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 07-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 6368
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I have a NH 1925 hydro with 57 hours. I purchased the tractor new (5 hrs.) back in April. At that time I did not know this site existed and I was unaware of the problems people were experiencing with this NH model(mainly Farminlady). Well, I believe I am becoming a victim of the Smokin' Boomer Syndrome. For the past 10 hours the tractor has been smoking alot and this has been happening with no load on the tractor, just driving over to the wood pile and splitting wood. The inside of the exhaust is very wet and oily. I am new to diesel engines and I'm not sure if this smoke is normal. By the way, I did perform the 50 hr. break-in service this past weekend and used NH oil and filters. Is anybody else experiencing this with their 1725 or 1925 Boomers? Is there a fix for this problem, besides NH replacing tractor with the new TC series like they did for Farminlady? Has anybody else with this problem had NH replace their tractor? Any feedback on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.






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 07-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 6377
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I said this to farminlady then, and I'll tell you now. I think your tractor was not dyno'ed during the pre-delivery process, or if it was, it wasn't done long enough to properly seat the piston rings. This, along with a pattern of low RPM- light load operation after delivery will glaze the cylinder walls & ring surfaces, causing smoke, slobber from the exhaust & improper combustion. Your engine needs to be torn down, deglazed, re-rung, and broken in properly. Of course this is just one man's opinion, and I've been wrong before........................






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 08-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 6503
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I had a smoking issue at 150 hours which the dealer told me was normal. Turns out it was a cracked head (at one of the injection ports). If you going to seek help form NH I wish you all the luck in the world, they would not even call me back.






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 08-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 6528
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The Smokin Boomer II is now an Oil Leaking Boomer. I found a puddle of oil beneath the exhaust pipe and oil spots on the left front tire after 2 hours of light load operation. Called the dealer and he has never heard of this problem before with the compacts. Dealer is suppose to come get the tractor and look into the problem. I'm sure they will not do what needs to be done to fix the tractor so I'm getting ready to contact New Holland. Any comments from other 1725/1925 Boomer owners would be very helpful. Thanks.






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 08-02-1999, 00:00 Post: 6529
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I bought a new 1925 about the same time you did. During the break-in, I operated it at varying speeds in the 50%-90% throttle range. I recently contacted a gentleman who posted here named Rick B and that is basically what he advised me for a break-in procedure. My 1925 does not smoke and you can run your finger around the inside of the exhaust and it comes back clean. I am totally inexperienced with compact diesels, but from your posting and some other postings, it seems to me that prolonged operation at low engine speed is a death sentence to them.






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 08-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 6549
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During the first 40-45 hours of operation, I also operated the tractor at varying speeds in the 50%-90% throttle range. Due to the drought here in the Midwest, I have not mowed my 5 acres since the end of June. The last 20 hours have been no load, low RPM operating a log splitter. This type of operation should not be a death sentence for a brand new machine. The dealer picked the tractor up this morning and I cant wait to hear what they think is wrong. I have a feeling they will tell me that I didn't break it in properly and there is nothing they can do. Next stop - New Holland customer service and my lawyer. Thanks to all that have replied!






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 08-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 6574
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Improper break in could possibly lead to problems after several thousand hours, not after sixty hours. I would want a refund and a different color tractor.






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