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by Timothy Kirby
Model year: 0Date Purchased: 1999-10-06Number of Hours: 1050
"I purchased my TC29D new in 1999. I have used it mostly with an auger to build fences, which paid for the tractor. My wife has used it the most with 72-inch finish belly mower to keep 6 acres looking like a golf course. This has been a great tractor
I also use a 5-foot box blade to move dirt and a 6-foot Vanhouser blade to finish grade a 500-foot shell driveway.
The only repairs that I have made are the water pump, tilt steering shock, and I just replaced injectors.
I am a music fanatic so it does have a stereo with amplifier. It is great on Halloween hay rides to have kids singing along to 90's rock. Mine still looks new. It is barn kept and I still wax it twice a year. "
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Four-wheel drive, maneuverabilityCons: Tight under hood to work onType of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA FLI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
NH TC 29D Great Tractor
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2001-04-05Number of Hours: 48
"I bought my TC29D to start my new business in 2001 and never regretted it.
I got the 7308 loader at the time and the agricultural tires on it for the extra ground clearance. They are considerately taller than the turf or construction ones.
I added a backhoe to it later that year and used the tractor until now as a general engineering contractor, and as part of my fleet. It did everything I asked of it.
I lost a water pump, tilt steering shock, and a right rear axle bearing (I think that was a bad bearing from the factory but they would not admit it). I took good care of it with proper maintenance, and it finally broke the clutch housing due to loader stresses. Now is the decision of whether I repair or replace it. Had it not been for the backhoe attachment, the front half would have completely separated into two tractors! I now have 2,750 hrs on it. "
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Very manuverable, well designed, lots of powerCons: Common problems (hydraulics. hoses to cooler, steering shock, bolts breaking on hydraulic control levers on backhoe)Type of User: Commercial ConstructionLocation: USA CAI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
Model year: 1999Date Purchased: 2015-04-29Number of Hours: 597
"I bought this tractor used. It's a 1999 model with less than 600 hours. I use it around the property all the time. I have a belly mover, tiller, front loader, back blades and several other small attachments. This tractor does everything I've asked of it. Highly recommend!!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: EverythingCons: Front loader is a little weak, but it's a small tractor and does what it should.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA TNI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
So Far, So Good
Model year: 0Date Purchased: 2014-07-07Number of Hours: 303
"Only had it a month, but good power and very easy to use."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Good traction, very maneuverable.Cons: Some grease fittings hard to access.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA MDI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
by Wayne Peterson
Model year: 1994Date Purchased: 1994-05-01Number of Hours: 400
"I find it's a great tractor. Used most for underbelly mowing, most recent with move to Florida. I use it for brush hogging. Connected to 5'; it works great. Really wished no that I had bought the next size up."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Quality built.Cons: Few dealers.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA FLI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
by Gene Toepfer
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2014-06-01Number of Hours: 750
"Easy to operate, plenty of power. Great set up by the dealer and the 3 time I had to take it back for service, great repairs and fair prices.
I have a very wet/soft spot in our yard and it "floats" well and mows great, I do have a New Holland Loader, but have an after market rear mount finish mower and a rear mount snow blower!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Small enough to get close to things, great traction and short turning radius.Cons: Safety switch between gears some times does not engage.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA ILI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
Fine Little Tractor
by steve rice
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2000-02-20Number of Hours: 1700
"I have 1700 hours on the tractor and have had very few problem issues. A few hydraulic leaks, plastic body panels that cracked where bolted to the frame, tilt steering replaced and fuel injectors are in need of refurbishing or replacing. Tractor has been stored in barn and I have followed recommended maintenance."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Has been quite reliable, easy to operate the controls.Cons: Little pricey relative to the cheap imports, the 25 h.p. is a bare minimum for maintenace of modest acreage.Type of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: USA TNI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
New Holland TC29D
by Jay D Blackson
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2000-06-01Number of Hours: 825
"Bought this tractor shortly after buying 7 acre wooded property. Bought with front loader and HD bucket and rear blade. This tractor paid for itself while felling/skidding more than 300 lodge pole pines to make clearing for the house.
Love the hydro tranny, glad I paid extra for it. There have been times I wish it had more power/mass, but overall, I have been very happy with this unit. I have plowed our 2000' driveway for 10 years with it as well!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Hydro trans, diesel engine.Cons: Limited lifting and pushing capability.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA MII also considered buying: New Holland TC29, John Deere 300 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
New Holland TC29D
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2009-12-10Number of Hours: 760
"I bought the tractor (hydrostatic tranny) used from my in-laws with the front end loader, 5 ft box blade, PTO auger, and 72 in belly mower. The tractor is 4 wheel drive which I think is essential in a tractor. It has turf tires so it sometimes needs the traction boost. I keep the box blade on for counter weight when using the front end loader.
One thing that has to be done to the front end loader bucket is to weld a 2 inch box channel 1/8 in wall piece of steel under the top lip of the bucket for ridgidity.
My friend has a JD 35 horse and my front end loader hydraulics will out-lift his. The tractor can take a real beating, I used it to push over some pine trees and grade out a lot of gravel and sand.
It always starts cold or hot, it sips fuel pretty well also. The drive into front end loader is very easy to connect and disconnect.
The only regret is the belly mower. The cut quality is awesome but it is very laborious to attach and detach. It has to be detached to used the 3 point on the back since they use the same lift mechanism.
The only wear and tear it has suffered is the telescoping tilt on the steering wheel no longer telescopes or locks into place. It doesn't affect me because it happens to be stuck right where I need it.
The seat is comfortable and very adjustable. I am a very short guy and this tractor fits me well. It is surprisingly powerful for the size and the hydraulics on the bucket out perform larger tractors.
I would buy a New Holland again without a doubt. I have been very disappointed in the offerings for compact tractors made by JD. Kubotas are nice but just as expensive as the New Hollands and I think the New Hollands are built tougher. Overall, I am very pleased and impressed with the TC29D."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Strong hydraulics; Easy to attach front end loader; Comfortable seat and good control layout.Cons: Steering tilt and telescoping lock broke and don't appear to be very robust, belly mower is very difficult to attach and detach.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA ARI also considered buying: Kubota B3030, John Deere 3030 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS