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Best Compact Tractor Built!
by Scott Webb
Model year: 2003Date Purchased: 2003-07-28Number of Hours: 1425
"Whew! What won't this tractor do? It's a 35 horsepower 2-wheel drive with the larger factory at tires on it.
I live in the countryside and several of my neighbors own compact tractors. One owns an orange 24 horsepower 4-wheel drive that he swears will outwork the New Holland. He borrowed my Howse middle buster one day and I helped mount it on his tractor. That little orange wouldn't lift it more than about 6 inches off the ground. He drove it up the hill from where I keep all my tractor implements, caught a tree root with the buster, and up and over he went!
Needless to say, the New Holland and I righted the orange and dusted the old man off, and the New Holland and I shot the ditch he wanted.
Another neighbor with an 18 horsepower red and white tractor gets me to pull it out of the creek when he gets stuck after a big rain. Another neighbor has a "dog" tractor with a misspelled name, 4-wheel drive and 35 horsepower. But it is small compared to the New Holland and he doesn't bring it out to play.
Another guy just moved out here a few months ago with his yellow 50 horsepower 4-wheel drive "Trailer Queen." I have had to rework his driveway after a heavy rain.
My wife mows four acres with a Bush Hog RDTH 60. I will cut two acres and a 3/4 mile of pipeline right of way on my hunting lease with a '49 Bush Hog Model 12 a friend gave me that I got running again for a bearing on the tail wheel, two new blades, and a new drive shaft. I also maintain my driveway of 250 feet up about a 25
degree slope and the 1/4 mile gravel road that I own and that all
my neighbors must drive on. I use a House 6 foot box blade and a Ja-Bar 6 foot angle blade. I also maintain the road ditches with the House middle buster and a Work Saver scoop bucket. This thing is super!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Absolutely a great tractorCons: One of my neighbors is an ex-conType of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA LAI also considered buying: John Deere 4310 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
New Holland TC35 Diesel
Model year: 2004Date Purchased: 2015-04-26Number of Hours: 2300
"Since this model has been replaced with a very different import, my review is for a used TC35 which I highly recommend.
The new purchase price with loader was $21,000. We have been exceptionally pleased with the tractor features and reliability.
The tractor is used in our maple syrup operation, to keep a quarter mile drive open in winter with a 7 foot PTO rear blower, support for our band-saw logging, transport of 20 full cords of firewood each year, and plowing (with a factory draft control option) and
anything else around the farm.
The narrow wheelbase makes the stability somewhat unstable on hills so adjusting the wheel track to the maximum is very helpful.
Economy is very good as is visibility and ingress to the seat. We also use a large heavy PTO Jinma wood chipper/shredder as well as 72 inch rototiller frequently.
Engagement of the rear axle lock is by stepping on a lever with the right ft. and is clumsy and does not allow for locking. We have had no mechanical issues in the hours of use and hope to use this tractor for years to come. "
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Reliability and economyCons: Lateral stability on hills and a couple clumsy controls, no tool storage.Type of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: USA MII also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
Model year: 2002Date Purchased: 2009-10-19Number of Hours: 1042
"My TC35 is a great machine. Very strongly build. I was told by a Pennsylvania New Holland dealer that the TC35 was discontinued because it was over engineered and build. The company couldn't make it profitably as a compact tractor. That being all good news for current owners. Love my TC35."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Well engineered and build. Very tight and strong.Cons: None.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA WAI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
by Ron Resch
Model year: 2006Date Purchased: 2006-08-15Number of Hours: 800
"I love my New Holland and it has done a lot of work for me. I have had two mechanical problems. The most major was the shuttle transmission which cost me $1800.00 to repair.
The second one is the hydraulic system which does not hold pressure. No oil leaks and oil is topped off. The dealer told me I should live with it. I will be taking it elsewhere."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Hard working mach.Cons: Plastic body parts. Placement of rear lights on outside of roll bar. Damaged by tree branches while mowing. Type of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: USA TNI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
2005 New Holland TC35A
by Stacey Kazacos
Model year: 2005Date Purchased: 2008-10-10Number of Hours: 450
"We bought this tractor with 35 hours on it in 2008 and have had very good luck with it. The build quality is high and the engine is "bulletproof." Our model is the shuttle shift (4 speed manual shift with different gear ranges).
Our main uses of the tractor: moving shale and mulch around the property with the front end loader (FEL); cutting grass with a pull behind NH finish mower, bush hogging, and building trails.
One nit I will bring up is the need to have space for a tool box. I have to juggle when taking tools from the garage to a work area or just put them in the FEL (and yes, a friend told me that it is possible to forget the tools are in there....).
The manual transmission shifts hard compared to a car. The lever to go from 2x4 to 4x4 sometimes presents a wrestling match---even with plenty of oil applied. I have learned to gently/slowly move the tractor in reverse and then move the lever if it is stuck. "
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Build quality and engine reliability.Cons: Needs to have a space for a tool kit. Spare parts are crazy expensive.Type of User: Homeowner 50-100 AcresLocation: USA NYI also considered buying: Kubota B3030 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
New Holland TC35
by Barry McKay
Model year: 2004Date Purchased: 2011-08-14Number of Hours: 834
"It is a hard working machine. My biggest complaint is: the polymer dash and two polymer cowl panels (left and right) are attached to the tractor with brass inserts. It is a bad idea. They break. Fuel throttle is attached to the dash the same way. It broke."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Agile and strong.Cons: See above. Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA ARI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
Model year: 2001Date Purchased: 2003-08-01Number of Hours: 1045
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Rugged and little maintenance required.Cons: None found.Type of User: Commercial ConstructionLocation: USA MEI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
TC35 is a Workhorse
Model year: 2003Date Purchased: 2012-05-01Number of Hours: 1032
"Pulls any implement I need to. Lots of power for a small tractor but uses very little diesel. Use a 6 foot finish mower, 6 foot bushhog, 5 foot rototiller, and hauls round bales effortlessly. One year of use with no problems at all. Love it!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Good power but fuel effecient.Cons: A little heavy for finish mowing the yard without leaving tire marks.Type of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: USA KYI also considered buying: John Deere 3055, Kioti LK3504 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
New Holland TC35 Owner
by steve bumpus
Model year: 2000Date Purchased: 2009-10-05Number of Hours: 279
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: See ratingsCons: See ratingsType of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: USA NYI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
Solid, reliable workhorse that's user-friendly.
Model year: 2004Date Purchased: 2004-10-01Number of Hours: 1760
"Over the past six years, this machine has been my constant mechanical companion as we built a working farm out of nothing, but abandoned agricultural land and forest.
"Dutch" has been used for house dismantling and rebuilding, plowing, harrowing, grading, logging, wood hauling, field cutting, driveway installation, stone wall building, animal care and general maintenance. I bought the machine slightly used (340 hours) and it now has 1760 hours. In all of that time, it has NEVER had a mechanical, electrical or hydraulic failure or breakage.
The engineering and materials are top notch. I added an ATI grapple at purchase, which after repairing a weak weld, has been a great additional feature. The original front facing work lights can be blocked by the loader bucket, so I added some extra lights above each fender.
I would recommend a mesh fuel intake filter, since the fuel line can become easily clogged if debris gets into the tank.
All around, a fantastic compact tractor."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Solidly built, excellent sight lines to loader, and excellent power for size.Cons: Gas gauge is erratic & fuel line can clog.Type of User: Homeowner 100+ AcresLocation: USA CTI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS