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 08-17-2003, 21:04 Post: 62028
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I understand Amerequip makes backhoes for Great Bend, Bush Hog and John Deere. Does anyone know who makes New Holland and Woods backhoes? Which is the best and how much is the right price for a 7.5' hoe on a TC33D?






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 08-22-2003, 10:25 Post: 62445
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Wood's makes Wood's backhoes. I forgot who makes New Holland's backhoes. Maybe the other guys will know.






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 08-25-2003, 19:58 Post: 62674
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I was hoping for more discussion on backhoes. The maker of these hoes may only be two or three total. If that is correct, then shopping for the best price from a qualality hoe manufacturer is more simple. Is their any negatives comments anyone has on particular brands?






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 08-25-2003, 21:45 Post: 62682
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Millstone,

They are all good backhoes, hold on to your wallet because in addition to being GOOD they are ALL over $5500 give or take and that won't include a subframe to fit your make and model of tractor. The price of a compatable subframe made to fit the hoe and your tractor will run you another 500 plus. I will assume you will hook up the hoe to your tractor hydraulics? If you opt for a separate PTO driven backhoe hydraulic pump add another 600, and in my opinion it is not a bad investment for the separate pump and especially the the "must have" subframe.


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 08-25-2003, 22:14 Post: 62683
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Seems like they should be cheaper directly from the supplier. My JD deler will sell me the backhoe for around $5500 and that,s with their markup and it's already green Smile

Seems like not such a bad deal considering I would get service through the local JD dealer as opposed to dealing with the REAL manufacturer who has less of a support network.






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 08-25-2003, 22:34 Post: 62685
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Either you can't buy directly from the supplier or if you can the suppliers price is not any cheaper. How long you thing GM's car dealer network would be in place if GM sold direct cheaper than their dealer network???? Same thing in backhoe manufacturers.



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 08-25-2003, 23:36 Post: 62687
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"Either you can't buy directly from the supplier or if you can the suppliers price is not any cheaper. How long you thing GM's car dealer network would be in place if GM sold direct cheaper than their dealer network???? Same thing in backhoe manufacturers."

Not really the same thing. GM is the parent company, I don't expect them to sell cheaper than say a Chevy dealer would. I am talking about entirely different company here. In the case of the backhoes where you can buy from the manufacturer it is esentially factory direct where it is common place to get things cheaper. They have less overhead and no middle man. Computers are a prime example I HAVE bought from the manufacturer at much lower prices for the same machine the big names sell. Only difference is there was an empty space where the emblem would go! A little detective work and you figure out which model it would have been. In electronics this is common, I have bought TVs and VCRs under the same cicumstances.

If you want to consider the backhoe to be a part,rather than a complete item than in many cases I CAN also buy parts directly from the manufacturer who supply the dealers cheaper than I can from the GM or Ford dealer. Dana, Navistar etc.all have original equipment parts on the market much cheaper than are available from the auto manufacturers they supply.

Either way it seems there should be at least some price break when I buy a backhoe from the manufacturer or a 3rd party who can't offer the same support network of JD or NH etc. JD can still sell if Woods (just example I don't know who makes them) is charging $500 less than them for the same backhoe just because of the paint not clashing with my tractor let alone the support they offer. It baffles me how there is almost no savings to the consumer when they buy 'other' name backhoes. I wouldn't do it for a small savings.

The auto dealers get away with charging twice what the SAME part that is available through other sources. People are too lazy or don't know they can often go to other sources. That is why I buy Navistar parts whenever I can rather than Ford Wink yeah right






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 08-30-2003, 23:05 Post: 62936
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Nobody seems to have a preference toward any brand, that is good news. Maybe all are quality built and have equal performance. If any major problems have shown up in a brand, I am sure many would be expressing their concerns. I plan to shop for a local dealer with the best deal.






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 10-15-2003, 16:03 Post: 66319
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The Woods 7500 and NH 757 look to be the quality hoes on the market. Anybody have recent price quotes including subframe and pump kit?






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 10-26-2003, 18:50 Post: 67148
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Does anyone have quotes for a Woods 7500 with subframe and pumpkit? What are the best choices for buckets for general excavation and trenching for waterlines/electric service?






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