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  1. #1
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    Default NH TN65 = JD what?

    Been looking at the 5x03s for awhile but then along comes a used low-hour NH TN65 2WD in excellent condition. Horsepower-wise a TN65 seems to line up with a 5203.

    When all features are considered what JD does the NH TN65 best compare to?

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    Default NH TN65 = JD what?

    Been looking at the 5x03s for awhile but then along comes a used low-hour NH TN65 2WD in excellent condition. Horsepower-wise a TN65 seems to line up with a 5203.

    When all features are considered what JD does the NH TN65 best compare to?

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    Default Re: NH TN65 = JD what?

    Physical size (wheelbase, height, length - not counting weight) it probably lines up closest to the 5000-05's and 5000-03's. The Deere 5000-25's are a little longer/taller.

    Feature-wise it's got a lot more choices, options, and functions than the basic Deere 03's and even 05's so probably falls somewhere between the 05's and the 25's, maybe a little closer to the 25s than the 05s.

    However the TNs are heavier (5000lbs+) than any of the Deere 5000 series, and have greater 3-point and loader lift specs. Noticeably so compared to the 5000-05's.

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    Default Re: NH TN65 = JD what?

    Physical size (wheelbase, height, length - not counting weight) it probably lines up closest to the 5000-05's and 5000-03's. The Deere 5000-25's are a little longer/taller.

    Feature-wise it's got a lot more choices, options, and functions than the basic Deere 03's and even 05's so probably falls somewhere between the 05's and the 25's, maybe a little closer to the 25s than the 05s.

    However the TNs are heavier (5000lbs+) than any of the Deere 5000 series, and have greater 3-point and loader lift specs. Noticeably so compared to the 5000-05's.

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