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greenpower
Posted 7/5/2010 16:50 (#1261496)
Subject: john deere 310 series backhoe


N/E Iowa
Looking at some 310 deere's, farm use rock digging, tile repair, small trees grubbed out, things of that nature. What "310" seires should i get, looking to spend less than $18,000.00. something that the pins aren't loose, oil leaks everywhere, something that would come from a good home. I have my eye on a 310 c......... Good Backhoe or not? thanks for the input!!

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pointrow
Posted 7/5/2010 18:03 (#1261548 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: Re: john deere 310 series backhoe



Central Il Morton
I have a 310g. It is a little light on power and size but a good choice for farm work.
take care
pointrow
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btruck
Posted 7/5/2010 18:13 (#1261556 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: RE: john deere 310 series backhoe



MN
I have had a 310D for about a year, so far so good. I was able to get engine parts at the Ag Deere dealer off the shelf (starter, ring gear), it's 2 wheel drive, but does Ok.

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blden
Posted 7/5/2010 18:47 (#1261585 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: Re: john deere 310 series backhoe


West Central IL
We have a 310a that my dad bought about 15 years ago just to do small tile repair and odd jobs around the farm and its been very good to us. I would recommend getting an extended hoe if possible.

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billonthefarm
Posted 7/5/2010 20:02 (#1261672 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: RE: john deere 310 series backhoe


Farmington IL
We have a 310c around the farm. It will do anything I need or want to do. I dont know much about other backhoes. We bought it from a landlord who took very good care of it and made us a deal on it. That being said we did drop about 6K into the shuttle a year or so back. Works good and ought to last forever no more than I use it.
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dondozer
Posted 7/5/2010 21:24 (#1261788 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: Re: john deere 310 series backhoe


NW Ohio,near Findlay
For the cost of them,get a lest the D series. Again all what you need it for. We had a 310D 4 wheel Drive extend a hoe with a torque converter, not Powershift. Was never light for power, did everything in the construction work. Did have a snap ring break in finals and a hydro pump drive coppler break, only trouble we had in 10000 hrs.
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kinzepower
Posted 7/5/2010 22:11 (#1261849 - in reply to #1261496)
Subject: Re: john deere 310 series backhoe


SW Ontario
For what its worth, make sure it is 4wd and extend a hoe, if that fits your budget.
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