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FORD5000 378979 392 New Holland T7050 either
New Holland T7050
New Holland T7000:-P made its official working demo debut today at Ernest Doe & sons the UKs biggest CNH dealer
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Smashing tractor very good looking and impressively quiet and powerful:-D
I think these pictures do it justice:-)
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At last New Holland have a tractor to take on the best:-D

You can keep your claas axion and other makes Im having a beautiful BLUE one:-D:-D:-D
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Ancient technology with a new look. Typicall New Holland, shame.

You can choise either from a gearbox made in 1992, 1993 or 95? Either NH gearbox, RC from Fiat or CVT from Steyr?


TSA is a piece of scrap, I hope this isnt for the sake of NH.

So far the collorwar.
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i dont like the new model of NH. a farm near mine had one on demo, it was too loud, and they said the gearbox was horrible. the older Tm series, much better:-P. we stick with john deere, amazing tractors
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ford5000, this one looks good with those tires, and you got it from good angles to hide some of it's... interesting curves.

But I'm going to have to agree with Arcane on this one to an extent, it's a big disappointment for me. I went to get another tractor this fall/winter, and New Holland had nothing for me. TM175 is going to be obsolete in a few months to a year, and the T7000 has a downgraded operator environment from the TM cabs. Although the TM series is an old design, with its share of problems, they are still nice tractors to run and work on. I won't argue the T7000 can look nice, and some things are an upgrade from a TM, but I think a lot of past TM owners are going to be left feeling empty with the T7000.

I get a kick out of New Holland salesmen, when encountered with the fact that the TM series has had it's problems, and they pitch "yes they definitely have, but that's all gone now, the 2005 & 2006 models have the bugs worked out." Well if they've finally perfected the TM after 15 years, why are they replacing it by this new series?

Sorry, I like them in some ways, but they're just a Large Frame TS-A, nothing new to get all excited over. The TS-A series stands it's ground well in that size class, but when it's trying to compete with the big guys now... it can't compete with a 7030LF or Agco equivalents. CaseIH at least brought some nice improvements to the Puma, that I think will definitely drive people away from the T7000.

I don't know if it's New Holland's intention to run the company into the ground but...

-Josh
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Oldie with a new design

Looks pretty good, but i've never liked the performance of the New Hollands, except the TJ series, those are nice tractors to work with. But then, still, i'd buy a Case STX instead;-)
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Hope these tractors live up to the expectations....would be interested in seeing cab pics.

I think New Holland stick to the same design as it works for New Holland drivers. For example the dash on the TM190,is almost the same as the 8340-and if you've had a 40,60,and TM series,a similar dash will suit you. I hate the dash on the John Deere!

My boss(i work part time),has a 05 TM 190,with 5600 hours on it,all heavy haulage,road work-and yes it gave a bit of trouble,but its a good work horse. He is currently operating a '07 TM 190,'05 TM 190,'06 TM155(range command) and '99 8360 and had a 02 TM 165(powercommand) and a 99 M160 before.

They have there troubles,but the engine is bullet proof in my opinion-how many people have had head trouble with 20 series John Deeres?

I
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Nice photos :-)

Interesting reading the comments by the others too ;-)
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i have no experience with NH tractors but i don't like this new look :-(
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Hi, everybody this tractor is perfect and i'm very happy
to hear fans of other tractors to accuse t7000 because
they know that is a very nice machine and they will
see it. ;-)
HAVE A NICE DAY
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nice pics and nice tractor
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I've always been a Ford and Ferguson fan, but I think that the new NewHollands,(wich we still call Ford sometimes) have a horrible Design, but I think we just have to get in use to it. It was the same when Fendt came with theyre design with the rounded off hood.
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HI There,
Always interesting to hear differences of opinion, I must say i really like T7000 now ive had a good look at it and big 710/70 rear tyres make even the ugliest tractor look better (Axion 850 e.g) However ive seen and photographed the European CASE puma and it appears to have a more impressive cab layout than the NH.
As for gearchange all i can add is that a new vario transmission has been built and is going into T7000 production models in 2008 so that may please some texters:-D
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In our area it seems to be John Deere and CaseIH dominate probally taking 85% of the market , then New Holland. The rest are a mix of Agco brands of Agco's,CAT, MF and yes a couple of Fendts. There are some Verstiles starting to be seen also.
I think it looks pretty good though, but then again everything looks good compared to my "old stuff":-D
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Picture from inside the T7000 cab taken at the Irish Farm Machinery Show
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Another
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the gearshifter is pretty big still, and its pretty far away from the armcounsel. but the worst is: why dont they have electrical hydraulic controls???:-(

conclusion: outside looks good, cab is crappy
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I think the gearshifter is on the right spot. In the tsa its to far away. I thought you can buy electrical hydraulic controls if you want, isn't it?
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I have to agree with Rony there Hans. The TS-A gear shift is too far away, especially in the higher range. But it is in an awkward place on this tractor as well. Good distance, but it sits up too high. In order to grasp it, your arm needs to be up off the armrest. I'm 99% sure you cannot get electronic controls on the MXU, Puma, TS-A, nor T7000. And yes, I did ask, because I did want them. Not only non-electrical, but they are too far away. Plus you need to be turning around in circles to adjust things like cab climate (heat, A/C, etc).

I have seen the T7000 & Puma series, and was very disappointed with it. It's a large frame TS-A, --- which I've demoed [TS135A] --- the same differences as a small frame TM to a TM175/190. Problem is, a TS-A is a good 100-115 Hp tractor, but when you beef it up and make it compare in the <210 engine Hp class, it falls behind dramatically. Where do you think Deere would be if they put a 7520 cab on a 7920? I like the TM series, they've had their share of problems, but they are the nicest tractors I've run of that size. Easy to run, easy to service. I've spent multiple 15 hour days on a TM125 and a JD7410 with loaders during silage time. They both had nice things about them, but the TM would be my first choice. The cab layout is clean and well organized, just a nice tractor to spend a lot of time in. The TMs were well ahead of the 7000/7010 tractors in many ways, they just lacked a heavy duty front axle.

Going to a T7050 from a TM190 is a definite downgrade. The Puma has a slightly improved layout, but in my opinion, CNH would have been better off to spec the TVT/CVX to North American standards and introduced it to this market, instead of spending how many years working on the T7000/Puma lines.

Believe me, I was a big New Holland fan, and still am to an extent, we have 3 blue ones, and would have had a 4th this winter if NH hadn't screwed up with their latest creation. NH has just lost its cool all round, and I feel no regret at getting a Deere, this series puts CNH's equivalents to shame in the 7030LF and 8030 tractors. They just seem to be grasping at straws lately, not sure where they want to go. One thing is for sure, I don't think they want to be comparing their 6000s, 7000s and 8000s next to Deere's 6000, 7000 and 8000 series...

-Josh
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Electrial hydraulic controls on t7050 you can get 5 pieces
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i dont like that funny colored"lever panel"at all.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul-5pkmEu5k
this is my video from the t7040 , the driver have orderd a new t7050
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Tom, your video is misleading. It's done so well, I even like that tractor in the video. :-D

-Josh
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thanks but,that was not the meaning of this video,the meaning was that you don't like it :-P joke
it's a very good cab en suspension , but i don't like the design,i still prefere the dyna 6 tranmission from mf, also watch my mf video :p http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTIRsB4CGpw
grtz tom, can i come fore a visit in canada? i am serious
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