as the: 3033, 3039, 3046, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4120, 4320, 4520, 4720, 3032e, 3038e, 4005, 4044, 4052, 4066, 4105, 4210, 4310, 4410, 4510, 4610, 4710, 4200, 4300, 4400, 4500, 4600, 4700, 855, 970, 990, 955, 970, 1050, 1070
    That would be great!
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    I dont know about the 970, 1050, and 1070 but the 855 and 955 seem to me to be closer to a 2 series than a 3 series in size. My fathers 955 is and extremely capable machine but is miniscule compared to my 4044, it surprised me when I came to this forum and saw them classified the same class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dovetail View Post
    Is it possible to have a separate 3000 series forum? I've had others express the same question in a PM. I'm not even sure what the other numbers past 4700 represent? I guess much larger in size and HP?
    Just asking

    Forum: Large Frame Compact Utility Tractors (LCUT)

    This forum is for John Deere's large framed Compact Utility Tractors such as the: 3033, 3039, 3046, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4120, 4320, 4520, 4720, 3032e, 3038e, 4005, 4044, 4052, 4066, 4105, 4210, 4310, 4410, 4510, 4610, 4710, 4200, 4300, 4400, 4500, 4600, 4700, 855, 970, 990, 955, 970, 1050, 1070
    This is a good site to familiarize yourself with the various JD tractor models:

    https://www.tractordata.com/farm-tra...-tractors.html
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    That’s not really realistic to have a separate forum for just one series. Then there would be people asking for more separate forums and the number of forums would be HUGE and very confusing to a new member or someone trying to do some research.

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    Possible? Yes...but it is just not that simple due to the numbering system JD has used in the past, for years they had no real meaning, it almost seemed random and even had duplicates like the old 4010 AG tractor made from 1960-1963, and the 4010 compact made from 2003-2005. Trust me when I tell you that we (Jason, myself, and Brian at the time) struggled with this issue...and we still do. Just look at the new gen2 2025R vs. the new 2032/38R's, if you see them side-by-side you wouldn't think they are the same "series"

    So, say we create 3-series and 4-series forum. Simple right?
    Well, the older 4200, 4300, 4400, then later the 4210, 4310, 4410 are clearly equivalent to today's 3-series machines, and not a 4-series. The 4500, 4600, 4700 and 4510, and 4710's are like today's 4-series so they would fit well. Then lets not forget about the 4010, 4100, 4110, and 4115 models, they are like the new 2-series, waaaaaay far away from the current 4-series.

    So then lets say we have 1-series and 2-series forum too?
    Well, what would we do with with the 2210 and 2305 models? They are clearly sub-compacts like a 1023e, 1025r, or 1026r, but by the numbering would have to go in the 2-series forum.


    We are open to ideas...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Possible? Yes...but it is just not that simple due to the numbering system JD has used in the past, for years they had no real meaning, it almost seemed random and even had duplicates like the old 4010 AG tractor made from 1960-1963, and the 4010 compact made from 2003-2005. Trust me when I tell you that we (Jason, myself, and Brian at the time) struggled with this issue...and we still do. Just look at the new gen2 2025R vs. the new 2032/38R's, if you see them side-by-side you wouldn't think they are the same "series"

    So, say we create 3-series and 4-series forum. Simple right?
    Well, the older 4200, 4300, 4400, then later the 4210, 4310, 4410 are clearly equivalent to today's 3-series machines, and not a 4-series. The 4500, 4600, 4700 and 4510, and 4710's are like today's 4-series so they would fit well. Then lets not forget about the 4010, 4100, 4110, and 4115 models, they are like the new 2-series, waaaaaay far away from the current 4-series.

    So then lets say we have 1-series and 2-series forum too?
    Well, what would we do with with the 2210 and 2305 models? They are clearly sub-compacts like a 1023e, 1025r, or 1026r, but by the numbering would have to go in the 2-series forum.


    We are open to ideas...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    That made my head hurt. I'da just said no.

    Don't get me wrong it's a good explanation.
    Thanks, my head hurts too!

    I’m taking the rest of the day off :closedoor:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dovetail View Post
    Is it possible to have a separate 3000 series forum? I've had others express the same question in a PM. I'm not even sure what the other numbers past 4700 represent? I guess much larger in size and HP?
    Just asking

    Forum: Large Frame Compact Utility Tractors (LCUT)

    This forum is for John Deere's large framed Compact Utility Tractors such as the: 3033, 3039, 3046, 3320, 3520, 3720, 4120, 4320, 4520, 4720, 3032e, 3038e, 4005, 4044, 4052, 4066, 4105, 4210, 4310, 4410, 4510, 4610, 4710, 4200, 4300, 4400, 4500, 4600, 4700, 855, 970, 990, 955, 970, 1050, 1070
    Keep In Mind 955, 950 3033, 3039, 3046, 3320, 3520, 3720, 3032e, 3038e 4200, 4300, 4400, 4210, 4310, 4410 our all Medium Frame Compact Utility Tractors. At this Point It would Be a Huge Nightmare for this forum Or any forum that is more than a year Old to really separate a forums Down further then what GTT has them Now.

    It could be worse. Over at MTF all we Have Is AG tractors Included utility Tractors , CUT(includes all Compact Utility Tractor frame sizes Small,Medium and Large Frame) and SCUT

    At least it's somewhat Broken down here at GTT Most of the Medium Frame Tractors that are in the Large frame forum can relate to the Large Frame Issues Because the 3X20 and 3R, E & D Can take Bigger Implements and Have More Hydraulic Power Just Like the 4500 thru 4066R/M

    The Medium frame Compact Utility Tractor forum Here is really the Small Frame Compact utility tractor forum.

    But trying to decide the Placement of Old Threads That go back more then a Year will make any Moderator On any forum Pull His or Her Hair Out.

    If You would Like to Know the Deere frame sizes Based On Model Number to Help UN-confuse You. Send Me a PM I can Give You the Deere Breakdown of what Deere considers a Model Number to fall On within Deere's Compact Utility Tractor Line.
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