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 06-26-2006, 19:40 Post: 131392
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I live in Northern Va. The local NH dealer has a TC45D with 400 hours on it for 17K. It has a NH standard quick release loader on it but am unsure of exact one. Does that price sound ok? I have about 35 acres of pasture/Orchard grass to mow three or four times per year and other light duties requiring the bucket. Would a 7ft rotary cutter be too much for this tractor? Thanks much for any advice

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 06-26-2006, 19:50 Post: 131394
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I think the price is OK but I would like another 1K off the price. You can not run a 7ft with this tractor. You can only run a 6 ft.






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 06-26-2006, 19:58 Post: 131395
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Thanks, Should have figured the price was a bit high as this is the asking price. He has a TC40D for the same 17K but it has only 150 hrs. Which do you think would be better?

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 06-26-2006, 21:30 Post: 131399
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If you are running a 6ft cutter and have 35 acres to cut I would think you want as much hp you can get. The 400 vs 150 is not that much difference. I would work him to see which one he will give you the best price on.
Does either have a waranty left?






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 06-27-2006, 17:05 Post: 131461
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I am unsure of a remaining waranty on either. I will definitely find out. I plan on having the dealership "once over" the chosen tractor if they already haven't. Any ideas for good items to have closely inspected? Thanks for your time, I appreciate your help being that I am somewhat new to tractors..

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 06-27-2006, 17:26 Post: 131464
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I am not sure there are any real week points on the 40 or 45. You may want to check for acid leakage from the battery.
If you search for the TC45 and TC 45 on TP you should find some more info. Oneace worked in a NH dealer as a mechanic. I am suprised he has not chimed in he will have a better idea what to look for on the NH. I have only looked at them seriously to replace my 955.






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 06-27-2006, 18:00 Post: 131466
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There is not any really weak points on that tractor. I have seen very few in for any types of major repair. the only thing that I have seen more than once (maybe 4 out of 500) is a leaky hydro seal. That is really easy to spot. Look under the tractor right around the bell housing and there is a weep hole with a cotter pin sticking out of it. Check for any residue there






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 06-27-2006, 20:25 Post: 131470
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I'd put a Bush hog Squealer 84T behind the 45 and not worry. The offset cut and the shallow depth deck are easy to handle and with the twin tail wheels it rides smooth. you do have to use caution with the offset as things have been known to be hit.






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 06-27-2006, 21:08 Post: 131472
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Thanks again for all the advice. Oneace, I wil check that hydro seal.

I have been told the TC45D "could" pull a 7 footer but it might struggle. I guess a lot depends on what you want to cut?? The grass will be a fine mix for sheep and I don't have any woods or brush to cut. Flat and rolling pasture.

Art, with that in mind, what is it about the Squealer 84T that makes you think it will pull nicely? Weight?

Theoretically if a 7 foot is too much for a tractor, what are the adverse effects?

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 06-28-2006, 07:30 Post: 131477
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Normally with a bigger brush-hog the width is also the same as to the rear and more as the tail wheel hangs a couple of foot back further making front weights a priority or a loader. The twin spindle only hangs to the rear the about the same as a 42" bush hog! The twin wheels makes it smooth at speed and if you do have holes from wood chucks only one wheel falls in leaving the other to carry the machine over. The offset got a lot of people into trouble when they got to close and some actually bent the hitches after hitting barns, tree's or fence posts when turning as most mowers swing wide on the three point. The hitches were reinforced after the first couple of years to stop some of the bending they encountered as they were not originally reinforced for the offset and were the same as a typical three point brush hog. I have them out with the L-3400 hydro doing just fine and the people were glad to get them after mowing with only a five foot on a 29 horse tractor. It brought their mowing time down to a managable period that they could spend to do a nicer job and still have more time for other things.






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