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  1. #1
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    New Holland Boomer 35

    Default I love my now Boomer

    My TC30 was my first tractor, and it served me well for almost 10 years. But, I thought it was time to spoil myself a little, and get something with a little more power and a few convenience features. I took delivery of my Boomer35 today and mowed for an hour. I have to say I really like the new machine. I just hope I adjust to the hydrostatic drive before I make a dumb mistake and do some serious damage. I guess I better spend the evening reading the operators manual. (:-))
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    Bobcat

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Nice tractor, enjoy!

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    Grand L 3540 HST-3, R4's

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Congrats on your new tractor! Had to laugh about your commit about the HST tranny as I was myself was use to gear tractors. But not to worry you get use to the HST fast then you'll wonder why you didn't get one before. It's a beaut, best of luck to you!
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    John Deere 1025r TLB

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Congrats on the great looking tractor.
    '13 JD 1025r TLB
    60D MMM w/ electric over hydraulic independent lift
    Custom Seat Springs (no more bottoming out)
    Single Point Quick Disconnect
    180* Thermostat
    Artillian Forks (42")
    Ken's Bolt On Hooks
    Omni Transformer

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    Kubota L4400

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Congratulations. I still look at my Operator's Manual.
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    Mahindra 4035HST purchased 2013 - John Deere 42" Geardrive w/bagger purchased 2012 - Craftsman 42" HST purchased 2006

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Quote Originally Posted by devildog1 View Post
    Congrats on your new tractor! Had to laugh about your commit about the HST tranny as I was myself was use to gear tractors. But not to worry you get use to the HST fast then you'll wonder why you didn't get one before. It's a beaut, best of luck to you!
    DevilDog
    +1 Beautiful machine and you'll love the HST once you get used to it. For being in tight spots and NOT damaging things; HST is the best there is.

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    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Wanna sell me your TC30?

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    New Holland Boomer 35

    Default Re: I love my now Boomer

    Thanks for your interest Mrplow, but I traded in the TC30 when I bought the boomer.

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    Massey 1648 HST Cab

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    Nice tractor!
    Massey 1648 HST Cab
    QA 72'' bucket * 60" Custom Grapple Bucket * QA Forks * 96'' Rhino HD Back Blade * 84" Rhino Box Blade
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    Case-IH Farmall 45A, Kubota M8540 Narrow, New Holland TN 65, Bobcat 331, Ford 1920, 1952 John Deere M, Allis Chalmers B, Bombardier Traxter XT, Massey Harris 81RC and a John Deere 3300 combine, Cub Cadet GT1554

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    Quote Originally Posted by devildog1 View Post
    Congrats on your new tractor! Had to laugh about your commit about the HST tranny as I was myself was use to gear tractors. But not to worry you get use to the HST fast then you'll wonder why you didn't get one before. It's a beaut, best of luck to you!
    DevilDog
    I've never gotten use to using the hydro pedal. It is nice if you need to change direction often but I am not a fan of it for general use. But I think it may be because I generally am going forward at a constant speed. I've also never tried a two pedal hydro, only a single rocker and I find it uncomfortable. To me a shuttle shift tractor is perfect but I can see why compact owners would like the hydro transmission.


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