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what new model replaced or is equal to the 4200, just trying to compare 2021 model to it. one for sale in the neighborhood for 10800$, fel,box blade,60in com mmm, 950hr. tractor looks good. fel hydro cylinders need resealed, needs front tires. any thoughts?
 

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From the info on tractor data it looks like its very similar to a 2032r on engine and pto stats and size.


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The 2032r and 4200 both weigh in around 2400lbs. The 2032 has a little more horsepower at 31 compared to the 4200 at 26. It also sounds like a pretty good deal on the machine you mentioned.
 

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what new model replaced or is equal to the 4200, just trying to compare 2021 model to it. one for sale in the neighborhood for 10800$, fel,box blade,60in com mmm, 950hr. tractor looks good. fel hydro cylinders need resealed, needs front tires. any thoughts?
I have a 4200. Bought it new and have been pleased with it overall. Occasionally I wish it was a bit bigger but I do trailer it and and can also get her into some pretty small yards so that's a plus too. I have a 420 loader, a 47 backhoe, and a bunch of attachments. Don't plan on adding a backhoe to yours unless you get real lucky. I mainly move firewood, brush, maintain driveways, ditches, water lines, plowed snow for years but now have two trucks with plows. I have loaded R4s and have never had traction issues. I always have something heavy hanging off the back though. My ballast box serves as a shovel and rake rack in the shop. That price sounds reasonable.
 

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I would say a 3033 would be a close comparison. Reason being is the 4200 should have a 3 range transmission instead of the two range. I have a 4400 hydro and 4310 power-reverser and I actually prefer the xx00 series over the xx10 series. Reason being it is pretty much one of the last series of tractors that had mostly mechanical linkage instead of relays/solenoids for everything. It's just a much simpler tractor. I have a tech manual for both and the electrical section for the 10 series is 4x as thick due to transitioning to electronics.

It's definitely a reasonable price. My 4400 has 4k hours on it and runs like a top. If it hasn't been abused they are very good and dependable tractors.

You know if this is a gear or a hydro by chance??
 
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