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 12-04-2005, 12:48 Post: 120372
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I had previously posted here a while back and was in the hunt for a tc33, but due to an older home needing attention, that will be cutting into the budget, therefore was not able to make a move, therefore as well I have decided since we might be moving in the future that I will need to go smaller. There are 2 dealers that I am working with on the tractors in the subject header; He advised me since he wants to move the TZ18's he has in stock, he would make me a real good deal. He said that he would move the unit with FEL (10la) and 60" mmm for right around 10,000-11,000. Is this a good price as equipped??
I told him that I was nervous about the power of the 18, he said that it would be able to mow 3.5 acres, fel dirt, mulch, and snow, along with playing in the woods with no problem. The power is what concerns me, he told me a TZ 25 w/ same equipment would be around 14,000.
Different dealer still has a left over TC24DA with 9*3 gear trans, fel and 60" mmm on the lot gave me pricing as such:
tractor: 10765.00
FEL: 12LA quick attach 3999.00
MMM 60" 914a 2190.00
NH discounts totalling 680.00, tax at 6.0%
Grand total 17356.44
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TZ25DA 9813.00
mmm 60" 1789.00
FEL 10LA quick attach w grill guard 3445.00
NH discounts total of 271.00 plus tax
grand total of 15662.56

So there it is....I know I would like the height of the TC, but am spoiled already with hydro rather than gear
TZ owners, please let me know your experience and reliability so far, as well as your uses....I know that the 24 would handle all that I can throw at it.
This same message will be posted on another site....

Thanks for all your help in advance....The 33 would have been great, but size would have lead to sale in the future...I'm buying for keeps here!!!






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 12-04-2005, 13:35 Post: 120375
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 Price checks and experience TZ18 and 25DA TC24DA

The price of the FEL seems high. I would expect $750 or more less on that item. The rest seems within reason. For 5.5 acres that should be plenty of tractor. It is never going to have the capacities of the TC33 but should meet your needs. The key question here is you be satisfied with the TZ?






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 12-04-2005, 15:03 Post: 120376
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Did you price the TC30's? I could get here one for a similar price to the TC24. Personally I would not go as small as the TZ18 it limits the attachments you can run.






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 12-04-2005, 16:17 Post: 120380
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I asked about the TC30, and he said around 19000.00 with 7308 loader.....where he is at on the TC 24 is my limit. For as much as I am paying for what ever unit I go with, I want some of the creature comforts that the 30 doesnt have, such as cruise for my drive to the filling station and mowing my field which will be once a week (hopefully). Mostly, I like the lighting on the new design which will be very beneficial for me when I have to mow late....(work long days) and some weekends....so yeah...he was 2000.00 higher on the 30 over the 24
And on the price seeming high on the loader, which loader, the 10 or the 12??

Thanks again, and yeah....youre right, would I be happy with the 18?? not sure!! The only other implement I can think that I would run would be a tiller....then again I could be saying this prematurely once my brain starts realizing all the things I can ?!?!? Right??

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 12-04-2005, 20:42 Post: 120389
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With that many acres the 33 is the way to go. Look for a good used machine with 100 to 200 hours. I have seen these tractors with FEL and MMM sell for $14500 to $16000 in very nice condition. Check Ebay and heavy industry classifieds.






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 12-04-2005, 20:55 Post: 120391
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Apple Farm service in Ohio has a TC33D with 7308 Loader and 72" MMM. applefarmservice.com 866-220-3246. My dad has one of the smaller tractors and he likes my 33 much better.






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 12-04-2005, 21:15 Post: 120393
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2004 TC33DA, 70 Hours HST with 14 LA loader and 914 a MMM $17000. This one is off of tractor house.com






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The TC-30 is the same price as the TC-24 here $10,800. I would not be afraid of a used NH tractor.
Another option would be to look at a Korean Kioti etc. The CK-25 would likely be less than the TC-24 and provide the creature comforts.
I had a 19 HP tractor and found the lack of power limiting.






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 12-06-2005, 12:06 Post: 120501
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MackVision, I have a TZ24DA I purchased in June 2004 for $10.5K with 60"MMM. I now have about 130 hours and have been pleased with the tractor.

I have found the tractor is not wanting for power but due to its light weight (1300lbs) you are limited on what you can do. I have a 48" box blade and cut in a driveway using the TZ24. I had to take smaller cuts due the the lack of tractor weight. I am sure after market weights would have helped.

The tractor does an excellent job of mowing, which is my primary use. The HST is great and the tractor is easy for the wife to use.

With a FEL you will need a box blade or some type of additional weight on the rear.

I haven't used the rear PTO, I believe its rated at 19.5HP. This spring I will give it a workout as I have access to a 3ph mounted tiller.

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 12-06-2005, 15:34 Post: 120528
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 Price checks and experience TZ18 and 25DA TC24DA

I am quite pleased with my Case IH DX24E, which is the red version of the NH TZ24DA. It may take a bit longer to do things because of the smaller size, but it does everything that I want it to do. But, maybe taking a bit longer is OK sometimes. Plus, it surely does not take up all that much space in the garage. I have about 35 hours on mine.

I am doing my own excavation terracing out parts of the slight hill that we live on making a somewhat level grassed area for the kids to play their sports (e.g.: soccer, cricket, “chasey,” etc.). There is another area to the downslope side of the driveway getting fill dirt being trucked in. The excavation and the leveling are being done with a 48 inch box scraper. I definitely have to be in 4-wheel drive using the box scraper. And there are times that I really do get a bit more aggressive with the box scraper where it takes in more than I can handle as the tractor will start to spin-out with all four wheels churning. It is the most enjoyable experience that I have had in many years learning just what angle to set the box scraper at with or without any down force. The FEL does make a great counterweight to the box scraper. I did find shortly after using the box scraper that the MMM had to come off; it was acting more as a plow at times. At 60 inch width, there was a bit of overhang when working along a hill with a 48 inch wide box scraper. I have thought about getting weights for the rear, but have not really had a pressing need since the box scraper is usually on lately.

The tiller has done a wonderful job tilling the vast majority of two acres. And it did not take that long to do either. Maybe it was the soil and the moisture content, maybe the tiller, or a combination of all, but it was really much quicker than I expected. It just flat got into it. The tilling was in preparation for seeding with native grass around the outside of the property. The emergent weeds had been killed-off twice before the tilling. The seed was put in too late; some took, but most was washed away with an intense storm's torrential rain one afternoon about 7 days after it was planted. I will be going through the process again in the spring killing-off the weeds, tilling again, and then replanting the native grass.

The FEL is great too. Have used it some, mostly for moving dirt and other landscape materials around. I tend to do a bit of scoops and back-drags with the FEL getting the huge mounds of dirt left by the dump truck when the fill dirt is brought in.

Between now and the mid-March time frame, I am really looking forward to some more seat time completing the kids’ grassed area preparation, doing some more leveling of the area being filled-in along the driveway. Mid-March should have me out there with the sprayer followed with the tiller. It’s a great little tool. Seat time is the best therapy that one could have.






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