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Old 07-23-2010, 01:42 AM
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Congrats on the new machine. Sounds like a good deal for you.
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:54 AM
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$49k sounds like a good deal with all those options, congrats
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Old 07-23-2010, 12:08 PM
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I wanted a to demo a Deere but the salesman told me it would be a waste of time and he never even quoted me a machine. I wonder why?
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Old 07-23-2010, 01:11 PM
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A 323 is the same size as a 322 right?
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Old 07-23-2010, 08:35 PM
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I wanted a to demo a Deere but the salesman told me it would be a waste of time and he never even quoted me a machine. I wonder why?
Because he knew Takeuchi was a better machine. Even my Bobcat dealer says the same, want more power and less frills? Get a Takeuchi.
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Old 07-23-2010, 09:04 PM
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Well guys I'm leaning heavy towards a 333d. As long as my machine starts up and runs tomorrow it will be a done deal. The taki dealer is working hard for the sale though. I think he will be 55-57 on a loaded out 250- no hi flow
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Old 07-23-2010, 09:38 PM
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I sgined papers on one today,I orderd one with cab with a/c,high flow,EH controls with performace package,air ride seat,radio,light guards,HD rear grille,reversing cooling fan,HD batterie,floor mat with foot rest,chrome exhaust,anti-theft,rear view mirrior,standard tracks and quick tatch.

Machine lists for 61,000 and I got it for 49,300 and 26,000 for trade on my ct322 with no bucket and 900 hrs,will have same payment per month and no out pocket money to put down on it!!
financed thru JD Finance ?? Whats you monthly payment? Interest rate?

Sure would consider trading my '07 322 with 600 hrs for a quite ride
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Old 07-23-2010, 09:50 PM
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Well guys I'm leaning heavy towards a 333d. As long as my machine starts up and runs tomorrow it will be a done deal. The taki dealer is working hard for the sale though. I think he will be 55-57 on a loaded out 250- no hi flow
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Please, please please wait for the Takeuchi, you really have to try one before you knock it, I would have ended up with a Takeuchi had the dealer had one on the lot, you will fall in love with the pilot controls and rear visibility.
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Old 07-23-2010, 10:49 PM
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i really want a refined, nice, Cadillac kinda cab. I want cool a/c and a quiete engine so i can hear the radio, i want to stay dust free and talk on my phone while the engine is at idle. i remeber when you and i were talking about 2 years ago and i said "i dont care how loud or how dirty or how bumpy the ride is, i want the strongest baddest machine available" well my opinion has changed 100%.

i have never run a taki but i dont think the cab is as nice as the deere
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Old 07-23-2010, 11:30 PM
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i really want a refined, nice, Cadillac kinda cab. I want cool a/c and a quiete engine so i can hear the radio, i want to stay dust free and talk on my phone while the engine is at idle. i remeber when you and i were talking about 2 years ago and i said "i dont care how loud or how dirty or how bumpy the ride is, i want the strongest baddest machine available" well my opinion has changed 100%.

i have never run a taki but i dont think the cab is as nice as the deere
If you want a radio, get a Sirius and a damn headset. I can't hear jack crap over my machines, and if i bought a new CTL/SSL today, I would buy a CTL and it would be a TL250 with hi-flow, A/C and a cab. Period. As far as a radio, well, I like my Sirius, and you can add a small heater for nothing. You shouldn't worry about your phone. It gets in the way,so I don't answer it. If you mind dust, get the hell out of this industry. It's dusty.
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