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    Has anyone bought implements from Value-leader Implements web site? If so how do you like the implement and is this a good web site to buy from.

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    Default Re: Value-Leader Implements

    After a quick search on their tillers, it looks like they're right out of China. If you investigate their other products, you may come up with the same findings.
    TL Rotary Tiller - China Rotary Cultivator,Rotary Tiller

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    I think you'd be far better off with a tiller from Tractor Supply.. I have one of the Tarter made tillers and it's very well made.... It's tills beautifly and is made in the USA.

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    3 or 4 years ago I bought an 18 ton 3pt. wood splitter from them. It was a demo model they had on their lot. I've had a few minor issues with it, but it continues to work very well. At the time, a comparable domestic model was about triple what I paid for the Value Leader model. They are excellent people to deal with. I picked it up at their facility about 220 miles from here and was using it late that afternoon with no problems other than changing the QC's to fit my tractor....Dan.
    2740 Montana 3414 IH loader/backhoe TD-14 IH dozer/drum B27-2B Yanmar Mini-Exc.

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    Bought a Value Leader flail several years ago from Betsco, which I believe is their website. Advertise as Betsco on eBay. Flail is very well made and I haven't had the belt problems addressed on TBN experienced by the Italian flail. No experience with their other items, but Keith is great to deal with.

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    Case DX35 w/LX116 "bobtach" Loader,

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    I bought a yanmar 1500 with a 41" heavy duty value leader rototiller. It is built very heavy duty. I had to replace some parts and seals when I got it. The sealing surface wasn't cast completely and there were voids where they had machined it. Ordering parts was easy and they were reasonably priced.

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    Strange someone with thier first post asks about it? I thought it was a dealer setting himself up then praise them but only one post by OP but the last post on the thread is from another First poster??? Seems just strange to me that a guy puts a review of a product as his first post? I mean he honestly tells the casting flaws but then praises it. this just seems like a dealer of a company trying to pose with something to drum up business, but it seems some trusted members have good experiences as well so... looks like the equiptment is a good deal.
    YM2000. MF dirt scoop,4' Jbar bushhog,boompole, LMC 12-16 disk harrow, 4' Atlas boxblade (with rippers). 1980 chevy K10,1990 ford ranger 2wd (285K miles),1997 saturn SL2 (twin cam!!),2001Toyota Higlander
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    Default Re: Value-Leader Implements

    Quote Originally Posted by toshiba View Post
    Has anyone bought implements from Value-leader Implements web site? If so how do you like the implement and is this a good web site to buy from.
    I bought their 68" wide flail mower a few years ago. Use it once or twice a year. I still works, but it sounds like one of the main bearings is failing. I need to tear into it later this year and find out what's going on. I find I get a better cut using scoop blades rather than the Y-blades that come with it. I only paid $1350 for it so I'm not complaining.

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    I have their 18ton wood splitter, brush shredder, and the BHM7 backhoe, and they all operate superbly. I am very impressed with the machines operation and quality, considering I paid less then 50% that I would have for North American machines.

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    A couple months ago I also bought their 68" flail mower at a $1400 sale price. I have only used it a little bit around the house and find the standard "Y" grass blades to be of low quality as they are already dinged up, due to a lack of heat treating, I assume. I ordered some others from Flail-Master that should be a much better quality blade.

    Overall I am content with the money spent and it appears to be well made and should last a long time. Also, a standard cat 1 quick hitch is a couple inches too wide to connect to the lower mount points.

    Their customer service is excellent.
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