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 04-15-2001, 07:49 Post: 26727
Mick Snell



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Hello out there would like some advice. I got a price from a local dealer here in Nebraska on a dx 29 with a case mid mount mower 72" & a L130 loader, it has turf tires hst tranny folding rops. The price he quoted me was 19,800 I think I could buy it for 19,000. what do you guys think THANKS






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 04-15-2001, 08:14 Post: 26730
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Mick, I know very little about the new Case DX series except that they appear to be a twin to the New Holland Boomer. Location and the fact that the DX is a new series for Case may well impact the price, But it seems that $19,800 is fair and right in the ballpark. I was quoted $18,700 for a NH TC29D with FEL (no mower)which should be very similar in specs to a DX29D. That was without any dickering in price. I wouldn't think that the New Holland TC series and the Case DX series would or should be all that differant in price considering there close to being twins. You might find it worth reading the past postings on the TC 29D and see what kind of information and prices people paid. The CTB has a lot of great information in it, from all over the Country, and Knowledge is Power. Good Luck ! Mark






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