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Boomer TZ24DA and similar New Holland Subcompacts

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rwacho
Join Date: May 2004
Posts: 25 Houston, TX
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2013-04-09          186619


Hello,
I was looking for some assistance with the TSB for cracked fenders on this style of tractor. I don't know what the TSB number is.
It has to do with the mitigating cracks where the seat attaches to the fender. I've seen a post where a TSB is mentioned, but not the TSB number.
I have contacted New Holland out of Wisconsin and my local dealership located in Navasota, TX.
I'm hoping that someone knows the TSB number so I can give it to the dealership. I don't seem to be getting too quick of a response from them. Thanks!


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Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 2168 West of Toronto
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2013-04-11          186665


In my opinion, for what it's worth, it's not the owner's obligation to quote a TSB number or even to invoke a TSB remedy. Just mention that you're heading for a consumer protection government agency and a personal lawyer for resolution -- unless the dealer can offer a simpler solution. If there's no satisfactory offer, head to Small Claims Court, naming the dealer (especially if that's where you got it) as defendant. ....

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