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    Default A good word for Messick's

    After hearing good things about Messick's on this site, I have ordered Ford,New Holland parts from them on 2 separate occasions. Both were small orders, $80 or so. Both times the parts guy was knowledgeable and curteous, parts were in stock (for a 28 year old tractor), order was shipped the same day, arrived quicker than I expected, AND were the correct parts. Much better than the New Holland dealer in Tyler who stocks nothing and doesn't know squat. Thanks Messick's......

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    Elite Member sandman2234's Avatar
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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Ditto from another happy customer!
    David from jax
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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Yep, Messicks has been my one stop shop for parts. Their customer service is excellent.

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Is this an advertisement ??? I might praise my local dealer on this website as well, but i dont think the rest of the WORLD would really care...
    Free scrap is a good investment !!!
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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    i go to my local dealers and usually they act smug......

    i call messick's'; they're friendly, very helpful, fast, knowledgeable, and they attach parts break downs if needed.....

    i like em'!
    TC45 Shuttle, 270 hours, 758C backhoe, 16LA loader

    Well, I looks like I just bought myself a lot of work.....

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    I've bought a half dozen times from them. Price is in line with the local guys. But Messicks supports my "addiction" here, and they are able to get the parts to me in about the same time as the local guys. (the locals don't stock anything I order and they charge me for shipping, plus I have to drive 35 miles each way. PLUS they will call for a pick up, then when I get there they have found it to be incomplete. Wasting 70 miles and 2 hours)

    jb

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Quote Originally Posted by Renze View Post
    Is this an advertisement ??? I might praise my local dealer on this website as well, but i dont think the rest of the WORLD would really care...
    No advertisement. Messick's is a very good dealer who happens to support this website. They have excellent parts support, sales and service. I have been to both of their locations and find them just as if not more pleasant in person. It never hurts to say good things about a company when they deserve it and Messick's is one that deserves it. Besides it's refreshing to see a post complementing a dealer on a job well done when most of the dealer related post you see on here are complaints.

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    ...ahh i see... Why bite the hand that feeds you ???
    Free scrap is a good investment !!!
    “The worst enemy of life, freedom and the common decencies is total anarchy; their second worst enemy is total efficiency” · Aldous Huxley
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    1967 Zetor 3011, restoration in progress: Technically new, just needs the cosmetics..
    1973 Zetor 5718, shiny paint, high houred, home made loader
    1978 Zetor 5718, low houred but rough
    1998 Volvo S70 2.5 TDI
    2007 Volvo 440 1.9 TD based dirt buggy

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Renze, Messick's is NOT my local dealer. PA is more than just a few miles from Tyler, TX. What I'm saying is that I get much better support from a dealer 800 or 1000 miles away than the one 20 miles away.

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    Default Re: A good word for Messick's

    Always has gotten me the critical parts I need right away, way before the local dealer has. Good prices and friendly people offering free advice when I've needed it. They never hesitate to help us out here at TBN too!
    Steve

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