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 12-22-2003, 10:49 Post: 71925
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Well, After finally getting to sit on a B7800 and comparing it to the TC30, I think the Kubota is out. The kubota seat is much more uncomfortable compared to the NH. I'm 6'2" and it seemed like the seat leans forward which makes my legs sit upward. Seems like NH has a much better way to adjust the seat both up and back.
So now its going to be a TC30 hydro with 7308 loader and ATI quick attach kit. The dealer quoted me $15,100+tax. Is that a fair price?






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 12-22-2003, 11:52 Post: 71927
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That sounds OK to me. The basic TC30 goes for about $11K and with hydro and a loader, you should be in about the right price range.

One thing to look at. I am not sure if the NH TC30 does this or not. It is sometimes useful to engage a rear wheel brake while in forward motion to tighten up a turn. I seem to remember some NH having the right brake and the hydro pedal on the same side making it difficult (impossible) to use the right steering brake in this way. It may not be an issue for you, but in a tight turn or limited traction situation, there are lots of things to do with the differential lock, brakes and other controls.

I bought a NH tractor with a gear tranny but I preferred the JD with the hydro.






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 12-23-2003, 12:01 Post: 72020
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Followup:

I was down at the NH dealer this AM to make sure that he made enough money for the year to have a nice holiday dinner and I looked at a new TC40D that was on the lot. The hydro pedals are not the same as when I bought my TC45. Now the hydro is controlled with the right foot and the brakes with the left. This is the way it should be in my opinion and is a change in configuration from when I initially looked at this size tractor.






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 01-15-2004, 13:44 Post: 74076
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I do not seem to be as fortunate as you in finding these prices. The best I found for the TC-30 with hydro and 7308 loader (no quick detach kit) and R4 tires was 16,200. Perhaps Connecticut is not the best place to buy one of these machines? Can you suggest a dealer who is more in line?






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 01-15-2004, 14:02 Post: 74080
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JerryG44: Try Corriher, I think they are in NC and have heard many great things about them, including Shipping. I bought a TC45D at Acorn Eqp., Where did you price yours?

As far as the hydro and brake, The hydro is now on the right side and the brakes are able to be used seperatly(left and right), or locked together.






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 01-15-2004, 14:28 Post: 74081
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You might be correct on the TC45D having the pedals on the opposite side of the hydro pedal, but on the TC30 they are still on the same side as the hydro pedal. I don't think it will make much difference to me since I don't think I would want to use it while mowing, might just tear up some grass...
I do have to say I finally got my TC30 and am really happy with it.






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 01-15-2004, 15:32 Post: 74087
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I know that the TC35-TC45 are the same fram, just different engines. The 30 frame must be a different one and that would explain the pedal difference. My TC45 is a 2003, and I believe that the new '04's are the same too.

Goos luck with the TC30.






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 01-16-2004, 09:40 Post: 74149
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Jason, Thanks for the advice I will e-mail Corriher for a price. Dutch it sounds like you got a good deal best of luck with your new machine, could you tell me what dealer you went through?






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 01-16-2004, 10:51 Post: 74165
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I went through Zimmer tractor in Monroe Ohio.






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 01-16-2004, 22:04 Post: 74246
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JerryG44: I bought my TC-30 4x4 Hydro with R-4s, equipped with a 7308 Loader with heavy duty bucket through Steve at Corriher this past September for $15,300 (no tax) as I lived out of state. I paid an additional $650 for shipping to Arkansas. Service was great and delivery was timely. Steve was very helpful and responsive. I also bought a Bush Hog and Box Blade as part of the deal. Overall was very pleased. And by the way, despite having only 18 hours of seat time to date, I'm very satisfied with the TC-30!










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