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    Buying Advice Re: What Zero Turn?

    I just went through this same process earlier this year. I mow 3-4 acres every week and more grass that I only mow every couple of weeks. Some on slope and some under trees and around lots of...
  2. Re: Need Advice - Bent Steering Cylinder (NH TC35A)

    I got my steering cylinder back from the repair shop yesterday around 4:30. It took 30-45 minutes to get it re-installed on my TC35A, but I got it installed without much trouble. It did take about...
  3. Re: Need Advice - Bent Steering Cylinder (NH TC35A)

    I thought I would give you guys an update on the bent steering cylinder. A new (remanufactured) cylinder from a NH dealership would have been almost $600 after I returned the old cylinder and...
  4. Re: Need Advice - Bent Steering Cylinder (NH TC35A)

    I appreciate all the advice and comments. I wish I could bend it back and keep going, but the seals are leaking a bit of steering fluid. I did take some pictures over to a local hydraulic shop. ...
  5. Need Advice - Bent Steering Cylinder (NH TC35A)

    I would appreciate any help you guys might provide. I was bush hogging early this morning and hit the end of a log that was underneath the grass. I had the steering turned all the way to the left...
  6. Re: Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans - Engine Idle issue

    Licklog - Thanks for the advice. I was thinking about the problem late last night and I thought it was probably bad gas. I got up this morning and tested the fuel pump. I also pulled the fuel line...
  7. Kawasaki Mule 4010 Trans - Engine Idle issue

    We bought a used 2009 4010 Trans last year. It had about 170 hours on it and was in great shape. My wife and kids use it on our place and to drive back and forth to her Mom's. I use it to haul...
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    Re: Pole Barn Question - OSB or not for Roof

    Wow. You guys have made some really good suggestions. I do appreciate all the advice. A few responses ...

    Mojoinco - I checked out the Metal Sales website. They had some good information. ...
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    Re: Pole Barn Question - OSB or not for Roof

    I appreciate the thoughts and suggestions on the pole barn. I think I will add OSB under the metal roof. I had planned on using trusses every 4'. Your comment has me thinking that maybe I should...
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    Re: Pole Barn Question - OSB or not for Roof

    I had planned to use 26 GA on the roof and 29 GA on the sides. I priced the reflective insulation today and it is actually more expensive than my price for OSB. I was worried about the total weight...
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    Re: Pole Barn Question - OSB or not for Roof

    I did actually think about a combination of brick and metal siding. The problem became an issue of cost. I thought that if I poured a brick ledge behind the posts then I might as well pour a slab...
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    Re: Kioti DK55 (used) vs. DK40SE (New)

    I appreciate the thoughts. I plan on keeping the next tractor for a long, long time. I like the tractor I have now. It is a good size, but doesn't have quite the HP and lift capacity I would like....
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    Re: Kioti DK55 (used) vs. DK40SE (New)

    That is good advice. Those guys have a good reputation. I am going to be in Lincolnton on Wednesday. I will stop and see them. Thank you.
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    Pole Barn Question - OSB or not for Roof

    I have been studying ways to build a shop for almost 2 years now. I have priced about every option possible. I have read almost every pole barn project for the past several years. Many of you have...
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    Re: Kioti DK55 (used) vs. DK40SE (New)

    I stopped and looked at the DK55 today. It is a strong tractor and a good size for use around a small farm. The owner always kept it in a barn, but it is still 5+ years old. I also stopped and...
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    Re: Removing old fence posts

    We just pulled out a bunch of old fence posts this past weekend. I don't know of an easier way than you described. My brother helped me for about a hour and we probably removed about 40-50. We...
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    Re: Kioti DK55 (used) vs. DK40SE (New)

    I appreciate the advice and comments about the engine. I was running some numbers and I agree that the spread between the new and used tractors isn't big enough to justify buying the used DK55. One...
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    Kioti DK55 (used) vs. DK40SE (New)

    Hello Kioti owners -

    I have been considering a tractor upgrade most of this Spring. I have a very good NH TC35A that I have owned for almost 6 years. It has ~500 hrs and it has been an...
  19. Re: TC 35D back from shop....should I be satisfied??

    I don't have a TC35D, but I do have the TC35A (12x12) model. I try not to leave implements in the air when I turn off the tractor because I have 3 boys. I have let my 6' bush hog raised off the...
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    Re: My new L4060 HSTC pics!

