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 08-15-2001, 23:38 Post: 30987
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Have a new TC45D ordered to replace recalled TC40D. I need the NH Part Number for the Brush Guard I have heard mentioned here a bunch of times. My dealer did not know it existed until I showed him a picture in the Boomer Brochure.






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 08-18-2001, 08:18 Post: 31065
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Why was your TC40D recalled? I just got mine tues. should I be nevous?






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 08-21-2001, 22:28 Post: 31165
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My TC40D was one of the early 1500+ that had to have the gear replaced in the transmission due to the safety recall. I did not want a tractor with less than 100 hours on it that had been split in half and torn down about as far as it could be. I worked out a deal where I paid for hours used, and cost difference between a 2000 and a 2001 model. My new one should be here this week. No need to worry, I bought a TC45D that did not have to have 20+ hours of work on it to replace 1 gear. I love the tractor and the service I received from NH to make me happy.






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 09-24-2002, 20:15 Post: 42873
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I just got one for my TC33D--it was all chipped and gouged up from lack of good packaging materials. They put the parts in plastic bags with foam peanuts and think that will do. WRONG!

Tell your dealer to look in his "Hard Goods binder" it is separate from whatever they have on the computer.






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 09-24-2002, 20:27 Post: 42874
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Found the paper work for the instructions.
P/N 719849026
Instructions says it fits TC35-45D but it fit my 33D fine. Same part works for Case IH models D35-DX45 too.






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