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malcolm 317008 134 john deere 3400 either
john deere 3400
building bales in the shed
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good work!
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good picture
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good picture, what are you going to replace your JD
telehandler with after this ones worn out?

Greg
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nice stack
are you happy with the TH from JD?
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The 3400 is good and has never let us down we got it in
march 2000 and has done 6400 hours.
When we heard of john deere stopping production we got our
order in early and a new 3415 comes at the end of september
this year.
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thats a lot of houres,dident know they are stopping
production! :-(
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yer due to not enough demand ,so i read
So after the new 1ns worn out ,then what are you going to
buy?

Greg
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those with the JCB`s are only talking good about them.
do you know more about JCB or someone else?
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jcbs are good machines , but can be expensive to fix , good
carige

Cat are good but again expensive .

Class are supposed to be good now that there Kramer also
class have a good carige ,
my class is brill but its oldish.

Manitous are nice to use, but if you look at the carridge it
doesnt look very srtong , but saying that the do only focus
on telehandlers and forklifts.

Newhollands are getting better , but the visibility isnt
very good.


Thanks
Greg
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good info,
we have a Manitou,but i dont like it at all,bad steel and
poor electronics.
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If we couldn't have got another john deere it would be a
jcb. we had a claas and manitou on demo but didn't like them
much :-\
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good choice, think we'l go 4 a JCB next
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