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 03-22-2000, 00:00 Post: 14058
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 NH TC35D any owners out there yet??

saw the brochure for the NH TC35D today...I'm thinking I need to add it to my shopping list. Anyone out there have any comments/experiences with the real thing yet??






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 07-11-2000, 19:49 Post: 17884
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ANDY, DID YOU PURCHASE ATC35D? I ORDERED ONE WITH BUCKET. WOULD REALLY LIKE TO HEAR SOME STORIES FROM ANY OWNERS. I ORDERED A 5' BUCKET AND AM WONDERING IF I WILL BE SORRY I DID NOT GET A 6'. DEALER TOLD ME A 66" ONE WAS NOT AVAILABLE.
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 07-12-2000, 07:25 Post: 17891
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William, I'm the proud owner of a JD4300. Although I'm sure its a fine tractor, the TC35D was a bit too large for my needs.






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 07-12-2000, 09:09 Post: 17892
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andy, i had the same concern about size although the weight is similar.
i can't wait to take delivery to see if i made a good decision






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 07-13-2000, 22:19 Post: 17950
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I have been the proud owner of a TC-35D for about a month. I have about 12 hours on it. So far I have moved many yards of dirt with the 72"HD bucket and the 17LA loader, I have mowed my yard 3 times with the 84" mid mount mower, and have rear bladed my 1/2 mile long gravel drive way 4 times. The tractor is well designed and built, ergonomics are great, easy to use, attachments come on and off very quickly(tonight loader in about 10 min). The only problems I have had so far is a slight leak in two quick connects for the FEL which the dealer is going to correct and a slight rattle in the area of the starter which he is also going to look at.

You mentioned the extra weight and for the winter months(Wisconsin) this is one thing that attracted me to the 35D. I have turf tires but plan on having chains on hand if the turfs slip too much in 4WD. Super steer is great but you do have to watch the turf because a real tight turn with this much weight with speed will leave a mark(go slow and your fine). The other thing I noticed with SS is the way the front end at first moves toward the object you are turning away from because of the way the axel articulates.

Any questions let me know.






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 07-14-2000, 23:12 Post: 17974
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Dave,

I'm looking at the the TC35D too. I've driven one but not with the loader yet. One quick question. I've heard that some New Hollands (not necessarily Boomers) do not permit simultaneous bucket and boom loader movement. Any experience to share with your loader? Does it perform both boom and bucket movement simultaneously? quickly?

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 07-15-2000, 22:19 Post: 17995
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peter, i have ordered a tc35a. cannot answer you bucket question. i am supposed to receive mine in about a week. will let let you know. i ordered a 5 ft. bucket. i am now wondering if i should have ordered a 6 ft. one. it just seemed a little big for that size tractor but 5 feet is not as wide as my tires.






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 07-20-2000, 22:34 Post: 18149
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Peter, sorry I have been out of it for a while to much work not enough fun time. Sitting here thinking about your question, I can't honestly remember if you can move the boom and bucket at the same time. I believe you can, but I will verify it this weekend. I have the loader off right now but will need to put it on again this weekend. Now the "quickly" question I can answer, both the Deere and the Kubota are faster at loader activities then the NH 35Ds. I remember going through the specs of comparable Deere's(4400) and Kubota(34XX) and both were faster in the print. However, IMHO experience is more important when using a loader then a few seconds in cycle times. The better you become at using the loader the faster the work will be and the less important a few seconds of cycle time are. I have seen people waste more time because they are not using one correctly, including myself at times Wink yeah right






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 07-25-2000, 21:27 Post: 18269
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Well I've decided to take the plunge with the TC35D with 16LA loader. In my tests this past weekend you can move the bucket and boom at the same time. Should be delivered this Friday! This seems like a really good machine, I can hardly wait.

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 07-29-2000, 21:03 Post: 18358
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Bill,

Did you get your tractor yet? Got mine yesterday. What a great machine. Been mowing like a fool. BTW I got the 72" bucket. From what I've read the tractor has the power to handle it. Plus for snow removal I wanted a bigger bucket that extends outside of the wheels. My 2 cents.

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