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stravis

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I've learned a lot from his videos. They are a great service to the tractor community. Everythingattachments.com will be the first place I shop when I am in the market.
 
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quicksandfarmer

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I bought a box blade and a post-hole digger from Everything Attachments about two years ago and couldn't be happier. I placed the order and a couple of days later the implements were in my driveway, easy as pie. They've worked great since then.
 
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Diamondpilot

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Nice addition to TBN!

Chris
 
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RadarTech

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Ted,
I am close enough to drive up and see you...

that is if your open on Saturdays...

and I just might do that just to see what all you have..

Thanks again for the great videos...

J
 
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Ted,
I am close enough to drive up and see you...

that is if your open on Saturdays...

and I just might do that just to see what all you have..

Thanks again for the great videos...

J

Radar,

Our online store is open . . . but we take the weekend off. Would love for you to come by to see us though!
 
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TomWhite

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Indiana
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Deere 3005
First of all I want to say thank you to everythingattachments for their sponsorship of this site.

I wish I could say that I will show my appreciation by buying goods from them, but when I compare pricing, I can't do that. The couple of things I am considering are the King Kutter carry all and the United 6' HD box blade.

Here is my problem. I can drive 18 miles and buy the carry all from Rural King for 109.99, a full 100.00+ less than EA's price. Secondly, a small implement store in my area has the box blade (6' HD) for about 200.00 less (450.00 vs. 649.00).

Let me say that this price differential is not only with EA, but I find a similar difference when comparing local pricing to other sponsors, such as Smart Farmer, etc.

So while I appreciate the sponsorship and the offer, I just can't justify spending an additional 300.00 to show that appreciation. I don't know of anyone who could.
 
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Tom,

We are very happy about being a sponsor of TBN, it allows us to be involved with this great community of tractor owners. I wanted to take the time to respond to your post about a couple items that you are pricing and comparing to your local dealer.

At Everything Attachments, what we try to provide is the best value. In the case of the carry all, you have chosen one of the lightest, largest to ship, and cheapest items on our entire site out of 1500 attachments we have available. I wanted to check other competitors so I went to Tractor Supply and found this same piece for $129.99 available in store only, and at Northern Tool for $119.99.

The example I am about to give you applies to your particular location (and some customers may have to drive further). If you take out the 36 miles that you didn't have to drive, that is at least $10 dollars worth of gas, and the hour you spent driving from start to finish (and I hope your time is worth at least double when you are not at work), there is another 30 dollar savings or more.

When you call here and need help you will find a friendly knowledgable staff to answer your questions, as well as "How To" videos that we have spent a lot of money and time to produce that show how to use and adjust most of the attachments we sell. We are working on making more weekly. I think that once you take these factors into account, that the prices get a lot closer.

In the case of the 6ft. box blade, if you are talking about a United blade, at $450 your local dealer is either losing money or maybe has a blade that is aged inventory that has been out in the weather for a good while, because I know what these blades cost. Ours will come to you in new condition with free shipping to a business or freight terminal within 1,000 miles of Newton NC.

As for the Smart Farmer, the prices you see on their website do not include shipping. You still have to add in your freight cost to ship it to you. Items like post hole diggers come with no gear oil in them (which costs you an extra $20 and a trip to the store), and are not available to be shipped UPS ground to your front door for your convience.

We may not always be the cheapest (although we do our best to be very competitive on our pricing), but when it comes to offering value, great customer service, "How To" demos of our equipment, and providing freshly manufactured products, we hope that you will find that we are the best place make your purchase. We appreciate your support, and hope that we can make you a customer in the future.
 
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gasbag

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central coast Ca. near Avila Beach
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JD2305tlb JD3038e
I have a jd2305, about the only forks I could find light enough but plenty strong were the ones you sell. I use them all the time and now don't know how I ever got by without em. Mark
 
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I have a jd2305, about the only forks I could find light enough but plenty strong were the ones you sell. I use them all the time and now don't know how I ever got by without em. Mark

Thanks Mark,

Everyone who buys these forks loves them! We actually had to do a video about these just to let people understand how much the lighter forks increase your lifting capacity. Watch Compact Pallet Fork Video Here.

The ones you have are the Construction Attachments Compact Pallet Forks for the John Deere hitch, and we also have them for Kubota Hitch and Quick Attach versions. You are right, they are better fitted to your tractor and half the weight of the John Deere Frontier forks, but still are rated for 1,800 lbs. lifting capacity (more than most compact tractors can lift).

They are made to fit the JOHN DEERE CX 200, 300, 400 Series Front End Loaders with special JD quick attach hookup and have Free Shipping within Continental USA to a business with a loading dock, or to the freight terminal!
 
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Reg

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Yes, I should revise my deal to include that outside the 1000 miles, but inside the lower 48 United States. What all are you wanting to order? We have shipped to Australia, Guam, Canada, Mexico . . . but you would be our first European customer. Many of the out of country customers found a brokerage/customs house here in the US for us to ship it to. Once they receive it then it becomes their responsibility to get it too you. If you want, I can research it more. Not sure about Sweden, but shipping to France there is a very high tariff that comes with it.

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.
 
 
 
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