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    Anyone still have a 4110 ?

    They seem to be the iron horse of the series. Using mine since 2004 with adequate maintenance, have never had a problem in the 600 plus hours of operation. Hydraulic capacity is good for using a loader and the 60" MMM works well in tall grass trimming around trees where the tall grass is cut twice a year. Very fuel efficient and a perfect size to operate in tight areas.

    I would like to update but I don't see an advantage in a newer model besides a fancy hood / grilles.
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    I loved mine, and do miss it, but I needed more lift capacity on the loader since it's my "forklift" around here.
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    I bought a 4115 last summer. It’s came with a FEL and MMM. I’ve added a rear blade and 5ft bush hog. A great tractor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by agent blue View Post
    They seem to be the iron horse of the series. Using mine since 2004 with adequate maintenance, have never had a problem in the 600 plus hours of operation. Hydraulic capacity is good for using a loader and the 60" MMM works well in tall grass trimming around trees where the tall grass is cut twice a year. Very fuel efficient and a perfect size to operate in tight areas.

    I would like to update but I don't see an advantage in a newer model besides a fancy hood / grilles.
    The closest to it size wise would be the current 2025R Though You Lose about 200Lbs Lift Capacity On the 3 point Hitch and You loose about 40Lbs Lift Capacity at Max Height with the 120R Loader The Mowing decks are a Bit easier to Take On and off with the auto-Connect . The 2025R has 7gpm Capacity instead of 7.4gpm Capacity on the 4110. The 2025R is 8inch Longer But the same width as a 4110

    The 2032r & 2038R give You better Loader and 3point Capacity There 6inches wider and and 14inches Longer than the 4110 because there Built On the 3E series frames.

    I can say I am very Happy with My 2018 2025R It hasn't let down Yet doing Loader, Backhoe, snow removal or even 3 point Work

    I don't really use Mine for Mowing But I do Like the The Hydraulic Independent Mower Lift so that it is separate from the 3point Hitch or the Loader Valve.

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    I found 3 when shopping before I bought my 2320. All 3 were sold by the time I could go take a look.
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    Loved my 4010. It's front Ujoint exploded at 660 hours and about 9 years. Loved its low 0.46 gph fuel usage. Wish there was a 2019R (with the great rear jack shaft control). Would want the 1025R's better seat and gentle PTO startup but like the 2025R better, but it apparently has the same front Ujoint problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agent blue View Post
    They seem to be the iron horse of the series. Using mine since 2004 with adequate maintenance, have never had a problem in the 600 plus hours of operation. Hydraulic capacity is good for using a loader and the 60" MMM works well in tall grass trimming around trees where the tall grass is cut twice a year. Very fuel efficient and a perfect size to operate in tight areas.

    I would like to update but I don't see an advantage in a newer model besides a fancy hood / grilles.
    Maybe not the same, but I had a 4100 that I was dumb enough to sell about 15 years ago. I think the 4110 was pretty close (the follow-on model if I remember correctly). I recently (11 months ago) bought a generation 1 2025R (used to be called a 2320), it was new-old-stock. If you can still find one of these, I can tell you that it is a tick better in almost every way than the 4100.

    25hp vs 20hp
    220R loader vs 410 loader (more lift height, more dig depth, more lift capacity, bettery hydraulic control with joystick, slower than the 410 though)
    Hydro trans seems to have more uumph
    ROPS folds
    More 3pt hitch lift capacity
    Adjustable 3pt hitch (adjust for lift height or lift capacity or balance or height/capacity)
    54D drive-over mower deck (takes 95% of the suck out of getting the loader on/off, since it auto-aligns the deck to the draft arms when you drive over)
    Available mulching kit for 54D mower deck

    4100 advantage, brakes. The 4100 had both a single brake pedal above the hydro pedals and split pedals on the left. The Gen1 2025R has only the split pedals on the left with a flip-over bracket to tie them together when you wand single brakes. (NOTE: Gen2 2025R does not have split brakes at all).

    I hope this helps you,
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphVa View Post
    Loved my 4010. It's front Ujoint exploded at 660 hours and about 9 years. Loved its low 0.46 gph fuel usage. Wish there was a 2019R (with the great rear jack shaft control). Would want the 1025R's better seat and gentle PTO startup but like the 2025R better, but it apparently has the same front Ujoint problem.

    Ralph
    I am assuming you owned a 4110 ( 4010 is an agricultural tractor I believe ) that had the U joint problem. Was it a " rag joint " flexible connection or a standard metal four surface U joint ? Did you repair it or have a shop replace it ? Were they able to replace it from the bottom or was their serious disassembly involved ? Was this for the front axle or the hydrostatic pump connection ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent blue View Post
    I am assuming you owned a 4110 ( 4010 is an agricultural tractor I believe ) that had the U joint problem. Was it a " rag joint " flexible connection or a standard metal four surface U joint ? Did you repair it or have a shop replace it ? Were they able to replace it from the bottom or was their serious disassembly involved ? Was this for the front axle or the hydrostatic pump connection ?
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    There is also a Deere compact Tractor Model 4010 Made 2001 till 2005 The AG 4010 was Made about 1960 to 1963
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    Quote Originally Posted by agent blue View Post
    I am assuming you owned a 4110 ( 4010 is an agricultural tractor I believe ) that had the U joint problem. Was it a " rag joint " flexible connection or a standard metal four surface U joint ? Did you repair it or have a shop replace it ? Were they able to replace it from the bottom or was their serious disassembly involved ? Was this for the front axle or the hydrostatic pump connection ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant View Post
    There is also a Deere compact Tractor Model 4010 Made 2001 till 2005 The AG 4010 was Made about 1960 to 1963
    Sarge is 100% correct:

    https://www.tractordata.com/farm-tra...eere-4010.html
    Kenny

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