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 06-08-2000, 11:24 Post: 17029
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I live in New England and recently bought a TC29S FWD with live PTO, fold-down ROPS, deluxe 3 point hitch, engine heater, 7308 loader with HD 60" bucket, R4 tires, and calcium chloride in rear tires. Total price out the door (tax not included) was $14,900.I love my tractor!






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 06-11-2000, 20:46 Post: 17115
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Michael, sounds like you got a good deal. I bought the same tractor except is was a TC 29 with the 9x3 tran. live PTO, folding ROPS, 7308 loader w/HD bucket, engine block heater, fluid in the tires for $14780. What is the TC29S? I don't know what the "S" stands for.






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 06-12-2000, 07:55 Post: 17121
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Sounds like we bought pretty much the same tractor. The 'S' stands for standard. Mine also has a 9x3 and--I'd guess like yours--the shifter is not on the floor but up by the steering wheel. What state are you located in? What kind of tires did you get? What do you use the tractor for?






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 06-12-2000, 21:24 Post: 17145
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Michael, yes it sounds as if we bought the same tractor, except I have the Ag tires. I test drove one that did not have a live PTO and the gearshift was down low. I did not know that the shift for the live PTO came on the dash untill my dealer delivered the tractor--but I definately prefer it there! I had to wait 7 weeks from the time I ordered it. I am in Wisconsin, Packer Country actually, and use the tractor a little around the house, but I also own 119 acres in the northern part of the state that I am partially converting to a Christmas tree farm. This is where the tractor is being used to build roads, cut grass,etc. I only have 30 hours on it (got it in early May) but I am very pleased with the machine. How bout you?






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 06-13-2000, 08:16 Post: 17152
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The dealer where I test drove didn't have a 29 with a live PTO. As with you, I drove one of the standard models with the shifter on the floor. Since I use mine mostly for ag work, I didn't see any problem with the non-live PTO. However, that dealer wasn't at all responsive. I ended up calling a dealer in a neighboring state--both dealers are approximately the same distance from me--and he happened to have a 29LIVE sitting on his lot. He described it to me, made the price much cheaper than the non-live his competitor was trying to sell me, and was able to deliver it the next day. I've got 18 acres in Vermont and have started a very small Christmas tree farm. I've also tilled about 1/2 acre for a combination pumpkin patch and vegetable garden. We're located just outside town and look forward to trying our hand at a roadside stand. I got mine in April and have almost 40 hours on it. I mowed my fields last year with one of those walk-behind brush cutters--what a difference a 5' brush hog makes! I'm very glad that the second dealer mentioned the live PTO--I don't think I'd be as happy with a non-live PTO. It's come in handy with the tiller. Did you spend a lot of time negotiating the price? What was the dealer's starting point?






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 06-13-2000, 17:45 Post: 17165
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I got prices from several dealers in WI., as well as one or two out of state. All dealers where within $750 of each other. I went to the dealer I liked the best (wasn't the closest, unfortunatly) and told him I wanted to buy a tractor from him, but he needed to beat all the others in price. He did. I also used the tractor to till a garden this spring. I rented one for $100/day. Luckily the neighbors had me do there gardens as well and we all split the cost. My 12'x40' garden took all of 5 minutes to till! Do you own a tiller?






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 06-13-2000, 19:26 Post: 17166
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In addition to the tractor, I splurged and got a 5' rotary mower, a 5' King Kutter gear-driven tiller, a 6' blade, a one row cultivator, and a 15" middle-buster. I've had no problems with any of them. The tiller worked wonderfully--much better than being dragged around the 50'x30' garden my wife has me get ready each year. Instead of a half day of tilling, I had everything tilled and the rows laid out within an hour. I've also used the tiller on the 1/2 acre that I'm growing pumpkins and vegetables in--worked like a charm. The cultivator has come in somewhat handy though I wish my soil had a little less clay. The cultivator has a tendency to cultivate some pretty big chunks of soil. Guess I really should have spent that extra year getting the fields ready. I've used the blade to distribute rocks on my gravel drive. Doesn't work all that well--kind of wish I bought a box scraper. I settled on the blade cause it'll be my back up for snow removal.






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 06-19-2000, 12:46 Post: 17316
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Michael: Sounds like the tractor I hope to get this fall. What's the difference between a live and non-live pto? What's the benefits vs. drawbacks?
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 06-19-2000, 13:18 Post: 17317
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Standard TCs (e.g. gear-shift) have non-live PTO/single-stage clutch. When you put the clutch in to stop the tractor, power to the PTO also stops. The TC29 live has a live PTO with a two-stage clutch. The clutch has three settings--fully out, partially in, and fully in. Fully out engages the drive wheels and--if turned on by the hand control--the PTO. Partially in engages only the PTO--again, if turned on by the hand control. Fully in engages nothing. On a non-live PTO, certain implements (such as a rotary cutter) may require an overrunning PTO clutch--a $50-$75 part that fits between the PTO shaft on the tractor and the driveline and allows a spinning PTO shaft to continue spinning once power from the tractor is stopped. Live PTO effectively allows you to have the PTO running while the tractor is standing still and/or allows to you stop and start the tractor movement while the PTO continues to be powered.






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 06-19-2000, 13:21 Post: 17318
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I should have also mentioned that the HST transmissions on the deluxe TCs all have live PTO. If you spend the extra money for an HST, part of what you're buying is the ability to run the PTO independently of the tractor drive train.






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