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    Bronze Member Tchara's Avatar
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    Branson 3520R

    Default The good news and the bad news

    The bad...
    My dealer called me today, and asked if I could wait a little longer to pick up my Branson 3520R. He called westendorf for loader specs to mount the upgraded loader. WEstendorf wants them to ship the tractor to Iowa and let them mount the loader, because WEstendorf doesn't have a mount kit for the new model Bransons and want to use mine to engineer one. I agreed.

    Good news...
    I feel better about the loader manufacturer mounting the loader then the dealer. Something tells me the loader engineers will do a better job making sure its mounted correctly. Of coarse there will be no added expense on my part. WEstendorf is paying the freight bill.

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    Veteran Member robbyr's Avatar
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    Default Re: The good news and the bad news

    Good luck, it does sound like it will get done right. My pops has Westendorf loader on International 1086. Like the ability to quick change from bucket to forks.

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