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 10-28-2000, 23:12 Post: 20974
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I am beginning my search for my first compact tractor...with a slight preference for what I've seen with the New Holland Boomers. Does anyone know if there is a way to search for best available price among dealers? I've seen different prices being posted from time to time....which I'm sure is dependent on how negotiable each dealer is. But how do I know if there is a better deal out there for me than what my local dealer in Indy can provide?






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 10-29-2000, 11:11 Post: 20992
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If you let us know what equipment you are considering we can probable give you an idea of what the dealers in each of our areas would be quoting.

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 10-29-2000, 21:44 Post: 21014
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I am looking at a TC25. Am building on 10 acres...need to bush hog approx 4 acres of pasture, plan to maintain a wildflower prairie on ~3 acres, and will end up with a < 1 acre lawn. The rest is wooded. At a minimum, need to bush hog/mow the 4 acres of pasture, need a blade for snow removal or driveway maintenance. Am debating if I need/want a finishing mower, a front-loader, and a tiller. For the tractor, don't know if I really need super steer, but suspect 4WD is a must. Appreciate feedback on the tractor at a minimum.






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 10-29-2000, 22:13 Post: 21016
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ggman, I own Kubota myself so maybe I'm not the best one to answer a New Holland question, but I have a cousin who owns a TC29D, and there have been a number of messages posted pro and con about the super steer. There are some who think it's great, and then some dealers have recommended against it "because it's just something else that can go wrong." I'd agree. If you think you are going to have to do some very sharp turning and just can't back up, then you might like it. I'd have no use for it. As far as just the tractor, the TC25 is a fine little machine, and yes, get the 4WD. And of course, if I were you, I'd get the front end loader at the same time I got the tractor. It's amazing how many things you can find to do around the place with one. I have both brush hog and finish mower, and tiller, but you can always get a 3-point finish mower and tiller later if you decide you want them, instead of buying them initially. Good luck with your shopping.






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 10-30-2000, 08:08 Post: 21024
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I' with the majority here: a loader for sure, 4wd, power steering yes, supersteer no, twenty-five to thirty-five HP. I like gears....most like hydro.






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 10-31-2000, 13:38 Post: 21050
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ggman,

As far as I know there are not any price comparison websites around. Not able to help with the TC25 pricing but have a price on a TC33D from my dealer (who happens to have 3 in stock last I saw).

The TC25 or TC33 seems to be a good match for what you mentioned.

The FEL is a great tool, much more useful than any other implement I have.

Supersteer is a very nice option and is somewhat controversial. Yes, it is extra mechanical parts but has proven itself on the large AG units for years before being moved down to the Boomers. Love mine and the close manueverability I get when working in tight spaces. I am a little biased towards NH since I have a TC40D and would buy the same again.

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 10-31-2000, 15:06 Post: 21053
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I just bought a NH 25D with super steer and could not be more satisfied. I have the 7308 loader and the NH 60" belly mower. Price was $19,250 including tax. This is such a nice machine that I find excuses to use it all the time. I have about 10 acers (some wooded) and I do not know how I ever got along with out it. Super steer is great and you will not be sorry if you deceide on a Boomer.






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 10-31-2000, 16:51 Post: 21057
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if anyone is interested, I saw a 1999 TC25 with loader and box scraper with 85hours on it on Ebay. The starting bid is at 12,900 for the whole setup. That's a fair amount better than I paid for my TC25D new.






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 11-01-2000, 19:48 Post: 21115
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Just quoted $17500 for a TC29D hydro, turf tires and 7308 loader in Michigan.






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Got the following quote....good or bad:
TC25D, 4WD,Hydro,Live PTO, Power steering, Deluxe 3 pt hitch, industrial R4 tires for $15,400. 7308 FEL w/ 60" heavy duty bucket for $3,400.






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