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 04-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 2719
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 Who Makes Boomer Engines and are They Good

Does anyone know who makes the engines in Boomer tractors? I'm giving serious consideration to a TC-25D but I'm a bit concerned about the engine. A JD salesman claimed the engine is made by Fiat. I hope that's not the case. The Boomer salesman claims the engine, and the rest of the drive train, are made in Japan.Any help is appreciated!






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 04-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 2720
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Last I knew, New Holland was made by Shibaura.






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The engines are made in Japan by Shibaura. The tractor is assembled in Atlanta,and I think Fiat is the NH parent Company.






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You are correct!!






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 04-11-1999, 00:00 Post: 2738
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 Who Makes Boomer Engines and are They Good

When I first saw a NH 1520 engine, it looked rather old. Then a saw a TC series, and it looked more modern. A friend told me the NH was pretty on the outside, but the insides had not been modernized in years. This last week I've read a few posts about Boomer engines smoking whenthey're first turned on. Are NH's insides as modern and good as the outside looks? Can someone shed some light? Thanks.






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 04-12-1999, 00:00 Post: 2749




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Geez, my diesel smokes when I first turn it on as well. This sounds serious. The exhaust smells too. I don't think that's good either. It also makes a knocking sound when I turn it on. My car dealer told me a knocking sound in my engine is bad. You know, a friend of mine told me that John Deere parts are made in Poland and the electrical system is from England. I also heard from someone that Kubota is really over rated and fails a lot more than people are willing to admit. Is any of this true?






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 04-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 3023
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Does that carry back to when the NH compacts were Ford? I just posted a request for sources of a short block for a 1910, and wonder if Shibaura itself has an outlet/site on Internet. Anyone know?






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 05-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 3424
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Oh No!! My Mercedes diesel also knocks, smokes, and stinks...and it only has 248000 miles on it! What can I do?






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 05-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 3438
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 Who Makes Boomer Engines and are They Good

Mason - If you have nothing to contribute, keep it to yourself. For most of us, buying a tractor is a big decision - one that we don't take lightly. If you have a diesel car that has problems, too bad. You should have done some homework before you bought it! Maybe you have too much time on your hands and should spend it fixing your car. Then the rest of us can make this communication forum do what it's intended to do. Are you a New Holland dealer by chance? If that's the case, I can understand why you enjoy a smokey engine and I forgive you.






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