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 10-27-2005, 12:45 Post: 118530
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 Cub7532 versus Case DX33

I am shopping for tractors and would like some input on from any one on first hand experience on both. The dealer sells both brands and seems to be pushing the Cub more than the CASE. The Case seems to be a little more rugged in my mind as well as it has the MMPTO where the cub does not have that. The cub seems to be a bit less money as well. What would be a good deal for loader and tractor. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks---






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 10-27-2005, 14:05 Post: 118532
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 Cub7532 versus Case DX33

Both tractors have about the same specifications. You can add the Mid-PTO at the dealership. You need to drive both units and see for yourself which fits you the best.

Most Case-IH dealerships sold the Cadet line since it was once part of International and Case didn't have their own compact tractors until they merged with New Holland. My local Case dealers actually push the Case Compacts but still sell the Cadet line of lawn tractors. Most Case dealers got upset when Cadet starting marketing through big box stores and TSC.

If your local dealer is pushing Cadet and offers parts and service it is a hard call. Chances are the Case will have a higher resale value later because of name recognition.

The Case may have a little more room in the seating area and the pedals are different, more like a Deere. I don't like the new Case curved beam loaders. My opinion is they are too far out in front of the front tires. My Cadet is an older model and has the loader up tight near the front wheels. The new Cadet loader is different than mine. I also have big 27x10.5-15 turfs on the front compared to 8.5's that are now offered on all brands in this HP range. The wider tires are important in loader carrying capacity and imprint force on your lawn.






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 10-29-2005, 11:05 Post: 118612
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 Cub7532 versus Case DX33

The Case/NH chassis is a little heavier and does lift more on the three point hitch. The engine is turning faster and is non-turbo'd and they are both the same size as far as displacement. The Cadet has a little less overall weight to move and a little less hydralics. Other then my Orange tractors these are tough to beat for overall longevity and operational ease. I'd drive them both and see what feels right for you. I do find they both operate easily and they are holding up about the same.






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 10-29-2005, 11:48 Post: 118613
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 Cub7532 versus Case DX33

How easy will it to get parts for the Cub in 10 years? They are offering tractors from a number of different manufactures, for example they brought in the Kioti for one year. We know NH is supplying all the old Fords,most dealers have the common parts instock.






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 10-30-2005, 20:09 Post: 118675
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Cub has some good lines of manufacturers and like the rest just have the ammenities installed here. The parts for these companies are normally good and most parts are still readily available at 25 years. You might find a part that for one reason or another might get back ordered but that happens with all makes.






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