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 02-12-2001, 10:15 Post: 24133
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 tc33d or tc35d Are the differences worth it

Besides the 2hp difference, is the loader/hydro joystick worth it. There doesn't seem to be a huge differences except weight. What ya'll think?The price diff is in the $800-1000 range here.thanksgary






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 02-12-2001, 14:51 Post: 24146
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The differences between the TC35 & TC33 that I'm aware of are:
-additional 1000 lbs loader capacity
-rear brakes on left side to enable better brake steering
-increased 3 pt. lift capacity
-significant pulling capability (increased weight & power)
-no clutch pedal
-35 has cupholder Smile
In general, if you are doing alot of pushing, pulling, dragging or lifting and the larger frame size is not a hinderance then the TC35 would be my choice for $1000. If increased manueverability & lighter weight for mowing & such were important, then the TC33 fits best.






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 02-12-2001, 17:38 Post: 24151
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 tc33d or tc35d Are the differences worth it

I recently faced the same situation and went with the 35D for all of the reasons that John mentioned. I also noticed that the 25D, 29D, and 33D all appear to be the same tractor with different engines. The displacement on the 29D and 33D is the same and the 33D is rated at 2800 rpm while the 29D is rated at 2600 rpm. Besides I really wanted a cup holder.






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 02-12-2001, 21:05 Post: 24165
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Larry, how long have you had your tc35d?
are you happy with it?
How much did you give it for it?
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 02-13-2001, 15:41 Post: 24199
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Larry, When you say cup holder, are you referring to the indentation on the lid of the "tool box". I thought that was for shotglasses or old 6 oz Coke bottles. I want my next Boomer to have a real cupholder that accomodates my insulated 16oz coffee mug (permanently attached to my hand, my wife would say). Please don't get me going on the size of the vertical tool storage safe!






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 02-13-2001, 16:20 Post: 24204
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Gary, I will not get the new TC35D until this friday. The dealer had to shop around to find one for me. I paid 18,732 plus tax. As for the cupholder, it may not be much but it is better than nothing. I sure wish it was friday!!






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 02-14-2001, 07:26 Post: 24225
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Larry, do the dealers shop around too?
How are dealers allocated the tractors?
Hopefully mine will be here at the local dealer.
They have one all set up with the loader and all.
I'm going by friday to test it out
gary






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 02-14-2001, 08:08 Post: 24226
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Larry & Gary, the questions re:dealers allocation and trading around are interesting. I have some opinions that are based strictly on observations at and of the various dealers I have dealt with. 1)Dealers shopping sround? It is pretty common practice for them to come up with equipment at other dealers and have it "transferred" to their dealership so they must talk $ during those searches and process (after all they're paying for it). I think they know full well what the other guys are doing. 2)Allotment? I believe that there ARE tractors out there for dealers to acquire and sell (about every decent, and some not so decent, sized dealer I've visited has a fair selection of variously equipped models in their yard). So I don't think it's like the PT Cruiser phenomena where there are very low numbers and a great demand so that dealers can (legally?) charge a premium for product due to supply side challenges. There is certainly some sort of allotment but I can't believe that NH wouldn't supply more tractors to those dealers who are good to them and sell more tractors.
IMHO some dealers simply don't care too much about making as much money as others but I really think this is a factor of personality and business style rather than strictly profit motive. Three local NH dealers (within 2 hours) -- Dealer #A inherited the dealership from family, likes to take 2 hour long lunches, the owners are the only ones who talk sales (and I don't think to each other) and just simply ain't too interested in making great deals. Dealer #B gets right back to me, wheels and deals and really seems interested in my business - he clearly has the highest overhead in terms of physical plant and location! Dealer #C is smaller than other two (but still has Boomers in yard and says he can get whatever I want pronto) is willing to talk tractors at length and is a great guy but won't (says he "can't"Wink yeah right really deal on $$ at all -from my perspective, he has by far the lowest overhead! Go Figure! Different businesses have different business strategies! I think the bottom line as a consumer is that you go with what makes you comfortable. Price is a part of what makes me feel comfortable so is definitely a factor in my decisions. Hey, $2000 difference on a rig is a nice tiller or 1/3 of a backhoe (depending, of course on what dealer you talk to!!!). Nuff said.






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 02-14-2001, 16:38 Post: 24237
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 tc33d or tc35d Are the differences worth it

For my 2 cents - Dealers are about as useful as snakes. Mine told me the boomer I was looking at was the "last" one he'd have for quite sometime. 2 days later I was in the area & drove by, he not only had 2 like mine, but he also had 5 other boomers! Don't buy NH in Chattanooga!!!






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 02-14-2001, 17:31 Post: 24239
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I've emailed 7 NH tracer dealers in the last few days to see what there's TC35d are going for and I've not heard from any of them. Not very good business, are they all set in there old ways?
I hope not






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