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 01-18-2008, 10:39 Post: 150381
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How long has Farm Pro sold implements in this country ? Is this a good dependable piece of equipment ? Pros & cons...thanks






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 01-18-2008, 13:33 Post: 150395
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Homier (of traveling hardware store fame) rebadges small Jinmas and sells them as FarmPros. Any implements they're selling that are wearing FarmPro decals will be Chinese as well. You get what you pay for.

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 01-18-2008, 13:49 Post: 150397
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Homier (of traveling hardware store fame) ....



I thought that was Mr. Haney?

He was on every episode of Green Acres I saw. Wink yeah right


Best of luck.






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 01-18-2008, 16:31 Post: 150408
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(pissst, pisst) Murf ol' boy, just becuz the TV show was seen all over doesn't mean it travelled by anything udder than the airwaves.

But again, I'm jis' sayin'






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 01-18-2008, 16:42 Post: 150412
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EW, trying to make a point are you? Smile kt






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 01-18-2008, 16:43 Post: 150413
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Somebody bump ol' Jeff'ry, apparently he's got a skip. Wink yeah right

Mr. Haney was a funny old fella with a very funny voice, he drove around door to door in an old stake body truck, he had a pull down window blind as a sign, and every week he was hucking something different.

Sheesh, some peoples just ain't got no edjumukashun at all!! Wink yeah right

See the link below.

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 01-18-2008, 17:50 Post: 150421
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Didn't he have a piece of string for a seatbelt on that old truck?






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 01-30-2008, 07:35 Post: 150936
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I bought a Farmpro bush hog, took it home and spent a couple of hours putting it together, only to have the blades hit the deck. I took everything apart, tightened every bolt on it (some of the gearbox bolts were loose by a couple of turns) and eventually figured out that the blades' holes for the pivot bolt were too big. Even as tight as I could tightened them, they're still shoulder bolts, so that didn't help. Took it back the next day.

Bought a LandPride bush hog and have been very happy with it. 'Course it was twice as pricey, but like Greg said, you get what you pay for (and sometimes not even that much).

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 01-30-2008, 07:46 Post: 150937
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'Course it was twice as pricey, but like Greg said, you get what you pay for (and sometimes not even that much).Best of luck,Mark



I have learned you will pay for what you get, you may NOT get what you pay for. kt






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 01-30-2008, 12:08 Post: 150958
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Very well put!






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