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 02-23-1999, 00:00 Post: 1282




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 NH Boomer are they a Quality Tractor

I have been told to stay away from the New Holland Boomers, that they aren't as good as the Kubota and John Deeres. I think this may be some type of brand loyality problem. If anyone has praticle info with reguards to the Boomers service records please give an answer to this post. I would like to hear from other owners and operaters. Thanks for your time ,






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 02-24-1999, 00:00 Post: 1300




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I test drove a boomer last summer and the thing that did NOT impress me about it was the engine. It smoked a lot, was noisy, and hard starting. The dealer told me that they were working on a new head design to compensate for this.






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 02-24-1999, 00:00 Post: 1302




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I have a TC18....no smoke $ the engine is quiet






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I test drove a TC25 and TC29. They did smoke quite a bit when first started (it was a brisk 20 degree day), and the dealer told me that they are shipped with a fuel additive for extra lubrication, that makes them smoke more than normal. As I recall, they did stop smoking after a minute or so. I don't remember them being excessively noisy. I have read the older boomers didhave these problems (smoke and noise).






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Please clarify whether you are talking about a 25 or 30 series Boomer, or a TC.






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 02-24-1999, 00:00 Post: 1311
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Seems Like yoiu got a real good price. Best we could in the Denver Area Was 18,300 for a 4300 with mid pto folding rop-s and a 430 loader. have about 125 hrs on tractor and its been everything we wanted. Needed to put quite a bit of weight on the backend for best raction though.






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I am talking about the new TC Boomers. I am looking at the TC 29 D series Hydrostatic tractor with a loader, turf tires, rear mower and Tiller. Any information on these tractors will help me in my quest. Thanks Tim






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 02-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 1313




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I know it was not the TC, it was the 26hp model, whatever that is. Sorry I can't be more specific.






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 02-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 1329
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 NH Boomer are they a Quality Tractor

Well, my dealer and NH tell me I am the only person in the US with workingexperience with both a 1725 Boomer and a TC29 Boomer, so I'll try to answer yourquestion. The 1725, and the other 25 and 30 models had a *lot* of problems. Smoky,noisy, loss of power, etc. I had so much trouble with the 1725 that NH replacedthe tractor with a TC29. Now *thats* a tractor! It's quieter, more powerful, anddoes not smoke unless it's a cold start, and then only for a minute or so. NH redesignedthe engines for the new TC models, and it's made a total difference. I farm, soI've done a lot of heavy work with my TC, and I'm very happy with it overall. Minehas the 9/3 tranny, loader, and loaded ag tires. It's become a joke around here that it's myliveaboard tractor, because it does everything from just carrying me down to thebarn when it's too icy to walk, to hauling fill, digging ditches, skidding logs, plowing snow, and much in between. I heartily recommend the TC's to anyone lookingfor a good, reliable tractor. I do my own maintenance, greasing, oil, etc., andI haven't had a service call in over 120 hours.






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 02-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 1338
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I've been looking at the Boomer's as well.It seems to be a clean little tractor. I stumbled onto the NH website, don't no that this will help any.Good luckK Gryder






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