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 12-18-2002, 20:53 Post: 46275
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i need help on which one i should choose, i only have 1 acre, but plan to buy 10-20 acres that borders me mostly pastures. im sold on the new holland tractors i just need help finding the right one. i really like the 35 but i've read that it is a little under powered for the chassis i love the 40, but i think it is probably too much money, i think the 33 is to small i need a larger tractor because i will be doing a lot of grading and landscaping around my house tell me what you guys think, and if you would give me a good idea of what each one is worth new.






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 12-18-2002, 21:38 Post: 46278
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If it were me, I'd go with the TC40D. It may be a little higher but the price difference over the life of the tractor is pennies a day.

Another thing is, I've never heard anyone complain about having too much HP but plenty complaining about not having enough (or barely enough). Go for it! You'll be glad you did later.

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 12-18-2002, 23:07 Post: 46281
MIKE FROM MI
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I JUST BOUGHT A TC40D WITH SUPER STEER IN AUGUST.ITS GREAT HAS PLEANTY OF POWER.I ADDED A FRONT END LOADER AND BACKHOE.HYD STATIC TRANS 4WD.ITS MORE THAN I NEED BUTT WHAT A LITTLE WORK HORSE.I,M NOT TELLING YOU WHAT TO BUY.BUTT I'AM NOT SORRY AT ALL THAT I GOT IT.KEEP I MIND THAT PTO HP IS A LITTLE LESS THAN ENGINE HP.GOOD LUCK






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 12-19-2002, 05:59 Post: 46291
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I went through the same thing about 20 months ago and ended up with the same tractor as Mike except no backhoe. No regrets here. I thought that I didn't need all that HP either, but you seem to find uses for it. The Super Steer option is also worth the money for me. Good Luck.






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 12-19-2002, 19:09 Post: 46314
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I have a TC29 with backhoe and loader and it is a great size for residential landscaping and small excavation work. The smaller size allows for tighter maneuverability and fits in and around tight landscaping.

Although I only live on three acres, and mow 2.5. I also do part time mowing, both feild and residential. My tractor handles a 5ft brushhog and tiiler just fine, as well as a 6ft 3pt finish mower. The TC33D has the capability of handling the same size implements with ease. Don't know what your plans are regarding your pastures, but I think the TC33D will handle all of your needs.

One thing to think about is, that New Holland should be offering thier new 14LA loader for the TC29/33 soon. It will have the curved arms like those on TC35/40/45. And more lift capacity/height than thier previous 7308 loader.I for one went with an aftermarket Woods loader last year to gain larger capacities.






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