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 08-07-1999, 00:00 Post: 6720
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

I AM INTERESTED IN BUYING A NEW TC33D. WHEN I WENT TO TEST DRIVE THE UNIT, IT SMOKED MILDLY FOR THE ENTIRE FIFTEEN MINUTES I DROVE IT (I HAVE NOT SEEN THIS WITH DEERE OR KUBOTA). NOTE THIS WAS AT 2000 RPM'S, ALTHOUGH IT SMOKED AT ALL ENG. SPEEDS. WHEN I ASKED THE DEALER ABOUT IT HE QUICKLY SAID IT WILL DEMINISH DURING BREAKIN AND THEN HE CHANGED THE SUBJECT. FROM READING OTHER POSTS ABOUT THE 1925'S AND THEIR SMOKING PROBLEMS AND ASSOCIATED DEALER SERVICE PROBLEMS, I AM WORRIED. DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THE TC SERIES HAS THE SAME PROBLEMS AS THE OLDER BOOMER SERIES. ARE THERE ANY OTHER PROBLEMS WITH THE TC'S. HAS NH CUSTOMER SERVICE IMPROVED?I REALLY LIKE THIS TRACTOR. I WAS THINKING ABOUT A KUBOTA 3010 WITH R4'S, BUT THE TIRES ARE SO LARGE THAT ALL THE IMPLIMENTS HAVE TO BE 72". THE TC33 HAS MORE POWER AND IS MORE COMPACT, AND COSTS LESS.






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6761
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

This is the same problem I found when testing the NH boomers. This is partly because it has indirect injection. Do yourself a favor and look at the B2710 Kubota or simalar Deere. It's not that the NH is not a good machine but there are better!






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6765
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

I also looked at the NH boomer tractors. After driving the NH, the Deere 4000 series and the Kubota's. I bought a Kubota L3010 HST. And LOVE IT. The 3010 is only 157 pounds more than the TC33 and with larger R4 tires the weight is dispersed more evenly. I cut my lawn (whats left of it with this drought), loader work, landscaping.....etc. The tractor is great and the HST trans. is more than great. Good luck






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6769
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

Funny, my new TC18 does not have a smoking issue and everything on it is as good as or better than Kubota or JD for less $.






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6773
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

to clear up one issue the Kubota uses indirect injection and they dont smoke. the bottom line is something wasnt right with that tractor. all the compacts are great but noone makes all perfect machines. the dealer is suspect, honest??also to the one with the superior tc18, i doubt it is any better than the others. i bought a Kubota but dont have the mistake thateveryone else has inferior equipment. just be careful what you buy, dont be color blind. Good luck!!!






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6774
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Sorry Greg. Re-read my post. Did not mean to imply that others had inferior equipment. By in my investigation, the features available for the $ I had available, the NH was best. I can't even remember what color it is.






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6790
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 How did I do?JD855

I picked up a MFWD JD855 with hydro, JD70A loader, JD 72" belly mower, turf tires (fronts are worn) and 4 new ag tires for $11000.The unit shows 1200 hours but the meter doesn't work anymore. Looks clean, runs great. No clomplaints. Not sure what year itis. But did I get screwed by not knowing the actual hours? What symptoms are there when the 855 gets worn out?






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6791
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 JD 855/955 problems?

if you think the 55 series is built like a garden tractor then you also mustthink a 1/2 ton truck is the same as a 1 ton truck ! they both have the samedesign ! have you ever owned a 55 series? do you have any experience withcompact tractors? the 70 series is a larger frame and gear shift transmissionhowever, the 55 series hydro is as tough and dependable as any. go drive a955 and use it hard. this tractor will flip a kobota up side down and pulla ford/new holland in two! the 4000 series is nice but dont ever look down ona 55 series. there is more of these tractors out there than all the otherscombined. their dependibility records tell the story. one other thing. try toget parts for a kobota. good luck!






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 08-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 6792
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE

I agree Rodney, I recently bought a TC18 and I wasn't color shopping. I just found in Southern Michigan that I could buy a TC18 for less than a B1700 or a B7300. More HP for less $. I love it and I too don't have a smoking problem, neither does the tractor. One point of comparison that I found interesting is the 3 - pt. lift capacity at 24" behind lift point: TC18 - 1265 lbs. JD4100 - 930 lbs. B7300 - 860 lbs. B1700,2100,2400 - 1015 lbs.This to me is an indication of strength of the entire unit and it impressed me. It also didn't hurt that when I bought New Holland Credit was offering one year same as cash!






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 08-24-1999, 00:00 Post: 7280
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 TC33/SMOKING AT TIME OF TEST DRIVE:NHU

NH customer service doesn't exist. Make sure you find a delaer who will stand by the product beacuse the factory doesn't care.






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