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Flimsy fenders on TC33D

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JimFFF
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 8
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2003-07-16          59646


I just traded my 98 TC29D on a new 2003 TC33D and I'm really disappointed in the flimsy rear fenders New Holland has deteriorated to. Is there any known fix for the weak fiberglass fenders? Is this a known issue with anyone? The guy who thought up this cost cutting item and the guy who approved it ought to be fired!

Other than the weak fiberglass fenders the new tractor is nice.



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Flimsy fenders on TC33D

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daustin
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 11 NJ
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2003-07-17          59695


My TC33D fenders are fine. I have 45 hours on it now and the composite hood and fenders were one of the fetures I liked. No more dents! ....

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Flimsy fenders on TC33D

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melensdad
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 90 Northwest Indiana, near Lowell and 8 miles from Beecher, Illinois
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2003-07-17          59702


The point is to flex a bit before they break or dent. They are used on GMC medium duty trucks as well. Our repair bills on our fleet have gone down since they switched a few years back. I like the fenders on my TC24D for the very same reason. ....

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