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  1. #1

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    NH TC24D

    Default Buying parts for a CUT online

    Does anyone out there buy parts for their compact tractor online? I am trying to plan ahead for the 50 hour service. I have looked for parts online,but I can not find parts for the newer compact tractors. It would be easier for me to buy parts online,then travel to the dealer.The tractor that I need the parts for is a NH TC24D. For the 50 hour service the main parts are the filters.Does anyone have a good source for parts or filters?
    Thank you for any help.

  2. #2
    Elite Member
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    western,pa.
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    Kioti DK 35

    Default Re: Buying parts for a CUT online

    My dealer is 80 miles away, so its difficult to get there.
    I just call my dealer, tell him what I need and he mails it to my house.

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    Default Re: Buying parts for a CUT online

    <font color="blue"> My dealer is 80 miles away, so its difficult to get there. I just call my dealer, tell him what I need and he mails it to my house. </font>
    I am only 30 miles from my dealer, and I do this as well. I have also called ahead to have the parts pulled from stock (and to be sure they have everything I need) so I can just walk in and pick them up. I also usually buy enough supplies to last at least 1 year, e.g., 2 or 3 engine oil filters, 2 each of the hyd filters, etc.

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    Default Re: Buying parts for a CUT online

    I generally like oem filters for my 'new' tractor, however, Napa can get alot of those for you, as well as
    Filter Mart Corp

    They cross lots of oem numbers over.. even IH and NH

    Soundguy

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    Vermont
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    New Holland TC33d

    Default yeah, but what about shipping costs???

    My only hesitation of buying things like oil, and filters online is that they are HEAVY, and will cost a small fortune to ship, even via UPS ground. You will probably spend enough to buy an additional filter or 2.. just on shipping.

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