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Re: From TN70 to a TS115A

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Posted by GUY on January 07, 2004 at 13:11:19 from (198.50.63.15):

In Reply to: From TN70 to a TS115A posted by RichG on January 06, 2004 at 05:40:34:

We traded for a TS90 two years ago. My son did most of the leg work and said for our needs it was the best deal. The TS seems better in several areas than the TN and I'm hearing nothing but good reports on the TS-A models. Another good soybean year and this mad cow thing blows over I might just have to let my old JD 4320 go for a TS115A 4WD. I think you'll be happy. New Holland seems to be gaining on the old standbyes.

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