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 12-25-2004, 08:47 Post: 102903
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I have a TC33D and now looking to add a loader. I am looking at both the old 7308 and the new 14LA. Can anyone give me pros and cons of buying either. Also, if you have a 14LA how do you like it.

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 12-26-2004, 10:37 Post: 102950
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New Holland did some upgrades to the tractors to be able to handle the 14la. Stronger front axle and bell housing. So I would have to say your only option would be the 7308. But Woods and bush hog also make a loader for that tractor.






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 12-26-2004, 18:05 Post: 102966
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Don't be too dissapointed if you have to get the 7308. While the 7308 is not as strong as the 14, it does have the nicer removal and installation, just like the old international and new John deere. My partner has that model and is very happy. His only complaint is no quick attach bucket.






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 12-26-2004, 20:34 Post: 102984
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Would you recommend the Woods or Bush Hog loaders over the 7308? If so, why?

Thanks for your help.....
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 01-11-2005, 09:25 Post: 103991
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Great Bend loaders are manfactured by Bush Hog,,same plant assembly line etc,there is also Rhino,Woods and Bush Hog,NOW,,why buy a different brand,,simple,,,$$$ about $800.00 less than the N/H brand,,in the defense of the N/H brand,,it does lift about 50 pounds more,,but$800.00 buys a LOT of beer!!






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 01-11-2005, 16:23 Post: 104026
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Unless you have a new TC33 I don't think you can use a 14 on it. I have a 7308 and love it, it has worked great for me. I also have a Rhino hoe which is identicle to the NH hoe ( Rhino makes the NH OEM hoes )It cost two grand less than the NH hoe. I was told Rhino also makes loaders for NH you might consider a Rhino since it is cheaper and identicle to the NH loaders.






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 02-24-2005, 10:29 Post: 106738
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If you don't have the Stronger front axle and bell housing I would not recommend putting a loader on it. My TC33D broke in half using the loader.

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 02-24-2005, 13:21 Post: 106742
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Apparently you should of took a basic tractor operating class if you broke your tc33d in half using the loader.
If your trying to be cute by bashing New Holand tractors
(by the looks of your profile it looks like you are here for that reason only) and think for one second that amyone here actually will think that is was the tractor and not you your wrong. They may play along and listen but when it comes right down to it, more than likely it was your fault.
Come to this forum and tell us what was manufactured wrong with your tractor that made it break in two. I would hope that very few people here would "BITE" onto your post. I think we went down this road before and more than likely if dennis would look up your IP he will find that this is the same poster that we had a lengthy disscusion with a year ago.
The title to this thread is fel decision. Not what could be the reason you broke your tractor in two. If you want to discuss that, than start a thread, why I broke my tractor in two. New Holland make very reputable tractors, although manufacturing mistakes can and do happen more times than not it is the inexperianced operator that thisnk they are operating a dozer and not a cut.






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 02-24-2005, 13:43 Post: 106746
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brokenarrow, I have been operating tractors for 35 years. You need a little more information before you start belittling me.






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 02-24-2005, 17:00 Post: 106750
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Sounds like old Billy r again. Same state and all.






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