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 04-11-2004, 15:34 Post: 82755
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Anyone here know about the 04 tractor seats on the tc 40?
I have all the info and some seem to conflict with each other. I may be getting confused with it because as you may know they are always showing deluxe models instead of standard. Was wondering how the seats are on the new standard models and if they changed them from the 03 version? I have never been up close to an 04 model yet so have no knowlege of it.
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You have any idea how easy it is (if possible at all) to switch the seats from a standard version to a pivoting deluxe version? Any idea on the cost of a deluxe seat if I wanted to buy a new one?
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 04-11-2004, 15:54 Post: 82756
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the frames of the two seats are the same, the only change is color the new ones are gray. the only thing to switch them is four bolts at the base, not sure on price not too bad i do know.






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Would you think that the pivot seat is worth the extra money? I have up graded alot from the standard model the only thing that I did not want was the hst. What annoys me is that without the deluxe version ordered you can not get the rubber floor mat. Getting back to the seat, I did not order the deluxe seat but now I think I should of, probably too late to change the order since it was built last Monday? Dont know though and dont really want to keep bothering the dealer with questions. Do you think the dealer would be able to switch seats for me with just the added cost of the upgrade? Do you think the seat is worth it?






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 04-11-2004, 16:14 Post: 82759
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Brokenarrow, I will check the book I have at home, but if I am not mistaken the swivel seat is a standard option on the TC33 and UP. Now I do not know about on 04's. But I do not think that would change.






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 04-11-2004, 16:22 Post: 82761
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yes the seat is worth it also because you will also have the adjustable suspenion. they will probably not have a problem switching the seat for you it only take about 15 mins.






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also on the class 2 ot tc29 33da there really isint any differns in the options except gear or hydro because they all are labled da with the class 3 or tc35 40 45 there is a da or and a there are alot of differences between the two of those.






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It looks like the swivel seat is standard. Here is the link to New Holland Boomers Accomadator seat

The Accommodator™ seat (on "DA" models except TC21DA and TC24DA) slides on an inclined/declined track to put you in the perfect position to achieve the best visibility and reach controls easily. It also features three inches of vertical suspension and swivels 20 degrees left or right (five positions) to make it easy to view your work or the implement behind you.






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he is not getting a da






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I do not have a DA either and have the Swivel. It says Except on the DA 21 and 24






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When I bought my TC35 standard, the swivel seat wasn't offered unless you got the Deluxe model. Looking at the link provided, it looks like the swivel seat would interfere with the aux hyd. lever and the 3pt lever on a standard model.






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