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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg View Post
    I would like to spin this around the other way on Ya Ted (-:
    We have threads here that extol the virtues of some European implements, where farming with small tractors is still practiced more than in the US.
    How much of a hassle would it be for you to import, say a container load for a group of us from somewhere like Italy ?
    TBN members have clubbed together before on bulk deals, so there is some expertise/experience in the group of getting the agreements together.
    Typically a container load of equipment has a retail value of $80,000-$200,000. Most end-users need assembly and if you purchased direct your pocket would be the warranty. If you want to be an importer you will need a bond, freight forwarder & a customs broker. Neither would an end user have the equipment to unload a container. Likely you would need to pay in advance before the items are manufactured. You typically would receive the goods 3-4 months after you paid for them.

    I do not think you realize that you are asking a company to work for free. I do not think you would work long for free and you would likely be incensed if someone asked you to risk money for free. Companies have to make a profit to stay in business.

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    Just so Tractorbynet gets credit...I bought a BX Compact Pallet Fork set over the phone. But it was this site that steered me to Everything's product. The forks promptly came in as priced and fit my BX2660 perfectly. I've tried them out moving some implements etc., and they work great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCI View Post
    Typically a container load of equipment has a retail value of $80,000-$200,000. Most end-users need assembly and if you purchased direct your pocket would be the warranty. If you want to be an importer you will need a bond, freight forwarder & a customs broker. Neither would an end user have the equipment to unload a container. Likely you would need to pay in advance before the items are manufactured. You typically would receive the goods 3-4 months after you paid for them.

    I do not think you realize that you are asking a company to work for free. I do not think you would work long for free and you would likely be incensed if someone asked you to risk money for free. Companies have to make a profit to stay in business.
    Not asking anyone to do anything for nothing, or to put their credit or cash up front for a zero return.
    I would ASSUME that there would be sufficient margin in it to be worth while.
    Not asking for charity either, just asking IF it would be of any interest to everythingattachments.
    They are in a similar line of business, at a guess they already import attachments by the container load.

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    want a tw30 2wd , nh-8870 2wd or puma 195 2wd

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    Ted can y'all make a video of the model 49 6'2" disc ?.very interesting design

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    Quote Originally Posted by tw30 View Post
    Ted can y'all make a video of the model 49 6'2" disc ?.very interesting design
    I will put it on the list. We have been slow with our video production this spring because we have been blessed with a lot of spring business, but we will be working on our long video list again soon. We will do one for you, but it may be just a bit.

    Thanks for watching the videos.
    Ted Corriher
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    A family-owned American Company that also sells quality Made in USA Implements every chance we get! We pride ourselves on giving good product information and putting the needs of our customers above our own!

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    Ted, I'm in the market for a 3 pt tiller. I have a 58-horse (50 PTO hp) JD4720 tractor. The current width of my tractor is about 74". I will be tilling ~7 acres once or twice per year for food plots. These plots have been worked for a few years, and I'm not planning to till any newly cleared ground. What model tiller do you think would work best for me, without spending more than I need to? I was looking at the Phoenix T10-GE, but would appreciate your advice.

    As just about every one else has mentioned - I absolutely love your videos! I think I've watched about 90% of them. Please keep them coming, they are extremely informative, especially for a newbie like me!
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    Got a question for ya, Have you ever shipped anything to Canada?? Im looking for some attachments and i can save a bit of money from ordering from you, and more money saved, meens more attachments. Let me know by PM if you wish.
    Montna 2844R W/FEL with quick attach LDR 400hrs
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    72" HD landscape rake
    60" Farmking 2 stage snow blower
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    2002 kobelco SR35-2 mini excavator 3550 hrs
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    Quote Originally Posted by tw30 View Post
    Ted can y'all make a video of the model 49 6'2" disc ?.very interesting design
    Unfortunately, this model has been discontinued, so we will not be making a video on this. The last one we had shipped out today.

    We have been doing some short videos on the King Kutter stuff we have added to the site, and we will be back outside of our photo room playing in the dirt doing more demo videos soon. . .
    Ted Corriher
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    A family-owned American Company that also sells quality Made in USA Implements every chance we get! We pride ourselves on giving good product information and putting the needs of our customers above our own!

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    Hey Ted,

    With Mother's day coming, I thought my wife would really like a 7300jr PHD

    In fact, I spoke to my mom last night and she agreed

    Any chance of a 10% mother's day coupon code



    Hey guys, don't forget mother's day is this Sunday
    BX24, 60"MMM, Farmforce 4 ft box blade, Farmforce 5 ft landscape rake, Mighty Bandit 6" chipper w/20hp Onan

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    Default Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    Well,
    Mother's day came and went and my wife didn't get her PHD.

    I guess I'm a bad husband
    BX24, 60"MMM, Farmforce 4 ft box blade, Farmforce 5 ft landscape rake, Mighty Bandit 6" chipper w/20hp Onan

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