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NH 33d price

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John Petersen
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2002-12-04          45722


I want to buy a new NH33D (hydrostatic) with bucket and 757C back hoe. There is one dealer in town and I can't get competitive bids. How much should I pay?

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Jeff Earthwerks Unli
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2002-12-06          45811


Are you, or do you know, a Ford MoCo employee? If you you do, you can buy the tractor and NH implements and accessories for the same price the dealer pays--just like A-plan to buy a car. NOTE: Buying a NH product DOES NOT AFFECT the discounts alotted your Ford employee (there is no reporting or tracking system). All I did was show the dealer my brother-in laws's pay stub, he made a copy of it, and he knocked $3500 off the tractor (I didn't need the loader). The dealer showed me the factory invoice (they cannot charge you more than what they paid for it). I paid with 6% tax a few bucks under $15,500.

I don't advocate doing things on the sly, but if you cannot get a Ford discount, visit another dealer and tell him you can get an employee discount and he will show you the paper work (price)--then go from there back to your local dealer and negotiate. You'll be amazed the profit there is selling this stuff. The dealer told me they get a kick back of 6% on each "discount" sale plus they get "recognition" (bonus????) at the end of the year for selling x-amount of units.

If you are anywhere near NW Ohio or SE Michigan, my dealer tells me they are ranked 3rd in the nation for selling tractors and would be happy to help you. J&R Tractor, Monroe, Michigan (734) 241-3232 ask for Bill the owner. ....

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