B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030

   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #11  
The B3030 is a beautiful machine, well worth the money, i will be very sad to see ours go.
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #12  
lawn_king said:
The B3030 is a beautiful machine, well worth the money, i will be very sad to see ours go.

I will be very glad to see mine show up. :D
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #14  
Industrials. Ags would have been a little better for traction, but I need tires that can handle larger loads, and rocky terrain, along with being a bit more puncture resistant. I got the rears loaded, and will get chains if I have winter traction issues.
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #15  
Go to your dealer and park all three tractors side by side by side and start looking at them. You will be supprised at the differences you see. Now you can start deciding which will work better for you.
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #16  
Turf tires work really well in snow, much better than i expected.
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #17  
The B7800 is great, Who needs all that fancy AC and cabs who listens to AM anyway. Position control BAAA real men feel the earth through the controls. Whats this world coming too anyway. You haven't lived till you mangled a turnbuckle and then fought with it for 6 months before you replaced it. Just kidding you can not go wrong with any of these tractors. I love mine more than anything
 
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MessickFarmEqu said:
I'd ask him to double check those figures. The price for the 2920 is too good to be true, and the B3030 is a pretty high. Somthing does not jive.

Neil,

I just got a quotes of $13,449 for the B2920 and $12,584 for the B2620. I really didn't think the price was bad either? In fact the package price of TLB 2620 with 54' mmm (When I purchase I'll go to the 60) BX2763A front blade is $23,225. Neil do you think the package deal is low as well?


Comparing the new B's to the 78 or 3030 on paper may be closer than I feel they would compare side by side on the job. The older larger B's as Chucks opps... :D Bandits pictures indicates are larger. I keep finding myself wanting to say much larger... But that not the case. I would however like to know the volume of the FL comparison to see if its as big of a difference as it appears? I was at a local dealer this weekend and saw a 2630 and the difference was significant I thought!

Since the CFO has given me permission to go ahead and get a tractor this spring:D I think I'm leaning toward the B2920 TLB, loaded tires, 60mmm, chains, front plow. Thats as soon as they can get one in for me to play on. The local dealer even volunteered to let me demo one on my property due to the slope of the land. I thought it was a very nice move on their part!

Enjoy your research I have for 2 years now... Wonder what I'll do with my time when I get the tractor then?????:rolleyes:
 
   / B2920 vs B7800 vs B3030 #19  
boroxc said:
Neil,

Enjoy your research I have for 2 years now... Wonder what I'll do with my time when I get the tractor then?????:rolleyes:

Why you'll begin the process again. Step one is finding some job that is too big for your present tractor. Step two is more of step one, then the obsession starts...:D :D :rolleyes:
 
 
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