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 01-07-2001, 13:05 Post: 23163
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Looked at a TC33D (w/o SS) and was quoted $13,800 + $3300 for a 7308 FEL. Wondering if this is in the ball park or over the left field fence? Dealership is in SW Oklahoma.






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 01-07-2001, 16:29 Post: 23169
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Chris, I'm sure no expert on prices, but that sounds about right to me.






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 01-08-2001, 20:00 Post: 23214
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Chris,

I looked at the same set up in Iowa the other day and that was about the same price they came up with. Gonna have to sell the 1320 first.----Cliff






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 01-08-2001, 21:31 Post: 23222
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Chris,

I thinks that's a good price, comparable to the lower quotes I've seen posted on this board in the past. I paid $18300 for my TC33D, w/o SS, with filled R1s, deluxe hitch, and 7308 FEL last September in Albuquerque. - Jeff






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 01-13-2001, 16:57 Post: 23399
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Chris,
That sounds like a very decent price. Is that with R4s or turf? Turfs are about 200+ less.

Jeff,
I thought the deluxe 3-point was standard on the D model, did I miss something? I am about ready to put out the hard earned bread on a TC33D with FEL, loaded turf tires, 68" bucket, w/o SS for just over $16,000 not including taxes. This is supposed to be an A-Plan price(employe discount). I was also looking at a JD 4300. They are pretty pricey and I understand they just had a recall on them for some aluminum housing part failing in the rear end . I understand there are other issue with that series such as weak fenders and hoods. The JD has a litle advantage in the specs but I'm a little concerned about the quality and performance issues. I haven't put down any money yet.






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 01-13-2001, 17:18 Post: 23400
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Richard,
That was the price quoted with the R-4's. Wanted to have the deal finalized today but had to clean up after the Christmas ice storm.






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 01-13-2001, 21:11 Post: 23406
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Richard - not sure whether the deluxe hitch is standard or not. Either way, its a very useful feature. I also looked at the JD 4300, but was not impressed by the dealer in my area, the additional $6K in price, and the fiberglass fibers from the fender that were embedded in my arm after I tested the tractor. The one I tested had a gear transmission and it was almost impossible to shift. Perhaps I just came across a bad example. I've had excellent luck with my TC33D and highly recommend it. The JD has more capacity on the 3ph, but the TC33D can lift 1600 lb, which is enough to lift the heaviest implement I'm contemplating (i.e. a chipper). The 7308 is very easy to attach/detach. Wish it had a quick-attach bucket. I think the JD loader has that feature. The JD loader can lift more as well, but on the other hand I haven't found myself needing more capacity on the NH loader while moving snow, dirt, rocks, or firewood. The NH also has a very comfortable seat with a swivel feature. Its wheel brake setup is, unfortunately, worthless. You basically can't use the hydrostatic pedal and the left/right wheel brakes at the same time. They're all operated by the right foot. A work around is to lock the hydrostatic pedal with the cruise control and use the clutch to engage/disengage the transmission. To make this work, you have to disable a switch operated by the left brake pedal, which otherwise disengages the cruise control every time you push that pedal. (If anyone has figured out a better work around, I'd be interested.) Something to consider if you need wheel brake steering. I went for the TC33D due to a better dealer and better price. It does everything I need and I haven't had any regrets. My two cents. - Jeff






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 01-14-2001, 16:15 Post: 23413
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I would say it's in the ball park but maybe in the outfield. This past May, I paid $16500 for TC33D with SS, 7308 loader(5'hd bkt), block heater, arm rests, work light. I know that this dealer (Ohio) gave me a good deal due to this older unit being under contract twice before, but the deals fell through. I would try to get other factory options thrown in or the dollars down a little, but if you a comfortable with a repritable dealer, that is worth alot. I think that maybe the prices for the 25-29-33's may come down due the popularity of the 35-40-45's (which are not currently prices alot higher than their little brothers - that is only my speculation -> don't expect NH to follow my maketing ideas. The extending 3pt lower arms are standard on the "D" and are a great little extra.






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 01-14-2001, 23:37 Post: 23424
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John,
Your deal is a great price. I'm ready to go visit that Dealer. Just for chuckles how far is he away from Ann Arbor, MI






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 01-15-2001, 18:37 Post: 23440
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275 miles but I'm not sure that he'd deal with "that state up north" (as Woody Hayes use to say) unless you happen to have an extra head football coach...Laughing out loud
Go Bucks!






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