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 05-06-2001, 09:31 Post: 27804
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I picked up my TC35D with HD bucket with AG tires. I like it allot it has good power in low range but I did dog it down when I was diggig in a gravel bank but I was running the bucket and pushing forward. Dont get me wrong this bank was BIG rocks. I could use more power but if I had a 100HP tractor I would want a 110 HP tractor so I had to stop somewhere. In the first hour I lost the front valve stem and now it's raining cats and dogs. Thanks to everone for the help PHIL FORM MN TC35D owner!!






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Gotta love Valve Stems. I've broken a few in the last couple years. I've noticed on some older tractors that there is a metal gaurd welded on the rim to help prvent damage. I'm not sure if the TC NH's have that.

I just put money down on a TC40D and a 16LA loader with R4's. I expect it next week. I think the 35 would have been enough tractor for me, but went for the 40 just cause of 4cyl vs. 3cyl. (probably makes no difference in reliability maybe even less, more moving parts in a 4 Cyl, less loading per cylinder though, who knows).

If you don't mind telling me what was the price of your tractor? I paid $16402 for the 40D with the R4 tires. $3450 for the loader with HD bucket. and $300 for Aux rear Hydraulics.

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