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 03-17-2004, 20:55 Post: 80225
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This guy just never stops impressing me!!! I inquired about a switch and wiring for extra work lights on the rops.
He e-mailed me back saying dont worry about it, he likes to set up his tractors so they are practical for the user and he already has lights attatched. He said he included it in the package!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Did not even tell me when I bought it, I cannot say enough good about Larry and St. Joseph Equipment!!! They are making my buying experiance one of the best, No "THE BEST" I have ever had in my life.
When I first started posting here I was told by many that your dealer is everything!!! Now I understand why!
(I am so excited I cant take it!! just a few more weeks and I will be playing in the mud!) If the snow ever succumbs to spring on the calender though!!!






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 03-18-2004, 08:20 Post: 80266
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From your reaction I would have to say that Larry's small investment is paying off handsomely too!

I sincerley hope his attitude and your enthusiasim continue.

Best of luck.






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 03-18-2004, 09:02 Post: 80273
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I had a similar experience with my dealer. When I was ordering the tractor, I inquired about the automotive style cruise control upgrade. The dealer didn't know much about it but said he would order it because he was curious to how it worked.

Now he knows and I got it free Smile






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 03-18-2004, 09:51 Post: 80279
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Brokenarrow, I have bought from St Joseph's in La Crosse WI and was treated well. In fact my dealer sent me there to get it. They also have a site in Duluth MN. Did you buy from one of these or is there another one I don't know about?
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 03-18-2004, 22:57 Post: 80359
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Yes, from the dealer in LaCrosse. My friend also has dealt many times with the one out of Mn. The last time they would of had to ship a part over night because he was down in the woods (logging) The dealer there asked where he was located (the landing) After my buddy told him he said, " Hey we have a guy traveling thru there tomarroo morn, we will have him drop it off" Well at 10am a truck pulled into the landing and he was up and running again by noon! I am getting the impression that this comp. is one of the good ones around here. I am not pushing this comp. just passing on some of my good fortune. I will keep you informed on the tractor delivery and training they are giving me at my fields as soon as the snow decides to succumbe to spring (at the rate it is going it may be April 1 rst!!!! Laughing out loud
Yes, you are right about giving me a little extra and hooking me for life. I was just about ready to buy a KK 60" rotary and my dealer had recomended his Woods 72". The cost was $1,100. I could not justify this cost and was concerned about it being a bit to large for the tc40.
I had all but made up my mind to buy the kk 60" and now I believe I have decided to have them deliver the 60" Woods for $895. with the tractor.
Youall think this is an ok choice/price? The 60" Woods
shear pin, and a 50 horse gear box and a 3 year warrentee on the box for $895. Vs A kk 60" shear pin 40horse gear box not delivered and not totally assembled and who knows what warrentee? Suggestions and comments are needed soon!
Thanks guys
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 03-19-2004, 10:01 Post: 80392
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I can't give you a side by side comp. but last year when I was shopping for a rotary cutter the price of a beat up, used Woods for the same price as a new KK. This is not to say that the KK is a bad choice but around Michigan Woods hold there value.

There are a lot of threads on which brand is better, it all boils down to what you are going to use it for and how often.






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 03-19-2004, 19:27 Post: 80431
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you are right most brands are just as good as the other but some are better king kutter woods and bush hog are good units






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