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 04-12-2001, 11:45 Post: 26627
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Box Scraper: Cheap version (Raleigh Mfg) at farm store, is it good enough for occasional use, or will the blades "waller out" the square tubing that they are mounted in? By contrast, Land Pride reinforces the tubing to carry the blades without as much slop and wear. Buy cheap for occasional use, or buy the good stuff?....And is there a place to buy the good stuff at discount, or will shipping eat up the difference vs. buying at a local dealer? Thanks.






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 04-13-2001, 00:39 Post: 26647
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Don, I have learned that it's always best, especially when dealing with implements to buy quality. It's better to buy used good stuff than cheap new junk. I bought a used Landpride boxblade at a rental equipment place for about the same price as a cheapy new blade. I'm sure the used Landpride will outlast a new cheap blade.






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 04-20-2001, 10:02 Post: 26972
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Any suggestions on good places to look for used implements? (Internet or other)
I haven't had much success with the board on this site.
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I'm looking for a small box blade or subsoiler to help break up my horse pasture...






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 04-23-2001, 05:49 Post: 27109
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Local dealers, newspaper want ads, and farm sales are good places. Many dealersí web sites list used tools, and pictures are often available. Most dealers will ship anywhere. The trouble with internet purchases is that you end up buying 'sight unseen' and transportation costs often wipe out a good price on used equipment--or the picture looks a lot better than the implement does. Posting equipment wanted ads on boards such as this might work out if somebody who wanted to sell lived very close to a buyer, but chances arenít great. There are e-auction sites, some of which specialize in farm equipment, but I havenít been too interested in the ones Iíve seen. Equipment lists are available for most farm sales, so you can tell if something wanted is there. However, auctions are like lotteries. You might get a bargain, but most times you drive an hour to look at something. Somebody else is bidding, and the bidding gets pretty close to a new price. At least around here, box scrapers at farm sales would be pretty rare. Landscapers use them but not many farmers have them--don't know why.






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