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 04-01-2002, 19:00 Post: 36965
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 Farm King Implements What Do You Think?

I am seriously considering getting the 50inch 3 pt snow blower and 48 inch tiller. What do you think of the product? If you have had a good experience or bad I would like to know before I spend $2,650 of my hard earned $$$

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Tom






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 04-02-2002, 04:47 Post: 36977
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I've had good luck with a Farm King box scraper and Allied loader (they are both bands of the same company). They tend to be decent moderate cost and priced implements with basic features and acceptable durability. My dealer switched to Farm King as his supplier of after-market box scrapers because he preferred the 3ph-mount design to a previously used supplier. I don't know what other implements the dealer uses Farm King for, but he did recommend a Meteor snow blower, which also has worked out just fine for me.

I contacted. The company several times regarding my Allied loader and was impressed by the high quality of support provided. I haven't had occasion to contact them since before their acquisition by Buhler and I can only hope the quality of implements and support is unchanged. I guess that having no occasion to contact them in three years says something good about their equipment.

My original question was no big problem. I asked whether the use of 90-degree grease zircs on the upper loader arms that were extremely difficult of grease with ordinary equipment was standard. I had replaced the fittings with 45-degree ones that were much easier to grease. I think Murf asked the same question, and I understand that a tech note was generated. Anyway this seems a more positive story of owner interaction with a manufacturer than is often told. I hope nothing at the company has changed.






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 04-02-2002, 08:47 Post: 36983
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I bought their finish mower last year. My local JD dealer recommended it over the JD one. I looked at a number of brands at 3 different dealers and was impressed with the value and the heavy construction. It replaced a Landpride and I think it is as good a mower as it. Compared with the LP it was 1/3 less.






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 08-11-2002, 12:19 Post: 41160
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Made in Canada and well made. They are a bit pricey.






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