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    Default NH TD5050

    You guys have pointed out to me several times so far the importance of having a knowledgeable dealer, a friendly helpful dealer, who will spend a bit of time to educate and act like he cares about your needs and expenses and other things as well. In a little forgotten town here in Central Kansas I found such a man at the local NH dealership. I was amazed at all that he did supply as to info, and wanting to learn what I wanted a tractor for. He had a sizeable inventory, and showed me a new TD 5050. It's 90 HP of what they call "Lean and Mean", a no frills utility tractor that still has plenty of options and goodies that will have to be learned by me if I buy one. He ponted out quite a few things on the machine that he felt were big plusses, and I had to agree with him on much of it. If I can live with blue, I sure can live with the dealer at Courtland, Kansas, he acted like he wanted my busainess and would be deserving of it over time.

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    Default Re: NH TD5050

    Having a good dealer is important. Having one that will spend that much time with you is invaluable. Best of luck to you!

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