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Re: Woods after market FELs

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Mike M

01-15-2014 05:41:51

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Woods stuff is not all that cheap priced either.

I had a cub cadet compact and Woods built their loaders and backhoes at that time. I also had another Woods backhoe attachment and they were well built and worked fine.

Deere usually has one of the best setups for quick attach going. What model tractor ? You may luck out and find a good used loader for sale. Every so often I see one where someone bought a tractor and is selling the loader off it. Deere has a habit of discontinuing their mounting brackets for attachments for older units fairly quickly so if not much difference I'd get the Deere unit while you still can.

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wile E

01-15-2014 12:44:57

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 Re: Woods after market FELs in reply to Mike M, 01-15-2014 05:41:51  
The Deere unit is 3,300 the Woods is $2,600. I have been trying to find a used loader, but......Hard to come by.

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Mike M

01-15-2014 13:33:06

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 Re: Woods after market FELs in reply to wile E, 01-15-2014 12:44:57  
I have nothing against Woods equipment. But for $700 I'd go with the Deere set up. They usually have better quick mounting.

Maybe try and get your dealer to come down some and match the woods price.

What model do you have ?

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wile E

01-15-2014 13:38:06

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 Re: Woods after market FELs in reply to Mike M, 01-15-2014 13:33:06  
I got the 2305 compact. $3,300 is tough to swallow.

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mike m

01-15-2014 17:36:55

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 Re: Woods after market FELs in reply to wile E, 01-15-2014 13:38:06  
Hard to tell from a quick look on the net but a few things to check about are JD should have a very easy on and off system for the loader and bucket. Woods looks pinned on.

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wile E

01-16-2014 01:51:52

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 Re: Woods after market FELs in reply to mike m, 01-15-2014 17:36:55  
I have 2 prices from different dealers, $ 4,000 and 3,300. A buddy of mine called a dealer near him and they wanted $ 2,700..........This looks promising. (This would be the Woods loader)

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