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NH vs case ih

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WRESTLING
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 1 OHIO
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2003-09-24          64787


Have been to the farm science review and have seen ALL of the compacts. I have narrowed it down to case/nh since now we know they are the same, so how do you chose blue or red, or is it that simple.

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kwschumm
Join Date: Feb 2003
Posts: 5764 NW Oregon
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2003-09-24          64790


Only difference I'm aware of besides the color is that NH offers the SuperSteer option. If you don't care about that shop dealer and price. ....

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Peters
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 3034 Northern AL
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2003-09-24          64796


I talked with the HM/Case IH dealer the other day and he confirmed that he got a better cost on the NH.
Red is prone fade as the red absorbs in the UV more than the blue. It is difficult to stablize the color for long term exposure.
Being of scotch ancestry, the squeezing the quarter till the eagle screams is a inbred trait so BLUE!!!
E MacKenzie Peters ....

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