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 08-11-2004, 19:27 Post: 93257
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I have been looking into the NH TC40a with a 16 la loader and the Kubota 3830 DT with a 723 loader.
I like both tractors but each seem to have their own strong points. I will be using to keep roads up, some moving of rocks and bush hogging. Any recommendations?






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 08-11-2004, 19:35 Post: 93258
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Which dealer do you like best?






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 08-11-2004, 19:40 Post: 93259
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I have no problems with the dealers in which I have been talking to, some are higher priced than others. All that I have checked seem to have a good reputation for customer service. I am seeing a difference in the pricing on the two units. I know the differances but just wondered about anyones experience with these tractors.






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 08-11-2004, 20:18 Post: 93263
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Deam - I have an L3130 Kubota, Same frame & body as the L3830 with smaller motor. The thing is an OX. So Solid & strong. I contimplated between a TC40 & L3130 before I purchased. I did a lot of research on here & after reading & seeing the pic about the NH that broke in Half, I saw it all. I am not saying they are a terrible tractor but When I was chatting with my former Deere dealer one day who only sells deere, I told him I wasnt sure if I wanted Blue or orange & he said orange was a more solid unit. So after hearing him & reading different threads on here I decided on Kubota, & now that I have owned it for a while, I am glad I did! I think NH is designed more for AG use.






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 08-11-2004, 21:24 Post: 93277
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Appreciate the response. I tried to upgrade so I could read all of your response but something is wrong with the server. Based on your experience do think that the money difference from the 3130 to the 3830 is worth it. I current have a 2 wheel drive 35hp tractor that doesn't cut the mustard. I don't want to come up short again.






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 08-11-2004, 21:37 Post: 93280
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Given the choice between Orange and Blue; my personal preference would be for the Kubota hands down. If you are coming up short with a 35hp tractor now and do not want to come up short on hp again; you may want to consider the L4330 or L4630. 3 hp is not likely to make a world of difference and you may be disappointed with the machine wishing you had gone with more tractor. If you have not done so already; take a look at the new Deere 4000 Twenty CUT's. They are a bit on the large side but plenty of hp. You may even be able to swing a nice deal on a 4000 Ten Series 4610 or 4710 as well.






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 08-11-2004, 21:56 Post: 93281
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I looked into 4330 but the price sky rocketed out of my budget, also I have looked at the Kioti dk40 and 45 but I have been burnt trying to resale what you might say not one of the chosen 3, so I am a little skeptical . I'm trying not to spend over 20k less if possible. Any help on dealers that provide good services and pricing would be appreciated. I'm hoping with the 4 wd drive I am going to see a big difference.






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 08-12-2004, 06:45 Post: 93291
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You will see a big difference with the 4 wd. Based on what your saying, You should go with the L3830.






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deamtn, the difference between 2wd & 4wd is like night and day in my opinion. Prior to my 4410, I owned a Kubota L245. The L245 was a nice little machine although a bit cramped on the operator station but the 2wd was horrible on slopes. It had the L1200 FEL and L590 RFM; it cut well but would slide down hills of any significance. 4wd allows braking action on 4 tires vs 2 and doubles traction. If the L3830 is what fits your budget; I am sure you will be very satisfied with it.






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 08-12-2004, 08:11 Post: 93297
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I have a NH TC40 and have not been stopped yet with it. 44 hours, half from cutting with a 72" rotary cutter and spraying. The other half is pulling a 2btm plow thru soil a bit too wet, It felt like I could handle a 3 or 4 btm plow. I spent 2 hours digging thry large rocks and clay. No damage to the bucket what so ever and since I was digging at an angle, the only limitations I had when trying to get some rocks to move was the wieght of the tractor, the front end would lift off before the tractor lost power (never lost power enough to stop it).
My tractor has not broke in half yet (Laughing out loud) but then again I have been the only one who owned and operated it.
Building tractors is not rocket science. Upgrade asap so you can read all the posts.






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