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 09-10-2000, 20:56 Post: 19680
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I am wanting a NH/Case Tractor. I visited the dealer and he will be getting them in about a month. Anyone know of any sites that show the new Case ones, specials, pricing etc. I realize they are basically a NH painted red. I read somewhere that they )case) will not be able to get the supersteer. Is the supersteer really that much of a benefit. I would like to keep the Case family, because the dealer is intown, good to work with, etc. Your thoughts please. Thanks in advance, Mike






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 09-10-2000, 22:01 Post: 19685
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Mike, I have seen the new Case boomers they are 100% NH.Prices are the same as NH,Case doesn't offer super steer on them that is the only diff.that my dealer said only the 100 biggest Case dealers in the US will get then right away, from what I was told.I know of 2 dealers in my area of Wi.will have them.I did not get the book on them yet but the dealer told my maybe two weeks . Hope this helped ,Rick






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