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to the john deere loader owners on reliability and be honest !!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by turfblazer, Jan 2, 2016.

  1. turfblazer

    turfblazer Well-Known Member

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    semi retired drainage ,site work , eq operator.
    Location:
    niagara falls ny
    i,ve put a lot of hours in g machines and in h machines and i really like the h machines better with the digital dash and ride control. computers scare me !!!
    gotta say havent had much problems with either,
    but im sure i dont have nearly as much hours as you guys got !!!
    i really don't want to go backwards into the g's and the real question is what about going forward into the j's ????. stay with the h's or move a head to the j's .
    mostly light dirt work summer and need dependable work pushing snow winter. 544 and 644 sizes i like.
     
  2. 512high

    512high Well-Known Member

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    Location:
    new hampshire
    I have a 2011 John deere 244j, compact wheel loader, 2100 hours, no real issues,(we just use for snow removal) your looking at a larger machine, so I'm sure I'm no help to you!