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 11-30-2001, 17:24 Post: 33561
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Hi. OK, I've been looking a long time, and now I'm getting closer. We have a small equine therapy business, non-profit in ALL senses of the word. The work is "piling up" w/ 6 horses here now. Looking for CT w/ FEL, 3pt, power steering, HST, etc. Found a used 1925 and TC29D, both about 200 hrs, both w/ factory loaders, HST, etc. Similar conditions. The 1925 was a lease or rental, local dealer got it from NH. The TC29D is a local trade at a NH dealer. I have the brochures on both tractors (I saved the 1925 one when they were new and I almost bought before). The 1925 does have a little hydraulic "whine" when traveling and raising bucket. Both units w/ a couple hundred of each (14,200 and 14,500 - the TC is a little cheaper).

So - the "boss" says I can buy, the bank says I can...and so far no one is donating one for the tax writeoff. Just need to know if these are good values. I like all the "colors". There's a JD 955 that's too pricy, even w/ the mid mower and curtis cab, and there's some nice new Kubotas nearby. Advice???






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 12-01-2001, 05:33 Post: 33571
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Stan, I'm not familiar with the 1925, but have a cousin who has a TC29D. You mention a "whine" in the 1925 and without hearing, it there's no way I could say whether it's normal or not, but as far as I know ALL the HSTs have a certain amount of hydraulic whine. If those tractors are in good condition, the prices sound pretty good to me. And 200 hours is hardly broken in. Personally, I'd go for the TC, but that may only be because I'm familiar with it and not the 1925.






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 12-01-2001, 06:56 Post: 33573
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Bird -
The "whine" is not the constant sound you hear from an HST. It is like the sound you got in older cars w/ power steering when you held the wheel over hard. More of a squeal I guess. Dealer thought possible low fluid...but we didn't check it at the time.






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 12-01-2001, 07:43 Post: 33577
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Stan, that would definitely need checking. Low fluid or relief valve?






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 12-01-2001, 09:12 Post: 33581
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Stan,
Sounds like good prices and a couple of good choices. You mentioned that the TC was at your local IH dealer. I really value a good dealer and if they are decent to work with, that is worth a lot. My local IH dealer only carries the lawn tractor Cubs but can get any part for my Cub 7275 and they has been really helpful with filters etc. I have 3 horses and 3 mules and a small acreage and have found the tractor invaluable. We just got under 30" of snow this week and the Cub with loader, blade and blower can handle this no problem. (Just don't let your wife know how much fun your having) The other good news is that most of these tractors hold their value very well and the cost to operate them over the years is very little. My Cub is likely worth as much or more today than I paid for it. Regards PJ Drew






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 12-02-2001, 09:20 Post: 33596
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Stan;
You did not give the year of each. Often the HST will whine when moving, at least with the JDs I have worked with. I would negociate with the dealer the 1925 being an older tractor should allow him to come off the price.

Having horses bigger is better for the applications you are considering, I made the move up to greater HP this year. The 1925 is a larger tractor and will provide you with more power and stability for the tasks. Field mowing requires HP and if you need to mow the field, at any speed you need the HP.

Also are these 4x4? This makes a difference in the price. I have thrown out my NH brouchers and am not sure if this was an option or standard on the 29D.

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Both are 4x4. I think the TC29D was 2yrs old, the 1925 probably 3-4 I'm guessing. And i'll have to check, the 1925 may have had 400-500 hrs, not 200 or so. Still not old for a disel, just not as new. Gotta take better notes when I look instead of standing there drooling !!!

Anyone got any comments on a JD955 4x4 HST, 600hrs, 420 loader, 72" mid mower, curtis cab, turfs, $16,500. I always liked this model for size, etc. But it is a lot lighter than the others. How have they held up. I have noticed on the CTB and at the dealers that the green paint holds the money in better.






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Stan;
I bought a 99 model this spring, with FEL and 300hrs on R4s. I negociated for 11.5K in a private deal. I bought a new finish mower for the 3pt and I am in for 12.5K. I have not seen much difference with it an the heavier 750 I had. I guess the question you need to ask is how much will you use it and how much strain you are going to apply. I average maybe 100 hours per year, but I have a second larger tractor for field mowing. This takes me to the year 2018 before I have significant hours on this machine.






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 12-02-2001, 13:36 Post: 33605
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I have recently owned a nice JD 755 and have recently purchased a Kubota L3010. The Kubota is very impressive and right now you should be able to get 3.99 w/ no money down. Hope this helps. Tom Smith






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 12-03-2001, 16:56 Post: 33635
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Tom - like the bigger Kubota too...but storage space is a concern (especially since someone just donated another horse, and I'm now putting up another stall in "my" half of the barn).

Good thought though - am I getting close w/ the used prices to that of a new unit? OH BOY, and I thought I was getting close.






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