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 06-27-2004, 16:47 Post: 89442
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I need to make a decision on a New Holland by Wednesday (June 30th) on a tractor to get discount pricing and 0% interest. I had about made my mind up on a HST TC30 4wd, but after reading some posts I'm somewhat confused. For the same money I can get a TC35 but in 2wd. What makes the TC29 4wd so much better than the TC30? Will do light landscaping and maintain my 4.5 acres.






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 06-27-2004, 17:04 Post: 89443
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Can't help ya with the New Holland question but I'm sure there is a good New Holland man around here somewhere. I don't think you have to hurry though. I have a feeling the deals will stay the same or get better for a while.






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 06-27-2004, 17:41 Post: 89446
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You'll never forgive yourself for NOT getting 4wd, It's a must on these small machines.

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 06-27-2004, 19:35 Post: 89460
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Keep in mind,the re-sale value on a 2WD is really BAD,,go for the 4WD,,you will be glad you did,,and at 0% financing it wont hurt so bad!






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 06-27-2004, 20:19 Post: 89463
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If you are going to be using a FEL, 4wd is a must. You will be very disappinted with the limitations of the 2wd, and as previously said, the resale will kill you.






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 06-27-2004, 21:31 Post: 89469
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Thanks for the advice guys! For a first time tractor buyer this is invaluable information. I think I might go ahead and have the dealer install a FEL. Does anyone know how much I should expect to pay for the FEL to be installed at time of purchase?






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 07-03-2004, 09:14 Post: 89970
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bella i dont know if you purchased the tractor yet but get a 4x4. and dont get it too small. i just sold my 34 hp new holland and got a tc48. nothing worse than spending 3 days getting out a stump you could have gotten out in 3 hrs.






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