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    i have owned a variety of tractors over the years and am looking for something bigger. i have come across a 2003 TN75S and a 2004 TN75SA both have FEL's and are 4x4. i really like the style and function of the tractors. are they a good choice? Is the Iveco diesel a reliable one? i believe that engine is in both tractors. i would really appreciate any help.

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    Default Re: new holland TN75S

    I've had a 2009 TN75da for a few yrs now. I like it. Runs great. It's got the 16x16 trans w/mechanical shuttle. Snowblow with it, 7ft bushhog. Factory cab, FEL, 4x4. I haven't got 700 hours on it. I have a set of forks that I haul pallets of firewood on. Approx half a cord of hardwood. Handles it with ease. All I've done to it is replace the battery.

    Thats all i know for info. Hope it helps a little.
    TN75D, w/cab, FEL, BH
    7 1/2 ft Lucknow Blower

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    My experience is similar to Flyingcow. I looked yesterday, and my TN70A has 476 hours on it. It never needed to go back to NH for warranty work, and my only expense for a replacement part has been the battery.
    Great mid-size tractor. I can handle round bales of hay up to 5x6' with no problem. (no ballast)
    The IVECO engines have been around for a while. Don't really know of any issues that you should be concerned about. They are very fuel efficient for thier size.
    '10 JD 5085M Cab MFWD FEL
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    My other tractor is a '95 Kenworth.

    Donít ever wrestle with a pig. Youíll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.

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    Default Re: new holland TN75S

    Can anybody tell me how to tell if they have mechanical shuttle or electronic?
    Thanks for the guys posting responses

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    Mechanical shuttle (that's what mine is) is a tall shift lever beside your left leg. I believe the power shuttle models have a reverser lever on the left side of the steering column.
    '10 JD 5085M Cab MFWD FEL
    '07 NH TN70A MFWD FEL
    '81 Ford 2600

    JD 457 round baler; JD 265 & Kuhn GMD 600 disc mowers; Sitrex V-10 rake; Hardee 10', Rhino 7', & Modern 5' rotary mowers; JD 13' & Ford 6' tandem discs; HayKing 10' rennovator plow (sub-soiler); etc, etc.
    My other tractor is a '95 Kenworth.

    Donít ever wrestle with a pig. Youíll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.

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    Default Re: new holland TN75S

    Mines mechanical shuttle. Works good.
    TN75D, w/cab, FEL, BH
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    That's what I'm finding out is that the mechanical shuttle is more reliable. The two tractors that I have locally to pick both have the reverser lever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overload View Post
    That's what I'm finding out is that the mechanical shuttle is more reliable. The two tractors that I have locally to pick both have the reverser lever.

    i have used that type of shuttle in bigger NH's and they worked fine.
    TN75D, w/cab, FEL, BH
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    That's good to hear that you had good luck with them. My last ford was a 901 selec-to-speed, row crop, narrow front with a diesel and everybody hated those trannys but it sure worked good for me.

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    2003 TN75, Mechanical shuttle, 2800 hours. Only thing I've done is replace the clutch. Very dependable and always ready to work.
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