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John Deere 770 to 790 new, difference and value??

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Posted by Skipjack on November 26, 2002 at 12:24:05 from (206.148.104.126):

I am comparing a 1999 JD 770, 200 hours with canopy, F.Lift, 5' Bush Hog (brand), Box Blade, Plow, Turf and reg set of tires, 4WD, at $13,900. New 790 4WD with F. lift, 4' Squeeler bush hog, Box blade and Turf tires at $15,185. Both manual TX, NOT Hydrastatic. I want something to keep up 4 acre home place with dirt 500' road and a commercial wooded lot. Also for maybe planting a Dove Field of 5 to 10 acres. How do these Tractors compare and which is the better value. I was looking for a used tractor, but with the impliments, this used one looked good till I priced the new tractor model with 200 hour warranty. Used one is said to be like new and says he will fix any problem I find, as it is like new. Question, are prices right yet? Are these big enough to take care of field with random growth under brush, keep drive in good shape? Any advise appreciated. I am an amateur right now. Skipjack

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