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 02-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 1112
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 TC25 Boomer Vs. Kubota B2400

I am torn between a TC25 New Holland Boomer and a B2400 Kubota. My needs are for rough finishing of 6 acres including grading, moving dirt and clearing brush as well as mowing 2-3 acres of lawn. Which of these two tractors should I buy and what implements other than a loader and a brush hog






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 02-14-1999, 00:00 Post: 1128
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 TC25 Boomer Vs. Kubota B2400

I prefer Kubota. Havent had much expireince w/boomers yet. but not very impressed w/construction. Also have b2400 w/loader for sale,nice 150hrs., ags, stillunder warranty






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 02-15-1999, 00:00 Post: 1134




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I'm doing the same evaluation. It's a close call for me. But I'm going with the Boomer because of the supersteer, larger engine, better hydraulic pump capacity, and a bunch of little details like the swivel seat.Engines: Kubota has a 68.5 cu. in. engine with 24gross HP (18 at PTO) with hydroBoomer has a 81.2 cu.in. engine with 25 gross HP (20.3 at PTO) with HydroSo Boomer has a bigger engine producing the same horsepower, which means it is not working as hard, or someone is cheating on their specs.Pump Capacity:Kubota 5.8GPM vs 7.1 for the 25D.






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A bigger engine with the same HP could also mean it is not as efficient. Compare fuel use to see if that is the case. Just because the engine displacement is larger does not mean all the other parts are built any stronger. The same total amount of force within the engine occurs to produce a given amount of HP reguardless of the displacement. You might want to compare RPM as well. For me reliability is the number one factor. Did you check what it costs to fix these things?






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You gotta be careful about the hydraulic pump output. Some of the units ('can't say about either here) use a bigger pump to drive their power steering. This effectively uses much, if not all, of the surplus for the steering. I believe that many Massey units are like that. Others have a fully independent power steering system, like what you'd find in a car. Lee






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 02-16-1999, 00:00 Post: 1152
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How much can you get a new Boomer TC25 for with hydro, supersteer and loader? My understanding is that the Kubota is much less expensive.Thanks






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A larger displacement engine at the same RPM compared to a smaller one will run smoother and quieter. It would seem to me that, with engine part quality being equal, the larger displacement engine would last a little longer. Fuel efficiency...who cares? The difference wouldn't be much. Performance is more important to me than a few more dollars at the pump.






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I got a price several weeks ago of $17,850, with turfs.






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For the tractor you mention:TC25D (incl. SS and Hydro)7308 Loader with Heavy Duty 60" bucketI paid $18,570 at my local dealer...Got a quote from Ritchie tractor at $18,400 for the same equipment,but they're about 500 miles away. My local dealer is 6 miles down the road!






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Oh yeah,that price included R-4 tires.






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