Topic: Re: Ford Reversable Scoop, Opinions please
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The Ford scoops are very good, better than you can buy today. I paid $175 for mine and find it very handy.
You will pay more for a new King Kutter but they are not as wello built.
I think $250 is not out of line for one. Of course I would try to beat him down to $200 or so.
Re: Ford Reversable Scoop, Opinions please in reply to Ultradog MN, 08-13-2013 04:21:39
|Mine is like Jerry's , it is not here , it is 170 miles away at my recreational; property . I think it is model 706 or something similar #. I've moved a lot of logs by backing under them chaining them to the bucket and lifting slightly & dragging them, also moved lots of dirt too, best implement I have. |
2N with 8N motor 8N345567
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