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 11-15-2003, 21:51 Post: 68870
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

Hope some one can help. New to the tractor buying game, but am fixin to take the plunge. Need to maintain 1/4 mile driveway, handle small hobby farm chores. thinking I need a machine about the size of the TC30, B7800, or 790-with FEL, box scraper, and front blade as part of initial purchase. shredder to come later. overall, like the feel of the blue one best. All 3 machines coming in with desired implements around $15,000, plus or minus a little. Any suggestions from from the resident experts? Thanks much!






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 11-15-2003, 22:35 Post: 68873
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

They are all good machines with loyal owners. Don't underestimate your gut instinct. Did one dealer seem better than another, or do any of the dealers have questionable reputations?

The 790 is available only with collarshift transmission, the TC30 and B7800 have other options. Make sure the quotes are apples to apples with regard to transmission types.

The TC30 has a few more HP than the 790 and also has wet brakes vs. the 790s dry brakes, although not too many people complain about the 790s dry brakes. It may make a difference in a few years if you have lots of hills on your property. I'm not sure about the kubota.






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 11-15-2003, 23:55 Post: 68875
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

The 790 has a floor shifter between your legs, the "big brother" 990 has the collar shift.

Those are the machines I considered as well when I bought my 790. I also considered the AGCO ST30X, Kioti 3054 and Century. All nice, and will probbaly all get the job done.






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 11-16-2003, 06:42 Post: 68878
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

You will find the owners of each will thing they are great, and really they are. I have had a Tc-30 for 6 months and I'm very happy with it. If you are going to box blade, get it with a top and tilt system (dual rear hydrulic remotes) I added after and big $$$, good luck, enjoy your quest






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 11-16-2003, 07:28 Post: 68881
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TC30 and the 7800 are the two that have the most power for pto opertaion or for blowing and mowing and also with the hydro the easiest to operate. The NH's seem to have a few problems but are manageable. The 7800 has been flawless for owners so far. I would have to go with your comfort on the dealer and the two tractors mentioned to get the most bang for your buck. Just don't pay extra for a color, it is worth it for the right dealer.






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 11-16-2003, 09:17 Post: 68890
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

Art, excellent comment on checking out the dealer. I've seen numerous posts where things either turned out good or bad depending on the dealer. I was spending all my time checking out tractors, features, etc. , but the light just came on that I probably also need to check out the dealers I'm talking to. Any suggestions on how to check out a dealer, especially if you don't know someone that's dealt with them (e.g. the dealer is some distance from where you live)??






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 11-16-2003, 10:34 Post: 68892
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

If you are going to get a front blade with the purchase make sure it is engineered to the tractor, not for so much for size, but ease of installing.

You don't want to be laying in the snow for 45 minutes with hydraulic fluid dripping on your jacket every time you need to swap front implements.






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 11-16-2003, 10:45 Post: 68893
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thanks for all the input! Just one more question, however. I'm one of those guys who likes to try and buy American when possible. Are Kubotas mfg'd here in country or in Japan? anyone know!






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 11-16-2003, 11:36 Post: 68898
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 NH TC30 vs Kubota B7800 vs JD 790

I have had my TC30 for six months, have put just over 110 hours on it (about 50 hours loader work w/7308 loader, about 40 hours mowing with a 60" rotary cutter, and the rest misc. with rear blade). The machine and all attachments have performed flawlessly. During the summer I used the machine many days with ambient temperatures well over 100 degrees and the last couple of weeks have been using it with temperatures in the 15-20 degree range. The machine always starts and runs excellent and has performed all tasks as advertised.
You will never regret purchasing a TC30. This machine has been a pleasure to own and operate.






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 11-16-2003, 12:38 Post: 68900
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Kubota does have a plant in Georgia but all compacts come from the orient or other countries. They account for 80 percent of the market. Some market under there own name, some don't.






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