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 10-22-2001, 15:59 Post: 32605
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Thanks for the input on considerations in comparing tractors and features. I went today and my wife and I tried out the TCs.The quotes I had received were:TC25D with Super Steer, R4s with ballast added in rear, 7308 FEL with Heavy Duty Bucket = 16250TC29 with Live PTO standard transmission, R4s rear loaded, 7308 FEL w HD Bucket = 14990TC29D same setup as 25D = 16725TC33D same setup as 25D = 17250They also offered the Bush Hog Razorback 5' rotary cutter for 510 and a rear remote for 250.As I mentioned in the other post, I already have a Agco Allis 5670, standard transmission,4wd, 60hp, Great Bend FEL. This second machine is so that during field and clearing operations and such I can have a tractor to supplement the big boy. Also my wife will use it for pasture clearing/mowing and various landscaping and farm activities.After she drove the TC29 standard transmission and the TC25D, the winner was the TC29. She is comfortable with stick shifts and felt more in control and the super steer wasn't enough to sway her from the TC29.Total Cost TC29 = 14990 + 510 + 250 = 15750.Thanks again for the input.Bill






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 10-22-2001, 20:55 Post: 32609
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Well Hooray for you guys! I was wondering what the verdict would be. Interesting comments you have about the stick shift and control. My wife feels the same way, we both prefer a manual shift and a clutch. She likes it for exactly the same reason - because she feels more in control. I like the manual shift because I can it seems to me that I can get more delicate with the loader when I'm working in real tight quarters; plus it stays right where it is when I turn it off and walk away. Getting away from tractors, I finally went for an automatic in my latest 4wd truck and have to admit that it seems real nice, if a bit lazy. That automatic sure takes the work (and some of the fun) out of driving. But my wife prefers her truck with its 5 speed stick and turbo diesel.






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 10-24-2001, 07:09 Post: 32640
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Excellent! I was beginning to think that I was about the only one that would rather have gears. This board seems to be mostly hydrostatic users, but around home, I don't think I've even seen anything but standard trannys. By the way, the deluxe (extendable) 3 point hitch is a nice option on the TC29S. Bill






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 10-28-2001, 21:38 Post: 32720
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I took delivery while I was gone on a short trip. Tomorrow we begin to use it and get my wife use to the attachments and handling it in a work environment. The second growth clearing work needs to progress and pastures cleared for next year.

Thanks for the replies. I will give some feedback after some real use.

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