    Wow. That is a great looking machine. Very impressive. You should get years of great service out of that beast!!!
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    Re: TD35 FWD Will Not Disengage

    That is exactly how I get my TC35A out of FWD. I use the loader and pop the front wheels off the ground as I disengage. I do it so automatically that I don't even think about it. It is second...
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    Re: TC35 inner air filter black inside

    I changed the air filter on my TC35A two days ago. It had about 200 hours on it. It definitely did NOT have a coating of black on the inside.
  23. Re: Is the verdict in on the "new" Boomers vs. the TC's?

    Just a couple more comments ... The rear wheels on my TC35A can be dished in or out to change the width of the rear tires. Both the LS and new Boomer tractors do not have this adjustment. They are...
  24. Re: Is the verdict in on the "new" Boomers vs. the TC's?

    I have a NH TC35A (Shibaura) Boomer that has been a really good tractor. I have been thinking about getting a 45-50 HP tractor to have a little additional 3 PH and FEL lift capacity. I first looked...
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    Tiller Re: Tiller for Gardening (Walk behind vs. PTO)

    I couldn't help myself .... I decided to buy a PTO tiller. I bought a 6' Taylor Way tiller from the local Kubota dealer . They serviced it and filled the gear boxes with oil for me. The 72" tiller...
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    Tiller Re: Tiller for Gardening (Walk behind vs. PTO)

    I sure do appreciate all the good advice. I had a feeling that many of you had dealt with this same issue. Everyone had some good comments and the ways that you solved your own problems were...
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    Tiller Tiller for Gardening (Walk behind vs. PTO)

    I thought I would ask some advice on garden tilling. I am planting a garden this year for the first time in many years. I grew up with a garden, but this is "my" first family sized garden. It is...
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    Re: Plowing with a NH TC35A

    I just thought I would give an update on plowing NC soil. I took your advice and waited until we had several good rains before plowing. I waited until December, so the ground was much softer than...
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    Re: TC35A - Quitting while running

    Jim -
    That is awesome. I am going to make one of those myself. I do a lot of work with my tractor and the seat kill switch will cut the engine off if you lean too hard to one side. It is a real...
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    Re: TC35A - Quitting while running

    Jinman / TO_Bud : I thought I would give you guys an update. I have been traveling for the last 2 weeks and yesterday was my first day with some free time. The jumper wire has worked so well that I...
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    Re: TC35A - Quitting while running

    Guys -

    Thanks for all the responses. I actually went out with the Voltage Meter right after I posted the question. I checked the battery and was fiddling around with the safety switches. I had...
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    TC35A - Quitting while running

    Guys -

    I am having an issue with my TC35A. I hope someone might give me some guidance. My tractor will be running just fine and then all of a sudden it will die and the PTO light will come on. ...
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    Re: Shingle Roof on a Pole Barn - Any examples?

    Thanks for all the pictures and advice. It is good to see what other people are doing. Some of your comments made me think a bit more. I am getting some quotes for stick framing a shed. I might...
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    Shingle Roof on a Pole Barn - Any examples?

    I have been looking at options for building a shop to store all my stuff. I have looked at page after page of pole barn projects here on TBN and contacted a few members for advice. There are some...
  35. Tires Re: TC 35/40/45 - Question on Wheel widths and Spacing

    I bought an impact wrench today to adjust my wheels this weekend. I am going to do it on the concrete portion of my driveway. My brother doesn't know it yet, but he is going to help me. I think I...
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    Re: Plowing with a NH TC35A

    Turbys / Dave - I think your ideas about plowing later in the Fall are all good advice. I went out to the garden area this afternoon to put out corn for the deer. The ground where I had plowed...
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    Re: Plowing with a NH TC35A

    Thanks guys for all the advice. I think our NC red clay soil is just hard as a rock and that first furrow is tough. I will try shortening that top link to see if I can get the plow to bite and then...
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    Plowing with a NH TC35A

    I am planning to have a garden next year, so I bought a used plow to turn over the soil this Fall. I was out messing with it today and could not get it to bite into the ground. I have spent a lot...
  39. Tires Re: TC 35/40/45 - Question on Wheel widths and Spacing

