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 09-12-2004, 21:44 Post: 96311
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 TC 33 versus TC35

Any idea of reliability or other differences (other than horsepower) between the TC33 and the TC35?

Thanks for any insight you can give






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 09-13-2004, 06:28 Post: 96322
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 TC 33 versus TC35

The TC35 just like on the CASE-IH sides DX35 is a heavier chassis then the 33. Depending on what you are doing depends on which would be the better tractor for you. Larger is not always better as wwe have seen many people have to buy smaller machines to finish there work because they have gone overboard on there purchase.






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 09-13-2004, 08:27 Post: 96330
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After reading this sites many post over a year now, I recall only seeing one fella looking to down size machines. Most are pretty happy with there first choice, And some like myself up size to larger machines.sometimes after gettin a tractor your plans will change beings you now have something that will possible be able to do the job. That was the case for me and it turned out a larger machine fit the bill better. put some though into it before hand.






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 09-13-2004, 21:43 Post: 96389
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Great new pictures! looks like you realy have been playing too much!! Your right, alot of thought should go into what to buy. In my case I should of thought about moving to where I have my tractor before I ordered the 10 yards of top soil yesterday. I need to fill in spots and cover stumps in my dads yard so I can get planting with some grass before fall/winter. I moved about 5 yards by hand this afternoon (now I cant move) All the time I was saying to myself, "DAMM, Why am I here and my tractor is not! One gets spoiled with a loader quickly.






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 09-15-2004, 10:46 Post: 96524
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Yes that is very true, when I got my first tractor I almost didn't get the loader, boy would have been a hugh mistake. Now that I've had one a tractor without a loader would be like a car with no wheels.






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