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 10-23-2004, 18:57 Post: 99127
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"Little Blue" (TZ24) should arrive this Monday or Tuesday. I asked my dealer if I could add a hydraulic top link to my order and he said it's not available! When I asked if he meant for the TZ24 or in general, he said "In general, except for larger machines". Does anyone know where I can find a top link (hydraulic - category I) for my machine. This sure would make it easier to control the box blade from the driver's seat!

By the way, one of the reasons I opted for the TZ24 over the Kubota BX2230 and JD 2210 is that it had a category I 3-point hitch and not a "limited" category I.






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 10-23-2004, 22:37 Post: 99138
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You bet. Rankin Equiptment(no relation): rankineqco dot com or gearmore dot com.

Both handle the exact same product.






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 10-24-2004, 02:17 Post: 99143
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With the Tz tractors the only aux. hydro. outlets are for the loader. You can not get rear out puts on them. But there are ways around that.






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 10-24-2004, 06:27 Post: 99148
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I am surprised that the TZ's three-point hitch is different than the other tractors in this class. Out of Deere, Kubota, and Massey only the JD 2210 advertises a "limited" Cat 1 but the hitches on all three are virtually the same, at least by appearance. What I was told about the GC2300 is that its hitch meets all the ASAE standards for Cat 1 except for lift height. This is more a function of the rear tire size than anything since with the short tires the hitch ends up close to the ground. My guess is that the New Holland is the same way but I don't know that for sure. (I believe the standard calls for a hitch ball height of at least 32" at the heighest position.)






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 10-24-2004, 07:15 Post: 99150
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Oneace, I'm not sure what you're refering to as "auxiliary hydro outlets" but my machine will have rear-mounted hydraulics to rotate the chute of a Farm King snowblower. The control is mounted on the right-rear fender. I was hoping to use the same for a hydraulic top link when using the box scraper.

What am I missing?






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 10-24-2004, 09:08 Post: 99155
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That will work, your dealer must be doing it special for you. As I said it can be worked around.






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 10-24-2004, 09:27 Post: 99157
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Thanks DRankin for the leads on Gearmore and Rankin. It never hurts to have more sources for equipment!

Thanks also to Oneace for the reply. By the way, I understood from my dealer that the rear-mounted hydraulics was an option from New Holland since there's already a slot for the control lever on the fender. The TZ24 I tried had this option and that's why I added it to my order. If you look at some of the pictures for TZ series on the NH web site you can see where the control lever would be located.






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 10-24-2004, 13:06 Post: 99160
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After further looking in to it. Via our sales books. I was wrong. We have just never put one on any of the tz tractors we have sold. Sorry for any confusion.






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 10-24-2004, 15:38 Post: 99164
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JT: The TZ is a nice little machine, but the 3pt is no different from the JD 2210 or Kubota BX. The limit on the "Limited 3PT" is the lift height and all of the 3 have nearly identical chassis height.






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 10-25-2004, 06:16 Post: 99204
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I brought my TZ24DA in June and the dealer provided me with a top link. It came with the tractor.

I had to ask the dealer for the top link as they don't leave them attached to the tractors. Not all individuals are honest.

I would suggest you check back with your dealer. If it would help I can take a digital picture of my and email to you.

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