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 11-24-2000, 21:32 Post: 21778
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Why do the forums stop at the TC33's???






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 01-19-2001, 20:57 Post: 23532
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I would assume the larger jump in chassis size could be the mainreason. The difference between the smaller chassis TC29/33 and the larger size TC35/40/45 is fairly significant. I should know, my final decision came down to TC33D or TC35D. I chose the TC35D because of more weight and I have unlimited room for storage. If you need more info on what I paid and the options I rec'd would be glad to share.

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 01-19-2001, 21:13 Post: 23535
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Aaron--there are always some of us that would be interested in the pricing and your thoughts about options on a TC35D. Thanks






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 01-19-2001, 21:29 Post: 23537
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I just purchased a new TC35D, hydro, loader, 4WD, R4 tires,ROPS, but NO SS (don't miss it) for $19,000. I voluntered 50% down and financed the rest with New Holland finance for 1 year at 0%. I could have financed the entire thing at 0% but it gave me a little leverage. I think there was a little more room in the deal but I want to have good service and relations with the dealer and didn't want to be know as the small tightass farmer. I got a BushHog 72" tiller for $1,500 and will go back and get a BushHog box blade later this month and will pay between $424 - 475 (a fair price with them still making money of the list of $550).






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 01-19-2001, 21:30 Post: 23538
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I just purchased a new TC35D, hydro, loader, 4WD, R4 tires,ROPS, but NO SS (don't miss it) for $19,000. I voluntered 50% down and financed the rest with New Holland finance for 1 year at 0%. I could have financed the entire thing at 0% but it gave me a little leverage. I think there was a little more room in the deal but I want to have good service and relations with the dealer and didn't want to be know as the small tightass farmer. I got a BushHog 72" tiller for $1,500 and will go back and get a BushHog box blade later this month and will pay between $424 - 475 (a fair price with them still making money of the list of $550).






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 01-21-2001, 11:07 Post: 23554
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Aaron,
I'm in the process of trying to finalize pricing on a TC33D4 and the price you got on the TC40D is pretty good comparatively. So far I'm in for about $17,300.00 for the machine plus ,FEL w/68" bucket,Turf tires (loaded) and deliverd. Taxes not included. I think you got a lot of machine for the money. It seems the pricing is more competitive as you move west.






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 01-22-2001, 03:33 Post: 23563
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Just for clarification, I purchased the TC35D, not the 40 model. However, the TC35/40 /45 are all based around the same chassis. You said the dealer was at 17,300 for a TC33D. For less than $2,000 the larger chassis is really nice if you can justify the size for storage and the job to be done. The acreage a person owns is not the primary determiner in sizing a tractor. It should really be based on the jobs to be done. If you stay with the TC33D make sure you leverage thehell outta the deal: 1. get a discount on all implements purchased now and over the next 12 months 2. New Holland Finance offers % interest for 1 year on all things purchased 3. get a hat






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 01-22-2001, 17:43 Post: 23582
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I like to say I give these things alot of thought but the long and short of it is I just have not had the time to add the TC 35 to the directory.






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 02-18-2001, 09:13 Post: 24335
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Webmaster, please get to it... There's about to be one more tc35d owner. Here's a few of the reason I choose a tc35d over the rest.
Boy's the 16LA loader specs says max lifting capacity is 1800lbs!!!
That's nearly 1000lbs greater than the loader for all the ~30hp orange, green and blue tractors. The height that this loader can dump is 81in. I put it over a 7ft chain link fence and dumped. Amazing!
Aslo, the tc35d has the feul tank in the rear. Much easier to filler-up. The rap-around headlights, the tilt and tele steering wheel, and the 72" bucket.
The really slick HST package where there is no clutch and you can jump into a higher speed at the flip of a switch or the press of a button on the loader joystick and back again. Oh and let's talk about the Joystick. The position of that right next to my hip is great. No more reaching for the knob.
But to show that I was totally awed,NH need to get there act together on this sloppy seat belt setup. Give me somewhere to tuck it or better yet spring loaded. They've pack a lot of creature features in this baby.
I've got a good out the door price of right at 18,500.
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 02-18-2001, 12:18 Post: 24340
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Idle down Gary! webmaster does a good job, don't ruin a good board with a bunch of BS. TL






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