    RDrancher - I think you are exactly right. The centers on my rear tires are reversed. If I take off the wheels and reverse the centers .... it should be just like your picture. 68"...
  40. Tires Re: TC 35/40/45 - Question on Wheel widths and Spacing

    Jinman - Thank you. I would like to set-up my tractor wheels to exactly that width. My box blade and a 6' tiller would work perfect!!!
  41. Tires Re: TC 35/40/45 - Question on Wheel widths and Spacing

    RickB and RDrancher - I appreciate the feedback and comments. I am going to try and attach a couple of pictures below. I read the page in the manual about the wheels being adjustable. My tires are...
  42. Tires TC 35/40/45 - Question on Wheel widths and Spacing

    I am hoping that someone can give some insight on the best spacing for the rear wheels on my TC-35A. It has the R-4 tires and I believe the rear wheels are spaced too far apart. I have some photos...
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    Re: Outdoor wood boilers/furnances

    My brother has a water stove in his shop next to the house. He heats the house (2 story - 2500 sq ft) and hot water using the stove. He also heats his shop. He fills it up 2x / day. It has a...
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    Re: What size and brand of 3pt finishing mower

    I worked through this exact same conundrum last year. I have a lot of acreage that I would like to mow closer and nicer than I could cut with a bush hog. I looked at a lot of finishing mowers to...
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    Re: Kawasaki Mule 610 vs. Kubota RTV 500 - 2011

    I appreciate all the comments and feedback on both the Mule and the Kubota 500. I found the Mule 610 for 4x4 (red or green) for $6999 and the Mule 610 XC (Blue) for $7699. I am not certain that I...
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    Kawasaki Mule 610 vs. Kubota RTV 500 - 2011

    My wife and I are building a new house on about 15 acres. We live about 1/2 mile across a soybean field from my in-laws. We have worn out a path around the soybean field traveling back and forth. ...
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    Re: 300 hr hydraulic fluid change

    Jim -

    Thanks for the advice. It is always better to hear someone work through the same issue that you have worked through in your own mind. I agree with you about using NH fluids. It took 4...
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    300 hr hydraulic fluid change

    I glanced down at the hr meter on my TC35A (12x12) and noticed that it now has 312 hrs. I sure have put this little tractor to good use in those 312 hrs!!

    The manual says that I should replace...
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    Loader Who removes their FEL?

    The weather in NC was terrific this weekend in the high 60s. I got almost 4 hours of tractor time working on our gravel driveway and moving dirt around our construction site (new house). I spent a...
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    Re: Pics of New Barn

    Fantastic Barn. Those colors looks great in your field. How long did it take from start to finish?
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    Re: Engine Vibration

    I did a little test to prove that it was the air pressure. I dropped the air pressure in the right front tire and drove it back down the same gravel driveway (box blade attached). The tractor...
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    Re: Engine Vibration

    jinman - I sure hope the low air pressure was the source of the vibration. I use the FEL very often with the bucket or a set of forks.

    Question - The air pressure range for R4 tires is very...
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    Re: Engine Vibration

    I spent about an hour yesterday checking bolts, tires, wheels, etc. I found 1 or 2 of the FEL bolts that were about 1 turn loose. I also tightened the lugs on a wheel that I had removed a few...
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    Re: Engine Vibration

    It does have a FEL. I will check the bell housing. I hope it is a loose bolt and not a crack!!!

    My 2 year old son found a bolt in the area I have been clearing to build our house. It looked...
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    Re: Engine Vibration

    I am sorry that I didn't give more details. The tractor is fine while parked and idling. I just noticed the vibration a few days ago when driving around my property. It is a funny harmonic...
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    Engine Vibration

    It seems that my TC35A has developed an engine vibration. It is most pronounced between 1500 and 2000 rpm. Has anyone ever had this type of problem before?
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    Re: JD F935 - PTO won't engage

    I have been late in posting the results of my F935 trouble. I was cutting firewood the day after my last post and messed up my knee pretty good. It swelled up so big they had to cut my pants at the...
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    Re: JD F935 - PTO won't engage

    I came home from work a bit early and broke out the meter and started testing. I believe that the seat and seat safety switches are working and are not the cause of the problem. I took off the...
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    Re: JD F935 - PTO won't engage

    I appreciate all the advice from a fellow F935 owner. I enjoyed cutting with mine while it worked. I did look at all the belts and they looked fine. My F935 has a button/switch to engage the PTO...
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    JD F935 - PTO won't engage

    I recently bought a JD F935 front deck mower with about 1500 hrs on it. I have used it about 10 hours total and just had a problem with the mower PTO.

