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 06-03-2004, 14:08 Post: 87651
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I just wanted to let you folks know what a great deal Tarheel Tractor gave me on my tractor. They Were the lowest price around. I drove from NY and picked up my tractor. I had no problems..and the tractor was everything they said it was. I would buy from them again anytime. I saved over 3000.00 buy going down there. Steve is a great guy and there number is 1-866-728-9719..






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 06-03-2004, 14:13 Post: 87652
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This sounds like spam to me. A proud new owner would likely say what he bought and NOT include the phone number of the salesman.






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 06-03-2004, 15:46 Post: 87657
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 First New Holland from Tarheel Tractor

I too thought it was a strange post, seemed to be touting the dealer a LOT more than his prized new tractor.

The 'subject' struck me as strange also, "First New Holland from tarheel Tractor" sounds more like a Grand Opening special than a pleased tractor owner.

Maybe I'm just too much of a cynic.

Best of luck.






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 06-09-2004, 23:37 Post: 88206
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As a recent customer of Tarheel's I can vouch for Steve. I purchased nearly $10k of attachments for my new TC33 site unseen over the phone from Steve. I expained to him that I had no knowledge of tractors, told him what I wanted and what I wanted it to do. A week later I was pulling the equipment of the truck. I have yet to mount and try out the backhoe, but the mower deck, brush cutter and rake fit my work perfectly. When I found out that I needed pins for the three point hitch, he overnighted TWO sets free of charge. Since he beat the local dealers prices by several hundred dollars, he will get all my repeat business. THank you kindly, Smitty.






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 06-10-2004, 22:13 Post: 88280
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that is quite a statment!!!!!!!!!! I told ya they are GOOD!






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 07-03-2004, 09:21 Post: 89971
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i dont push companies but steve is right, tarheel has been great. prices were much better than i could find elsewhere and brandon is a funny guy,he returned every question i asked no mater how stupid they may have seemed. lets face it your not buying a lawnmower for 1500. your spending 10-20-or over 30000 thats a lot of cash to me.






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 07-04-2004, 17:23 Post: 90041
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All I'll say is to drive from NY to NC is not very smart. I am located in PA and can always meet or beet there price. Now what are you going to do when you need warranty work done. More than likely your local dealer will blow you off. Any way good luck you'll probably need it.






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 07-04-2004, 20:30 Post: 90070
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Sounds like the competition is really bent to me!!






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 07-04-2004, 22:48 Post: 90083
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Well that is the way it is they will not out right tell you they will not wok on it but they will blow you off. We however will work on other dealers sales but we do not do it with the urgency we do like our customers. I know Tarheel sponsors this site but I do not agree with there business practices. They sell there tractors on e-bay yeah that is fine but if you live 500 mi away who is going to service your unit do the campaign work. Call them and I know your going to get hammered with an outrageous bill for a road call. Nh will only pay $50 for travel time. Plus how would you even know about some of the work that is required or as needed that NH calls for. If your lucky you might get a letter stating what needs to be done but then what. What is a sale with out service after the sale? A HUGE HEADACHE!!! But hey maybe you might get lucky and get a unit that will never need any repairs Laughing out loud.






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 07-09-2004, 06:23 Post: 90396
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 First New Holland from Tarheel Tractor

I would agree with Oneace. I brought my NH in early June 04 from a local dealer about 18 miles away. They would not let me pickup the tractor, insisted on delivery, and on a Saturday morning. The delivery driver knew the tractor, went over everything, and answered all questions. I had an excellent purchasing experience. I have not used them for service yet, but will at he 50 hour interval.

Tractors are not like cars/trucks you don't purchase one every 3 -5 years. With a car dealership they will offer you service, even if they didn't sell the vehicle, hoping you will make a future purchase.

I am a firm believer of buying American and buying local. Yes, I know, the boomers are not all American made. However, when you purchase locally you provide the business to people who are your neighbors.






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