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 12-01-2003, 19:41 Post: 70066
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Well I am thinking about taking the leap to make that first Tractor purchase. Have worked on my neighbors farm for 6 years now helping him out with hay in the summer. Mostly driving the Farmall M and on occasion the 90 hp Massey. We recently purchased a new home with a little over 3 acres and have fenced most of it for our horses. I realize after only a few months that a small tractor would really help out around the house. Looking at a 1998 NH 1725. Sitting on a dealers lot, they are asking 12,500 with a FEL and 450 hours. Tried to find a little more about the 1725 and have not had too much luck. Looking for some feedback on this tractor or should I look at the TC24. Would mostly be used for moving manure/keeping pasture undercontrol (2/1/2 acres) looking at getting the MMM and selling my Yardman riding mower. Thoughts? Comments? By the way this is one of the best discussions sites I have found. Some of the best and most knowledgable feedback I have seen.






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 12-01-2003, 20:11 Post: 70067
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I just purchased a 97 1725 a few weeks ago. I had borrowed my buddies TC25 a few times and really liked it. I went searching for something similar and ran across the 1725 for a good price. The 1725 looks identical to the TC25 and TC29 and has 29 HP. I really don't see how you could go wrong with it. It's all the tractor I need for my 5 acres.

One thing I wish that it had was a locking differential. I'm not sure if it can be added or not. The TC25 has it.

I must have gotten a good deal on mine. I got it from a private party for 11,400. It has a 7308 FEL and a Land Pride tiller. It only has 195 hrs on it! I did have to go trade the turf tires in on R4s which cost me $400 and additional $250 to have them filled. So now I'm in it $12,050.

The price the dealer is asking isn't too bad really. You might see if he'll hagle or throw something in. It cost me $175 to puchase all the filters and hydraulic oil. See if they'd toss that it. But a dealer is always going to ask more than a private seller.

As long as it doesn't show signs of abuse or neglect buy it. It's a great tractor!






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 12-01-2003, 20:15 Post: 70068
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wbowhunt, first off welcome! Unless this is a 4WD 1725 I would say pass on it. Without 4WD, you will hate the tractor. $12,500 is a bit on the high side. I would say more like the $8,500 price range is within reason. Get 4WD with any CUT you are considering, especially if you plan to mount a FEL. You will need front traction to get a decent bite with a FEL. For not much more money than they are asking for this tractor; you could buy a brand new John Deere 790. Now would be a good time to do some comparison price shopping amongst all the color tractors. Might help give you a feel for what is out there and what would be best to your liking.






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 12-01-2003, 20:39 Post: 70069
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Mine is a 4WD. Yeah, I wouldn't even consider any tractor without 4WD. Everyone I've talked to said I got a great deal. It might depend on the area what the prices are.

My dealer wanted $15,300 for a new TC30 with 7308 FEL. Kubota L7800 was $15,500. There was a used dealer here trying to sell a 79 Kubota 24 HP 4WD (can't remember model) with 650 hrs, paint all faded, tires cracked, and a new aftermarket (after-thought looking) loader. He wanted $8,500. The guy was nuts! There are a lot of used dealers around here trying to peddle all brands of tractors (some gray market) with after-thought loaders for around $10K that in my eyes were a roach. Even a new Jin-ma or other Chinese copy is $13K. At that point I was going to buy new until I found the 1725.
But It's definitely worth looking at new too. Especially Dec. 31st at closing time.
My extra 2 cents.....






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 12-02-2003, 01:05 Post: 70075
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I'd take a long look at a TC-30, bought mine in May03 was $14050 bought new in NC, 4wd,7308fel,loaded R4's gear. the 1725 is a fine tractor but $12500 plus tax and what else? no warranty. Now if you can get it sitting in your backyard for less than $11000, but first I would talk to the New holland dealer that advertises on this site, heck they were advertsing TC-30, gear, bushhog 185 loaders for $13500 a month ago,but it is a weaker loader by 20%, Happy Hunting, More Research Required






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 12-02-2003, 01:19 Post: 70076
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They still have A Tc-30 r4's gear 9x3 with a bushhog 1846QT loader for $13500, too much for that 1725






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 12-02-2003, 06:54 Post: 70080
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Hey bowhunt, what part of WV are you in? I'm from Shepherdstown, WV. I just bought a new Kubota B-7800 4X4 with R-4 tires, FEL, box blade, MMM, 2 link chains for $17,650. Kubota was offering some pretty nice financing at 3.99% for 5 years. I had bought a used tractor and didn't have a real good experience. After I got it, it started to nickel and dime me, so I went new. The 7800 is 30 HP and I love it. It is big enough to do some nice loader work, but small enough to make it convenient to mow with. Good luck






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 12-02-2003, 07:12 Post: 70082
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Let me repeat myself, This is one good site and you guys and gals are really a great bunch of folks, the quick and thought out feedback is such a help in this process.
The 1725 is 4WD and listed as Excellent Condition. Other then the FEL. that is it for 12,500. But here again this is asking price. I am going up to test drive Thursday, The dealer carries both NH and Kubota, new and used. So I am going to take a long look at all my options when I get there ( Got the whole day set aside ), I had been looking at the TC29, but it doesn't appear to have the Mid PTO. I am not sure the 1725 does either ( More research going on )
I was planning on checkin on the John Deere dealer on my way home. I Was just Curious about the 1725 and it's short time around as an avaiable model. Is this common? Thanks again for the feedback. Kubotaguy, Looks like we are Neighbors. I live in Shepherdstown as well.






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 12-02-2003, 07:28 Post: 70084
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My Question is Where is the Dealer that has this TC 30 deal for 13500? The price looks good but if I am looking at delivery from the midwest and then Support afterwords, I am really saving or getting a deal?






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 12-02-2003, 07:43 Post: 70087
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Figure around $9,300 since it is a 4WD model. I don't know that much about this particular tractor but it was manufactured from 1997 to 1998. This is NOT a very good indication of good piece of equipment.






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