    I was cutting the grass around some pine...
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    Re: Thoughts on JD F935 front deck mower

    I made the deal on the F935. That 72" mowing deck looks huge. I will pick it up on Thursday after work. I am looking forward to mulching some leaves with it and mowing my field this weekend. Feel...
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    Re: Thoughts on JD F935 front deck mower

    Zzvyb6 / wolfe1 - Thanks for the comments. My land doesn't have a lot of ruts or worn places. It has some gentle slope, but it is smooth. I like the idea of mowing 72" at a time and the diesel...
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    Thoughts on JD F935 front deck mower

    Can anyone offer thoughts or advice on the F935 front deck mower? I found a 1995 or 1996 with ~1800 hrs. It has the 72" front deck and the 22 HP Yanmar diesel. It isn't perfect, but it looks to be...
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    Re: New member from Western NC

    Fantastic pictures!! Isn't it amazing to see that people could survive without all the modern conveniences we take for granted? That cabin is beautiful down in that valley with the Fall colors...
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    Re: New member from Western NC

    Western NC is beautiful. I make a trip to the Western part of the state every chance I get. I took my sons rafting on the Nantahala over the summer. They had a great time. We are planning a...
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    Re: NH Workmaster 55 = Mahindra??

    Thanks for the feedback. I am looking for a good hay tractor. Nothing fancy.
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    Re: HP and size for Hay ??

    I really do appreciate all the advice you guys have given. There are some very good comments in this discussion and lots of things to consider. I can see the advantage of having a large frame Ag...
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    Re: help with saw purchase.

    3rdgenorange -

    I thought I would ask how your 372 is working for you? My older brother has the itch to buy a new saw for cutting wood. We are a Stihl family, but he is looking at other brands. ...
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    Re: ZD321 w/54" deck

    Ken,
    I stopped and looked at Kubota zero turn mowers yesterday. The dealership in the Charlotte area had both the ZD321 and ZD323. The differences between the models is the engine (21 vs. 23 HP)...
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    NH Workmaster 55 = Mahindra??

    As you may have read in some of my other posts, I am considering a bigger tractor for use in baling round bales. I stopped at a NH dealership today to see a few Ag tractors. The dealer had a NH...
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    Re: Loaning out tractor/implements

    This discussion was very timely for an experience I had this weekend. A neighbor's son wanted to borrow my tractor to do some digging around their house. I just do not like to loan out my equipment...
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    Re: Building a Shop

    I have really enjoyed watching your shop being built. You have given me some great ideas. Thanks for taking the time to document and post pictures. It looks great.
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    Comparison Re: The new LS / New Hollands are around

    I saw a couple of these LS tractors last week here in NC. They seem to be "cheaper" than the TC line of tractors that were available when I bought my TC 35A. I would not trade my TC 35 for one of...
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    Re: HP and size for Hay ??

    Thanks to everyone for all of the advice. I guess there are many different ways to go with tractor sizes depending on the size of the round bales. I could get square bale equipment very easily and...
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    Re: HP and size for Hay ??

    One more comment ... I have friend who has the Kubota M6040 FWD. It is a great hay tractor, but those are over $30k new. That type of expense is definitely not in the budget.
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    Re: HP and size for Hay ??

    Thanks to everyone for the advice and comment. I was thinking about older used tractors vs. spending the $$ on a new tractor. The 55 - 75 HP range sounds like good advice as well. I would rather...
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    HP and size for Hay ??

    This is the first time that I have experienced some "pains" at not having purchased a larger tractor. My neighbor is getting older (70+) and has some tractor problems. He has about 120 acres upon...
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    Loader Re: Does anyone use an extra bucket?

    Does anyone know if a skidsteer bucket will work on a tractor? I might buy one at an auction tomorrow if the QA brackets are the same. The angle of the bucket looks different to me. A skidsteer...
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    Re: Box Blade for tc 35

    I just bought a 6' used box blade for my TC35A. I have my rear tires set out wide and the 6' box blade covers it pretty well. I agree that a 7' blade would not be a problem, but 7' blades are not...
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    Loader Re: Does anyone use an extra bucket?

