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  1. #1

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    Default manufacturers websites

    Be patient with me guys. I know they're all on here somewhere and I've found some. Could you please respond to this post with website addresses for implement manufacturers of boxblades, toothbars, etc., etc. You know, Woods, Frontier (the same?), KK, Landpride...

    The ones I have visited rarely list prices and I don't want to leave my email address in some cases.

    As I read various posts, I try to bookmark mentioned sites, but a central source would be nice. Thanks for your help.

    Bill

  2. #2

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    Default Re: manufacturers websites

    blurrybill - I often refer to the following directory:

    http://www.yetmans.mb.ca/

    Regarding prices - Rarely do companies place prices on their web sites... One reason is that these are manufacturer's sites, and they only set "suggested" retail pricing. They often will point you to a local dealer for pricing. However, it seems that many dealers ignore internet pricing requests ( I have been trying to get a local price for a Provonost trailer for 3 months... No reply!). Perhaps it could be that dealers feel that internet shoppers are just getting prices for comparisions.

  3. #3
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    New Holland TC40D Supersteer

    Default Re: manufacturers websites

    For prices on a wide spectrum of implements, see <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.easternfarmmachinery.com>Eastern Farm Machinery</A>.

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    Default Re: manufacturers websites

    Howse has a pretty good website:

    www.howseimplement.com

    They have prices but I picked up a dirt scoop at the plant the other day and it was about $20. less than the web site price so I'm not sure if freight is included or not.

    They are very nice folks to do business with also.

    TBone

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    Default Re: manufacturers websites


  6. #6

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    Default Re: manufacturers websites

    Thanks to everyone who has replied so far. You guys are a great help and this will save me lots of time!

    Bill

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