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    Default Loader advice

    I just recently purchased a NH TC 29 D 4wd tractor without a FEL..any suggestions as to what brand,model # loader unit will work for me Im trying to find a new one or possibly a used unit but no luck...Thanks Jeff

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    Default Re: Loader advice

    Looks like the NH 7308 FEL fits your tractor. Do a search for the tractor with FEL on google to verify this or just call your local dealer and ask. Enjoy your new tractor!

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    Default Re: Loader advice

    They say that to a guy with a hammer, everything's a nail. I find myself armed with some knew knowledge and figure you, of course, need to hear it.

    I've had my tractor for about 6 years. It was delivered with the loader. However, not until last night did I have liquid ballast in the tires. Amazing difference. As soon as you get your tractor, get the ballast in your tires!

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    Default Re: Loader advice

    Quote Originally Posted by HobbleCreek View Post
    They say that to a guy with a hammer, everything's a nail. I find myself armed with some knew knowledge and figure you, of course, need to hear it.

    I've had my tractor for about 6 years. It was delivered with the loader. However, not until last night did I have liquid ballast in the tires. Amazing difference. As soon as you get your tractor, get the ballast in your tires!
    Very true and if you really want to blow your mind get a rear ballast weight also. You won't believe the difference when digging with your loader.

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    Default Re: Loader advice

    I dont own a newholland but I'll add my :2cents"

    IMO, you cant go wrong with the OEM loader from your dealer. You know it will be right.

    Sure, there are several aftermarket loaders out there. And may save a little, but either way, its going to be a big purchase. I'd pony up and spend the little extra for OEM cause IMO, aftermarket loaders just dont look right. And I am sure I aint the only one that thinks so. And I cant help but wonder what an aftermarket (non-color matched) loader does to re-sale value vs a OEM one that looks like it came that way.

    BTW, some common bands I hear tossed around for aftermarket are woods, rhino, and koyker. I am sure there are others though.
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