    One more question ..... What would be a fair ballpark price for a used bucket?
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    Loader Re: Does anyone use an extra bucket?

    Thanks for all of the advice guys. I wish I had considered an extra bucket years ago. I had to take my toothbar off again this weekend and it was a pain. I will try to find a used 5' bucket for...
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    Loader Re: Does anyone use an extra bucket?

    Steve -

    I didn't even think of Godley's. I have heard about their auctions, but I have never attended one of them. I need to go to Charlotte tomorrow. I might get their address and go by for a...
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    Loader Does anyone use an extra bucket?

    I have recently started using my FEL more often as we start construction on our house. I have a 16LA FEL with a Markham toothbar on the front. I find myself constantly taking the toothbar off/on...
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    Re: TC35 Questions by new owner

    Welcome to the forum!! I have the exact same tractor and loader. Mine only has about 200 hrs on it, but I am going to be working with it pretty heavily this Fall and Winter building a new house and...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: TC35A - Box Blade or Scrape Blade

    rayikeo2 - I used your advice and worked on my in-laws driveway and my new gravel driveway after a good soaking rain this weekend. It really did help to have the drive wet. I prepped the in-laws...
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    Loader Re: What would make my FEL slower?

    I went by Charlotte Tractor and picked up a hydraulic filter on Friday. I thought I would be using it in another 100 hrs regardless. I also picked up a fuel filter as it was time to change it.

    I...
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    Loader What would make my FEL slower?

    I have a TC35A with the 16LA FEL. The tractor is 3 yrs old with just over 200 hrs on it. I do use the FEL a lot, but not excessive. I can't help but feel that the FEL is slower to react to my...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: TC35A - Box Blade or Scrape Blade

    I bought the used Gill box scrape (6') and put it to work on Saturday morning. It is very good for cutting down high spots and smoothing out the driveway. This is a very heavy box scrape and the...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: TC35A - Box Blade or Scrape Blade

    Thanks for all the good advice. I am going to buy a box blade. I found a very heavy duty (used) box blade within about 20 minutes from our house. It is a 6' Woods box blade. I am going to look at...
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    3-Point Hitch TC35A - Box Blade or Scrape Blade

    I have a question for the forum. I typically read a lot, but I don't post very often. I do value the knowledge of the group.

    I have a TC35A w/16LA FEL that I have owned for about 3 years. I...
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    Re: Need Help - Won't start

    It is 12V that really messes me up. I can't seem to get the switches set correctly on the tester. AC is no problem for me.

    I have learned to be careful when cutting in high briars and light...
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    Re: Need Help - Won't start

    I got it fixed guys. Thanks for all the advice. I tried all of your suggestions and it was a loose wire that had to have been pulled loose when I was cutting some very high brush. I hate...
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    Need Help - Won't start

    Gentlemen -

    I need some advice. My TC35A (~180 hrs) is not starting. All the lights come on when I insert the key, but the engine won't turn over. It just thumps when I turn the key. It is as...
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    Backhoe NH Backhoe attachment..

    What is the general consensus on the NH backhoe attachments? Does anyone here have a hoe that can give advice? I have a TC35A which might be a little small for a backhoe attachment.

    I need to...
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    Re: Got Permission to get a TC40DA

    George - I have a TC35A and I believe that adding the extra 5 HP is a good idea. I have gotten a lot of use out of my TC35A, but there have been times when a little more lifting power would have...
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    Re: Which hydraulic fluid...

    That is an unbelievable story. I just bought the Ambra G134 fluid this morning. The cost was nothing vs. the price of the tractor!!
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    Re: Which hydraulic fluid...

    Thanks for the advice. I forgot about the oils and fluids forum. I should have looked there first. I appreciate your comments!
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    Which hydraulic fluid...

    Which hydraulic fluid would you suggest for a TC35A? I am getting near the change time period and I like to plan ahead. I have read comments that the Kubota Super UDT is the best all-around...
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    Re: tc 40 4wd shifter

    I have a TC35A and have a similar issue. If there is any tension at all on the drive train it won't go in or out of 4WD. I don't really see it an issue. I just ease the clutch out and "rock" the...
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    Re: filters for tc35a

    I am not trying to hijack this topic, but I thought I would post a follow-up comment. I used my TC35A over the weekend. It was very warm in NC (73 degrees) and the hydraulics worked very fast and...
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