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 06-20-2001, 06:36 Post: 29442
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 NH TC35 vs Kubota L3010 Loaders

I looked at the Kubota L3010 and how the front end loader was designed. It is supported across the top, across the front of the tractor and it is supported all the way back to the rear axle. I have only looked at the TC33 so far. It is only supported by 4 bolts on each side of the lower block. Please correct me if I am wrong but it seems that the Kubota is going to out perform and last the NH hands down. I still like the NH brand but I am really concerned about the design. Is the NH TC35 designed the same way?






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 06-21-2001, 13:06 Post: 29496
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 NH TC35 vs Kubota L3010 Loaders

The 35/40/45's all have a brace that ties the front and the rear of the tractor together when a loader is installed. There is one brace on each side made from I believe 1/2" plate steel that is about 6 inches wide. Off the top of my head I don't recall how the loader itself is attached to the tractor.






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