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Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510

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12-13-2013 18:12:03

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Have you priced one lately?

New Woods MDS1260 (mounted) 10 1/2': $9,500+. Drag type a bit more.

Land Pride slightly less.

Second Tier brands, perhaps $5,000 - $6,000.


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12-13-2013 18:23:46

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to Dean, 12-13-2013 18:12:03  
kodiak and howse less than 3000$ here. ( 2800$ )

there is a howse dealer the next city up.. it's where i got my 10 footer. kit will assemble as 3pt or drag type. When I bought mine a few ys ago.. it was right at 2400$ by the time tax hit it.. ( 2250$ etc.. )

Drive another hour north and there is a kodiak dealer. a lil more $.. and 3pt setup only.. but you can always leave the toplink off.

now them ones you mentioned are absolutely top tier.. same with a jd mx10 semi mount. big $$ on those.

heck.. you can get a howse 15' hog / copy of a flexwing for a bit more than the woods 10' you posted... that's scary!

I believe the farther north you drive.. the more stupid prices go... us people down here int he south are broke.. so they charge less.. :)

ps.. from howse/hico.. if you drop out of the hd cutters down to medium.. the price drops accordingly.

on ebay and machinery trader I found a woods for less than 4.. and a howse for 1890$.. both appeared lightly used.

i think they rip you northern guys off...

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12-14-2013 06:23:51

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to soundguy, 12-13-2013 18:23:46  
I shopped these recently in preparation for selling my MDS1260.

Looking at current tractorhouse (mag) now.

Land Pride RCF3610 $8,699, RCR2510 $6,299, Rhino, similar or a bit more.

The current issue does not have any Howse models but recent issues have. IIRC the low cost Howse 10" models were around $5,000+.

I bought a Woods BB840X HD 7" cutter (not the heaviest duty but, rather, the middle one) last fall for $3,890 (optional F & R chain shielding) when I bought my MF 2635, and thought that it was a pretty good deal. My preferred NH dealer, where I have very close contacts priced it about $300 higher.

Around here, onc cannot buy a Woods, BH or LP 6" cutter (except the low cost light duty models) for less than $3,000.

Prices of implements of all types have skyrocketed recently and continue to do so.


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12-14-2013 08:55:58

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to Dean, 12-14-2013 06:23:51  
I stumbled across the Howse ad and I was a bit high on these.

2013 Howse HD10DA (drag) $4,195.

All prices are off season, in stock units at Ky and TN dealers.


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12-14-2013 13:23:18

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to Dean, 12-14-2013 08:55:58  
and if you drop down out of the HD line.. the price drops into the high 2's and mid 3's.

they used to not make a medium and medium heavy 10'er but now they do.

I do not think they have a ld 10'er though.

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12-14-2013 19:24:33

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to soundguy, 12-14-2013 13:23:18  
Looks like the HD10DA is the least expensive 10 foot drag that they offer.


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12-14-2013 19:37:23

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to Dean, 12-14-2013 19:24:33  
i just looked up specs on a md10

most of their 3pt mowers can be assembled as pull type.

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12-16-2013 07:26:05

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 Re: bush hog 10 drag type 2510 in reply to Dean, 12-15-2013 05:49:29  
bump out of medium and into medium heavy ( i know.. why a light, medium, medium heavy and a heavy line ??? )

in the medium heavy line they have a pull and 3pt 10' 2 ver of each. w/ chains, without chains.

spec without chains and you save up to 500$

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