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 03-10-2004, 14:06 Post: 79458
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

I have been posting over on the Century and Kioti boards because that's where my decision was headed. That is, until I found the Corriher website. As I figure it, I could buy a TC33 with loader from Corriher and have it shipped up here to eastern PA and get the thing into my barn for less than a Kioti. There is just no comparison with the local NH dealers, who shall remain unnamed. This tractor is going to live a very easy life, with a 14 acre estate to maintain - some lawn to mow and some pasture to bushhog and some horse manure and mulch to load. I am not planning to build Mt. Rushmore with it.

What's the downside of buying from Corriher and having the tractor trucked in? Another interesting twist here - the Kubota dealer close to me is also a Case/IH dealer. Will he now have access to NH parts?






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 03-10-2004, 14:39 Post: 79461
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

I am located in south eastern PA. Traditionaly my prices are close Corriher's and I am local enough to provide you with service down the road. I am all for shopping around for a good deal, but a relationship with a local dealer has to be given some value as well. Let me know if you would like pricing.

neilm AT messicks.com






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 03-10-2004, 20:20 Post: 79505
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

They have only needed the part numbers before to order the NH parts.






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 03-10-2004, 20:22 Post: 79506
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I'm wrong with that as they have not had that advantage. We have had it do to the New holland equipment we have sold but not every Case IH dealer has had that option.






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 03-10-2004, 21:00 Post: 79513
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

I saw the artical in Farm Equipment "The perils of cherry picking"
New York dealer Art White talks about the hazards of handling too many brands.






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 03-11-2004, 09:16 Post: 79546
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

PALADIN, If you are from northeast Pa. stop by my Kioti dealership and I will guarentee you will walk or drive out with a big smile on your face!!






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 03-11-2004, 22:44 Post: 79607
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

PALADIN,
i LOVE what is happening here in regard to your post. i bought from corriher (live in sc), got a great price & have had only minor difficulties since i bought my tc33d w/fel & backhoe. there,HOWEVER, are a few things that i have had to forego; 1)my fel is weak, needs adj., but i can't afford to have it trucked to nc to have it tested. the local dealer (still po'd because i bought elsewhere,) won't help. 2)a hydraulic hose blew out, i called corriher to get one shipped to replace it, was told, "well just go somewhere & buy one." - which i ended up doing, but it should have been covered by warranty.... and, there are other things, but that's not the point of this post.
the thing i really like is that local dealers are reading & replying to your need for a new tractor. if a LOCAL dealer sees he can cut a few dollars & gain a lifetime customer, EVERYBODY WINS> i hope you can find a local dealer who will give you a good price & take care of you.
let me end this long dissertation with this - if i had to buy from a "long distance" dealer, corriher is the one i'd go with, ted works hard to please his customers. but, there is something to be said to buying from someone you can go see tomorrow if you just need a little tlc. - my 2 pennies

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 03-12-2004, 17:47 Post: 79671
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

paladin I am also in SE PA and bought local for the same price quoted me by Ted. I also have been very happy with my dealer. I bought TC 33D, FEL with filled R4s.






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 03-19-2004, 13:52 Post: 80409
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 Why not buy from Corriher (or Tarheel)?

My local dealer was originally $1000 over Corriher, I told my local guy I was shopping Kubota and NH and that I already had a lower NH price. Next thing I knew, his price dropped and I bought local. But I would have bought Corriher . . . and my NH has never needed service.






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 03-20-2004, 07:31 Post: 80465
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I started locally in Connecticut and when the NH dealer I went to was over $4,000 more for the BASE TC24, I didn't even give him a second chance.

He was asking $14,400 for the gear drive TC24D. What a joke! With a MMM, and loader I was looking at almost $20,000. Give me a break. No wounder why he's "...really hurting this winter...".

I'm glad to give my business to Tarheel Tractor just on principle alone.






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