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 04-12-2004, 23:53 Post: 82910
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 JD 4210 or New Holland TC35D???

Looking to buy a tractor soon to maintain 10 acres, gravel driveway, snow removal, tree & rock moval/removal, bushhogging and mowing. Looking at the JD 4210 and the New Holland TC35d. At a loss as what to purchase. Both are at $19000 (that is what I have to spend) with loader and bushhog, hydro tranny and 4 wheel drive. CAn anyone give me thier opinions on these two tractors? Do they have similar longevity?






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 04-13-2004, 09:21 Post: 82931
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They're both good quality machines from reputable manufacturers. Good dealer support is quite important, which should be a factor in your decision.

The two tractors you list are sort of like apples and oranges, the NH has 25% more hp and better hydraulics. A more accurate comparison might be between the TC35 and the JD 4410.

If I was given a choice of only these two machines I'd opt for the TC35.






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 04-13-2004, 17:05 Post: 82980
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Thanks for the input! I know what you mean about the comparison of the two different sized tractors. I came up with those two based on money availible, $19000, for a tractor. Those where the two that I liked most for that amount of money. I've only always heard good things aboutJD, but, honestly, before I saw this web page, have never heard a single thing about New Holland. So you think the New Holland would be the same quality and have the same lifetime as the JD?






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 04-13-2004, 17:23 Post: 82985
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All of the big 3 brands, JD, Kubota, and NH make good, dependable machines that should last you a long time. The dealer is more important than the brand, but you do need to make sure you buy something that will do what you want. Buying by price alone is very likely to result in disappointment and could cost you more in the long run. You need to buy a tractor and implements, and if you spend too much on the tractor you won't have enough left for the implements that you need to do the job. Another way to make sure you are right-sized is to make a list of tasks you need to get done, then shop for implements that will accomplish those tasks, then pick a tractor that will run everything on your implement list. If you blow your budget on the tractor it will sit in the garage while you wish for a rotary cutter, or box blade, or backhoe, or snow blower, or plow, or pallet forks, or chipper, or log splitter, or ...






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 04-13-2004, 17:38 Post: 82990
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 JD 4210 or New Holland TC35D???

Looks like you there are 2 of the same threads going at the same time. I posted some prices and example on the thread entitled " JD 4210 or TC35D????"






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 04-13-2004, 18:03 Post: 82999
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I started looking at the JD first, and then went to look at the NH's in the same price range as the JD (19000 with bucket loader and bushhog). Found that the NH has more bang for the buck. I was mostly wondering ig the NH was as good or better tractor as the JD. It's always nice to get more for the same amount of money. OH yeah, I have alot of conflicting data on the TC35d, is it a 4cyl or a 3cyl? Both the JD dealer and the NH dealer in my area seem to be very decent dealers. I'm guessing that the NH would just be a better by, dollar for dollar. Another thing is the NH dealer has every attachment at ther shop for rent or sale.






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The TC35 is a 3 cylinder.






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Since this will be your first tractor it might be a good idea to get brochures on both of them and then go down the specification list to see where they're different. It's a good way to get an education.






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 04-16-2004, 13:42 Post: 83323
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 JD 4210 or New Holland TC35D???

if you do purchase the nh. better keep it for a long time
resale and trade in figures are about 20% less then jd. its like bying a bayliner boat more bang for the buck but never holds up like a grady white! good luck roboha






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 04-16-2004, 15:41 Post: 83338
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Thanls for clearing up the cylinder question. The quote printout from the dearler said 4 cyl, but everything every where said 3. I have all the dealer ship brochures on both the 4210 and TC35d. I think that the 4210 will be to under powered, maybe not. I am still confused. One day I think JD and one day I think NH.






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