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Re: New holland TC-30 or T1510 tractors

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03-06-2013 10:28:34

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I have one. I actually have several shibura tractors. a 1210, 1910, and the TC-30. The TC-30 kept it simple and plain, improved on some things that were problems before. The one thing I don't like about it is the location of the lights on the front of the hood. They are bright, but the only thing you can see is the ground in front of the tractor. it blinds you to the sides. So, when I pull in the building at night, I'm almost better off to shut off the lights and use a flashlight to avoid rubbing against another tractor. I've thought about mounting side fender lights, but want to build fiberglass bezels to make them look built in. Just haven't gotten around to it yet. Seems there is always something else that needs fixed, no time to improve... drawback to owning 9 tractors and all the other farm equipment.

The one thing you should consider heavily is tire choice. The R4 tires do not like wet grass or cut grass with a lot of moisture. If you don't live on hills, it might not be a problem for you. it is problem for me. I wish I had bought Ag tires and turf tires.
The hydrostat is pretty strong, but the zeroing damper looses adjustment pretty easily and it's not easy to get to, to readjust. I could have gotten a lemon in that respect, but, it is still a nice machine.

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03-06-2013 13:42:56

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 Re: New holland TC-30 or T1510 tractors in reply to John_PA, 03-06-2013 10:28:34  
I appreciate all the input from everyone. I mainly would be using the T1510 for driveway plowing/grading and major land cleanup in the back of my property. The R4 tires are what I would get, I would only do light mowing, no real hilly areas. I have neighbor that had the TC-30 at his house for a month in the summer several years ago. It was a nice machine. (his friend lent it to him for a case of beer or something) I would love to have one before they are obsolete and gone for good. They have been in production for many years, so there should be no problems with the design.

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