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  1. #1
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    Default Farmall 35b

    Long time lurker, first time post. Just traded in a John deere 2320 for a Case farmall 35b. Could not be happier so far. Seems to be a real solid machine.
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    Gold Member pedalstomper78's Avatar
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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    Congrats and good to hear! May you have many years of service together.
    The forums are a great place to find information....but also a great place to find speculation. Only you can determine the real problems with your tractor. We're here to help you find the correct way to do it.

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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    Thanks

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    So far 6hrs on the clock. Running like a champ. Moving some wood around the farm next to me.
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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    Nice looking machine. So you like it so far? I read lots of negative comments after NH and IH dropped Shibaura as their compact tractor supplier. But I was wondering how those new B's are.
    Keep us updated.

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    I'll keep you posted. I will say that so far it feels like a very strong tractor. Mitsubishi 4cyl diesel feels likes its barely working. Of course I am coming from a much smaller Deere(2320). Dealer was also fantastic. Haven't even been to the actual dealer yet. Sales guy just comes right to my house which is pretty cool.

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    Congrats on the new tractor. I'm sure you will continue enjoying this purchase for many years.


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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    Congrats on the new purchase, do keep us posted on how it performs. I like the picture of the country side and the tractor. Happy to see the loader stayed about the same as the old ones were I think it really fits the tractor.

    JJ

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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    How's the 35B going?
    We've decided on a 35B for our 10 acre lot. Going without the loader - don't have a need for it. Work is mainly mowing paddocks and putting in fire breaks around the perimeter, annually, grading driveways plus any other work that might need doing - tilling the occassional paddock, moving cut up windfall trees to the firepit, etc. Coming from a '39 Allis Chalmers B, it should make life a lot easier - my wife isn't getting any younger (like me)and she wants something easier to cope with.

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    Default Re: Farmall 35b

    love the RED colors, still love the looks of this tractor very similar to my 2001 NH TC35DA. 3cyl vs your 4, but still hardly ever run it at full RPM.
    Hope you love your as much as I've loved mine

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