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 10-01-2000, 01:44 Post: 20204
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Hello Boomer owners i'm looking at a TC33D with a 7308 fel and 72" belly mower R4's filled and power beyond for a future backhoe for $19,229.59 wich seem's fairly reasonable since I don't think haggling for a price is worth it my only worry is that i read on the board that the NH couldn't even pick up a load of gravel or a decent size feild stone is that truth or somebody on green angry because you all payed less than they did. Thank you all for any time you waste on me I am needy.






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 10-01-2000, 08:38 Post: 20208
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Eric--

You've got a good price. I paid 20.5M for a 33D, 7308, ballasted R4s, 60" belly and a 60" Bush Hog (Razorback). May have overpaid a bit--then again, I've had a tractor for a month, and you haven't!

As to the loader not being able to handle a bucket of gravel, IMHO that's a little silly, or the report pertained to a rig with some kind of mechanical failure. Although I haven't run out for a load of pea gravel, among the first things I did was move several full-to-the-brim buckets of fieldstone, packed in tight. The tractor didn't blink an eye, although I was certainly glad for the tire ballast. I have also used a "carry all" on the 3. for a couple of skids loaded high with stone, again without a complaint, and have moved buckets full of soil without the tractor even noticing.

As I recall, the point of the writer re. the pea gravel was that NH compacts were for people who wanted their wives to do the tractoring, and orange tractors were for he-men who used their tractors 24/7. Whatever; my F-150 with an automatic transmission is certainly lighter-duty than the F-250 stickshift it replaced, but frankly is a lot more useful for reasons like an extended cab, airbags, etc.--and is basically as capable on the back 30. To date, the 33D has done what I've asked with no beef at all, and, in fact, my wife is far more comfortable on it than on other compacts we've had. I assume the NH compacts are not best for everybody, but after a good bit of research, including driving various other colors, I found them best for us.






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 10-01-2000, 09:05 Post: 20209
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I don't recall the specific message you're talking about, and of course, I'm a Kubota owner (and glad I am since I prefer the Kubota), but that TC33D and 7308 loader is a fine machine. If you like it better than the Kubota, it's the one you ought to buy, and I'll bet it'll do what you want to do just fine. I haven't used a TC33, but I have operated my cousin's TC29D and like it almost (not quite) as much as my B2710.






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 10-01-2000, 15:42 Post: 20213
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Have a TC40D and the NH loader is properly sized for the unit. Move pull bucket loads of CA6 gravel and heaping buckets of clay with no problem. That previous post must have had a leaking hydraulic unit, low RPMs, or maybe the JD loader reacts differently than NH loaders do.

The price/package you mentioned seems pretty good. If you like the unit, go for it!

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