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  1. #21
    New Member
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    Jan 2013
    Lexington NC
    8670 Ford New Holland, Ford 4600 SU, Ford 6600, 781 NH skidloader

    Default Re: NH T5050

    Our Farm has the ford new hollands. however im also looking at a T5050 to purchase, It is a Fiat company, the tractor is made in Italy. Im to sure where you live but i do know that they are everywhere, im on the east coast and there are plenty over here. The dealer told me the only issue hes seen so far is the injectors on the first years of the 5050. he said hes not seen a problem with the 2010-present models. Check to find one close to you. youd be suprised at how many there are.

  2. #22
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    Jan 2013
    Salem, OR
    Case IH Farmall 95

    Default Re: NH T5050

    NW and Case are related but it's hard to directly compare their models. I've tried to just get a quote from my local NW dealership and they couldn't even accomplish that. So I went to Case and checked out their Farmall 95 and Farmall 95U models; I think they are related to the T5050. It isn't exact but I think they are close.

    I looked at JD and kubota and decided to get something very simple and ordered a Farmall 95. Yes, check out too.

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