2021 New Holland Workmaster 75

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MRollins10

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Sep 5, 2018
Messages
116
Location
Brock, TX
Tractor
2018 Branson 3015H
We just purchased some additional land so i am thinking about upgrading my tractor to the Workmaster 75. I am leaning towards the New Holland, because they are currently running a 0 down, 0% interest for 84 months. With my trade in tractor, that makes my payment very nice. Do you guys have any input on this particular tractor that i should know / consider?
 
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Bryan 45

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Joined
Jan 16, 2020
Messages
39
Location
Central KY
Tractor
JD 110 TLB, Case Farmall 75A, Mahindra 4500
I have had the red version (Case Farmall 75A) for a year now. Here's my thread on it- Case Farmall 75A review

I've really enjoyed this tractor, and there's nothing I feel it's lacking.
 
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TractorGuy

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Sep 15, 2013
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4,092
Location
N. FL
Tractor
John Deere 4310 CUT, Ford New Holland 575E Industrial Backhoe, John Deere F725 Front Mount Mower
Probably not an issue for years to come but some of the parts issues I've run into on my 20 year old backhoe would make me shy away from New Holland.

They also screwed up their parts web interface something fierce.
 
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schultz548

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Joined
Jul 28, 2019
Messages
18
Location
Cistern Tx
Tractor
Mahindra 3550PST Cab
Had my Workmaster 75 little over a yr 500+ hrs and no problems. Until now noticed a spot of oil on floor of my shop looks like it is coming from left rear axle housing where it is mounted to body of transmission. Goes in a couple of weeks for repair. Looks like they use the form a gasket where it bolts to the body. Sometimes it will drip onto floor then it does not. But dirt that collects down there you can see oil film. Strong tractor does everything for me. Had Kubota M6800 before this one and this one has more power.
 
 
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