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 02-02-2001, 15:00 Post: 23876
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I am considering buying a NH TC29D, with turf tires, with the following equipment:NH 7308 Loader w/ 68" bucket,NH 60" front mount snow blower,Land Pride FD25 60" grooming mower,Land Pride RC15 60" rotary cutter,Land Pride 1558 Rototiller.The entire package will cost $26500. From what I've read on this board, this seems high. Can anyone tell me what a good price would be.I just bought 10 acres in upstate NY, north of Albany, near Vermont. I have about 2 acres of lawn, 6 acres of pasture and about 1/4 mile of hilly driveway. I intend to garden 1/2 acre and expand the garden later. Is this an appropriate package for me. I've looked at JD and Kubota also, but I really like the Boomer. I'm a total novice at this, and would greatly appreciate any help! Thanks!






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 02-02-2001, 23:02 Post: 23903
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rbz01 As mentioned in my post of yeserday or so, I priced out a TC29D w/ R4s, 7308FEL,NH 930B 60" finish mower, NH 60" 105A Tiller for $20,000 delvd (dealer about 2 1/2 hours me and 3 from you). I know that front snow blowers are notoriously (as in highway robbers) expensive but I can't believe you can't get a blower and rotary mower for under the $6,500 difference! So $26,500 seems a tad high especially with turfs that lower my price down about another $200.
The rig you are looking at seems like it will be great for your needs. The only question I would have is whether you really wnat turfs. Ags or better yet R4 would probably be better for all of your needs except, perhaps, your finish mowings, and they probably would be fine for that as well. IMHO, the added security, durabilty and traction the Industrials will give you would be appreciated in the long run. Good Luck!






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 02-03-2001, 04:29 Post: 23906
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Last year, one could buy a TC29D for about $14000 + $3000 for the 7308 loader in Ohio. I couldn't say on the other implements, but overall, I agree that the price seems high. That setup sounds ideal for your needs described other than I would recommend the R4's. I bought a TC33D w/ R4's last year & they work well for my needs.






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 02-03-2001, 05:21 Post: 23910
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I just purchased a TC29D with turf tires for $13,588. The 7308 loader with HD 60" bucket was $2,926. Total price was $16,514 and that included welding chain hooks on the bucket. Of course that price does not include tax. Good luck.






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 02-03-2001, 07:15 Post: 23918
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I would ask the following questions:
How much of the loader's mount kit will have to be removed to attach the snowblower, and how long will this take 2X a year?
If the driveway is NOT paved, will a blower work effectively and trouble-free?
Would a loader-mount plow be cheaper & better than a blower?
Will I want a cab to protect me when I am out there?
Do I really want turfs, and will a 60" blower clear my track width with turfs?






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 02-03-2001, 09:17 Post: 23924
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Consider that with a rear mount snowblower:
1. Save an avalanche of $$$
2. Much less hassle of install/uninstall (not unlike PC software)
3. Keep bucket on/available for balance & moving drifts, piles, etc.
4. Get to use that nifty swiveling seat for something more useful than showing other tractor owners your nifty swiveling seat!
5. No need for a cab - you keep warm from all the body contortions!
6. Get to come up with lots of answers for the same question you get asked over and over again - "Why isn't your snow blower on the front?"






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 02-03-2001, 10:03 Post: 23925
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I paid about the same as Larry in Michigan for my TC29D a year ago August. I've been moving snow (lots) here in SE Michigan and have been able to do just fine with my turfs & no chains. Never have had a traction problem, steering is a little problematical only if I have to much down pressure on the FEL.

I would consider a 72" finish mower rather than a 60". The TC29 handles it just fine & mowing goes quicker. I use a Landpride Model 1572 (72"Wink yeah right rear discharge on my 5 (hilly) acres. I found out from Landpride I can get mulching blades for it. I plan to order those soon.






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 02-05-2001, 14:31 Post: 23965
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RBZ01, I also live north of Albany and did a fair amount of shopping for Kubota and NH before I bought a JD4400 last year. I can probably guess where you got your NH quote from your product description. If you email me directly I'll fill you in on what I learned shopping in this area and what I thought were good dealerships and good prices. Good luck.






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 02-05-2001, 15:08 Post: 23966
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Thanks, JeffM, I would love that info, but I need your e-mail address.-Rich






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 02-05-2001, 21:11 Post: 23972
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rbz01,

Just click on JeffM (in blue with underline) in the above message. I jump to his e-mail address with my browser.

Peter






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